...hats off to you boys. I'll never complain about spending $120 again.
"You can do it your own way, if it's done just how I say."
Outstanding video. Thanks and I too, will never complain again.
Escape is not always the safest path.
Holy cow! I had no clue as to how much effort goes into a creating a holster. That was amazing to watch.
Wow. That was enlightening. Love the sped up sound of the hammer. Kind of like a mini-jackhammer.
"Never forget those who died. Never forget who killed them." - Pat Rogers
That was enjoyable to watch!
|posting without pants|
Holster making is rough.
There is a guy at work who makes very good stuff.
He actually did it as a hobby while getting sober...
That said, there are some excellent makers here that do very, very good work.
I can speak personally to BRL's work, as he made my off duty holster and 8 years later, it is still my "go to" and still as fine as it was when it was delivered.
If you need one, look him up. Whenever I ahve the money to pay him what it is worth, I will order a few more.
Strive to live your life so when you wake up in the morning and your feet hit the floor, the devil says "Oh crap, he's up."
|Do No Harm,|
Do Know Harm
Hell, it only took 25 minutes. I thought it was gonna be hard or something
Knowing what one is talking about is widely admired but not strictly required here.
Although sometimes distracting, there is often a certain entertainment value to this easy standard.
"All I need is a WAR ON DRUGS reference and I got myself a police thread BINGO." -jljones
|I Am The Walrus|
$120 for 25 minutes of work? That's over $240 per hour.
I prefer Nightingale Leather myself, have a few of his IWB holsters.
With the amount of time and materials put in, I wonder how these guys make a decent living doing it for $120. Years ago I was hesitant on spending so much on a holster with there being the mass producers out there. But after taking the chance, I understood how the quality of these holsters is a huge step above the mass producers.
When you find the right belt/holster combo, you won't even notice you're wearing a gun.
Sir, you have a very good skill set. I enjoyed watching this and will not complain about holster prices any more. Thanks for what you do.
|Eating, sleeping and boinking. Everything else is just Filler.|
The video was sped up quite a bit. I'm sure it was edited too.
Probably over 3 hours were spent making the holster.
Still a decent wage.
I love it here!
My Gun collection:
Too many to list. Lets just say that the zombies should look elsewhere.
Never knew there was that much involved.
Harry Callahan "A man has got to know his limitations".
Teddy Roosevelt "Talk soft carry a big stick"
I Cor10: 13 "1611KJV"
I couldn't stop watching. Thanks for sharing.
NRA Benefactor Life Member -- NRA Recruiter -- NRA Huntington Beach Members Council -- Owning a Sig means never having to say you are sorry.
Wow, enlightening to say the least. You're right about that, you get what you pay for. And for that you get a lot.
Lover of the US Constitution
Wile E. Coyote School of Gunsmithing
I've seen that one before he has several on youtube and they are all amazing. I recommend looking at the Sam Andrews holster making videos as well they are truly amazing they were made by Hank Strange.
It's kids like you, who make this bus late.
I really wish Roy Baker was still around.
Men who carry guns for a living do not seek reward outside of the guild. The most cherished gift is a nod from his peers.
well impressive work...very well done....
"Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you:
1. Jesus Christ
2. Our Military
One died for your soul, the other for your freedom.
The Republic will cease to exist when the government takes away from those who are willing to work to give to those who are not.
"This is what the Lord says: 'Stand at the crossroads and look; Ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.' " (Jer. 6:16)
Those Texans sure have fast hands.
Enjoyed the video.
A nation which can prefer disgrace to danger is prepared for a master-and deserves one. Ronald Reagan, 1964, quoted from Alexander Hamilton
|Powered by Social Strata|