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Old 10-08-2012, 12:34   #21
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Well, I just wasn't quite satisfied with it, so I modified it with a few tips I received. I enhanced the "combat cut" so I can get a full purchase on the gun for the draw. I removed the rivets and reshaped the edges and cut some excess off the trigger area. I also flared the opening slightly to help with reholstering. I replaced the leather spacers with ones I made from rubber tubing. I also beveled and slicked the edges of the leather and applied neatsfoot oil and edge coat along the perimeter. I'm really liking the way its looking now.
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Old 10-08-2012, 14:16   #22
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Wow! Those few steps made quite a difference. I noticed you lowered the position of your clips as well. You Done Good!!!
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Old 10-08-2012, 15:15   #23
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Well, I just wasn't quite satisfied with it, so I modified it with a few tips I received. I enhanced the "combat cut" so I can get a full purchase on the gun for the draw. I removed the rivets and reshaped the edges and cut some excess off the trigger area. I also flared the opening slightly to help with re-holstering. I replaced the leather spacers with ones I made from rubber tubing. I also beveled and slicked the edges of the leather and applied neats-foot oil and edge coat along the perimeter. I'm really liking the way its looking now.
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not here to bust your balls !!!
but next time fill in the ejection port with a wood stick you will see in time that the port will eat the kydex up ..
I fill it and add a small coffee stir for the Loaded Barrel Indicator ( LBI )
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Old 10-08-2012, 16:23   #24
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That's the thing about kydex, a little heat gun and problem solved. Thanks for the tip man
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Old 10-08-2012, 20:57   #25
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Nicely done!
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