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"I started working with leather in 1979. My Father was a big inspiration for me to start working in leather. He would let me dig thru his scrap box to find pieces of leather big enough to make key fobs and such. When Dad passed I was given his leather tools. Which I still have but no longer use. I just keep them safe. While learning the techniques needed to create good leather projects. I also got into shooting. But being from Arizona I always had a fixation with Single action revolvers. Which still runs deep in my blood. To the eastern folks there called cowboy guns. I also have a deep love for black powder arms. The Colts and Remington’s of the civil war era. Cap and ball pistols. After buying a few of these guns and not being able to find a good and durable holster that fit the looks of the gun, without costing as much if not more than the gun itself. I started designing and fabricating my own and realized that they were better than the modern hunting holsters. So I showed them off on The High Road forum and people started to ask me to make stuff for them. And here we are. Good product at a good price. My holsters are all over U.S. and even into Canada I take a lot of pride in my work. I take my time and do it right. I refuse to ship a holster that I would not carry myself. I am not going to mass-produce holsters so I can offer custom one of a kind pieces. Some are similar but no 2 are the same. And I take great pride in that."
 
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