Home Made 1911 Pancake Holster in Elephant Hide
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    Home Made 1911 Pancake Holster in Elephant Hide

    I always wanted an elephant hide holster for my 1911s with ivory grips. I have always enjoyed making things, so I made this one with black elephant hide on the front and deer skin on the back to help keep the holster in place. It is not perfect, but I am very happy with it. I used a Tippman Boss leather stitcher to sew it.
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    Very nice,thanks for sharing.BW
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    Very nice

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    Nice job! It looks comfortable.

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    Thanks for the comments. I have been wearing it around the house to break it in a bit. It is comfortable and was very gratifying to make myself.


 

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