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...hats off to you boys. I'll never complain about spending $120 again.


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Outstanding video. Thanks and I too, will never complain again.


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Holy cow! I had no clue as to how much effort goes into a creating a holster. That was amazing to watch.
 
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Wow. That was enlightening. Love the sped up sound of the hammer. Kind of like a mini-jackhammer. Smile


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That was enjoyable to watch!
 
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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.





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Hell, it only took 25 minutes. I thought it was gonna be hard or something Wink




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$120 for 25 minutes of work? That's over $240 per hour. Big Grin

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.


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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.
 
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$120 for 25 minutes of work? That's over $240 per hour. Big Grin

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.


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.




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Never knew there was that much involved.


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I couldn't stop watching. Thanks for sharing.

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Wow, enlightening to say the least. You're right about that, you get what you pay for. And for that you get a lot.




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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.


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I really wish Roy Baker was still around.


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well impressive work...very well done....


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Those Texans sure have fast hands.

Enjoyed the video.


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