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This has been on the back burner since Christmas.

Finally got a chance to work on it and get it finished, I think it turned out pretty good.

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The holster and belt are from the "Hand of God" Rig from 3:10 to Yuma except I didn't want the same tooling and it is lined, the belt is also lined but with the rough side out so it wont slip around. The bullet loops, Holster loop, Chape, and billet are dyes a deep brown and the rest is an oil finish I also added conchos.

I really enjoyed making this rig and plan on doing a cross draw holster for when I get my other pistol.

Thanks go to my wife and kids for getting me the pistol for Christmas and to GT for the knife.

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Man is that puuuuurrrrddy!

Is the sheath just wrapped and tucked to make the belt loop? Or is it riveted or stitched in place?

 

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23 minutes ago, Ronald_55 said:

Man is that puuuuurrrrddy!

Is the sheath just wrapped and tucked to make the belt loop? Or is it riveted or stitched in place?

 

It is done like a a Mexican loop holster, the sheath is folded and tucked into itself to make the belt loop, no stitching or rivets.

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Looks like good work to me! If you don't have a sewing machine, I'd venture a guess that you have many hours invested in this rig.

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36 minutes ago, gregintenn said:

Looks like good work to me! If you don't have a sewing machine, I'd venture a guess that you have many hours invested in this rig.

I do have a machine but I used both the machine and hand stitching. The knife sheath, linings, chape and billet were stitched with the machine the holster body, and bullet loops were stitched by hand.

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That's a sweet job!  I think the way you did the tooling really captures a western look yet not overly done. Tastefully done to a Tee!

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that one is totally good looking.

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