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1911alltheway

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1911alltheway last won the day on May 14 2018

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About 1911alltheway

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    eaglecreekgunleather.com

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    Leather Worker

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  1. 1911alltheway

    A work of Art....

    Thank you for the kind words GT. This was a fun project and a challenge. I had been wanting to do something with knot work on it for a while now so I was pleased when you asked me to do this sheath. You definitely keep me on my toes with the beauty of your knives. and let me just say this was an impressive knife, who ever gets this is definitely getting a work of art. I had to fight everyone off as I was working on it as everyone that saw it was drawn to it, LOL.
  2. Just thought I would post a couple pics of the G19 holster I'm getting ready to send out. This one is a left hand draw OWB Thanks for looking
  3. I have a few holsters for sale. These holsters are new and ready to ship. I usually don't premake holsters but occasionally I will make some up to get pictures. I make my holsters out of the finest Hermann Oak Leathers and hand-bone and precisely mold to fit the firearm perfectly.(Not a one size fits all holster.) The holster is a modified pancake design with a reinforcement panel. This style holster is extremely comfortable and conceals better than any other holster design as the spacing between the belt straps allow for a flatter profile and more comfort, even with larger guns. Most any gun can be completely concealed under a loose-fitting T-Shirt. Holster body is contoured to the shape of your hip and features a rear leather guard around the back of the gun so that it does not dig into your side. It is canted to be worn in the 3:30-4:00 position for best concealment. Belt loops have black Pull The Dot snaps and fit a 1 1/2" belt. The first on is for a 1911 Micro with a 3" barrel. The second one is for a 1911 Commander. Price is $85.00 each shipped to your door. I also have the same style holsters for a Beretta NANO, Springfield XDs, and a Kel Tec PF9. Thanks for looking.
  4. 1911alltheway

    GT made Bowie Fighter

    I'm glad you like the sheath. You have a gorgeous knife there. Its always a challenge to make a sheath to compliment GTs knives.
  5. 1911alltheway

    Playing around with a new holster design

    Thanks for the compliments. I think it turned out pretty good, and thanks to GT for getting me started in the heavy distressed look, I've done a few sheaths and holsters like that and its becoming one of my favorite looks. Now to make a mag pouch to match
  6. I haven't posted anything in a while as I've been busy remodeling 2 houses so I thought I would post a couple pics of a new design I have been working on. This one is for a Springfield XD Mod2 9mm sub compact cross draw. I decided to do my heavy distressing on this one.
  7. 1911alltheway

    Anybody on here make leather holsters?

    I can make you one if I can find a mold for it, or find someone local who will loan me a pistol to do the molding. My average price for a OWB pancake holster is $80.00 for a basic molded holster.
  8. 1911alltheway

    GP100 holster recomendations

    PM sent
  9. 1911alltheway

    My new Knife from Grand Torino and sheath

    Thank you. The wood is actually book matched Ironwood the pictures just don't do it justice. GT's work keeps impressing me the more I see it, I own and have owned a lot of knives and for the money GT makes a better knife.
  10. 1911alltheway

    New to TGO

    Welcome to Tennessee and TGO.
  11. 1911alltheway

    My new Knife from Grand Torino and sheath

    Thanks every one, GT makes some really nice knives and its always a pleasure to make a sheath that compliments them.
  12. Just thought I would post up a couple pics of my new knife I got and the sheath I made for it. The knife of course was made by Grand Torino, book matched Ironwood scales with copper liners and pins. I felt the knife deserved a special sheath that would hopefully match it looks, so I got to designing, and this is what I came up with... The sheath is made as more of a high ride. I used a 1 Oz copper Gadsden coin to compliment the copper in the handle along with some distressed tan ostrich leg inlay, then dyed it black to set it all off. I think it does the knife justice. Thank you Grand Torino for the beautiful knife, I hope the sheath does it justice.

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