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After over 20 years of making leather goods, I am retiring from it... well, semi retiring.  My time is becoming more and more valuable to me.

I thought about turning the leather shop into a guest bedroom, but then why would I want guests to stay with me?  I'm a crotchety old man.  I don't want guests, especially ones that don't leave quickly.  This leaves with the leather shop still intact... so I guess I am semi retiring.

You won't be paying me to make you something.  You will be paying me to put my pipe down, make my dog get out of my lap, move from the fire, and actually work.  I won't do it unless I find the project interesting... and my Geronimo is willing to leave my lap.  There are no longer prices on the web page...  I wasn't cheap before, but now... well, you are paying me to come out of retirement.  


Pricing... the "what's it gonna cost me" page.
Plenty.  I'm retired... well, semi retired.

This fancy western stamping on this holster took 2 hours from start to finish. Just the stamping. There was lots of measuring, 6 different stamping tools, and over 300 individual stamps. A basket weave or dragon scale pattern... each individual weave or scale is one stamp. That's a lot of time, but the final effect... that final look when it is completed... I think is worth the time and effort, but really, it is up to you if you want to pay for it.  

Same with two-tone colors. It takes longer to do, and thus the price is higher, but again, the final effect is something truly stunning.

Firearm Holsters

Pouches, Magazine Pouches, Flashlight Holsters, and Belt Wallets

Knife Sheaths

Messenger Bags and Cases

Please see that page for pricing.

How long is it going to take?

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