Made my first holster yesterday.
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    Made my first holster yesterday.

    I was wanting to buy a supertuck holster but right now I can't swing the $100 for one. I thought I would make my own. I thought it turned out pretty good for my first holster. Only cost me $34 and I can make 2 more!!


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    Hell yah!!! That looks nice!

  4. Smile I want one

    I have a Glock 22 and I'm right handed. How much will you charge me?

    Rodney

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    Where do you live? I don't have a connection to a glock 22 though. My buddy has a 26 & 27. I don't know if they are the same as yours. Not a glock expert. It took me about 45 minutes to do. I'd say $45 + hardware. The belt loops are $2 and the screws are $3.50

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    Where did you get the plastic mold that the pistol slides into? I too can not spend $100 on one and really like the idea of making my own.

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    It's Kydex, the same thing the pros use. Its only $4 a 12" X 12" sheet. Heat it up in the oven then lay it over the gun and presto you have a half done holster. I made a vacuum box to help suck the plastic around the gun. Then I used a heat gun to get the hard to get areas.

    Just need to be good with your hands. Wear gloves the stuff gets hot!!! learned that quick.

  8. #7
    that is awesome! looks just like my supertuck! if i didnt just get a new replacement from them, id order one from you.

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    Is that black leather hard? How do you harden it?

    What tools did you use to get it to conform?
    When they "Nudge. Shove. Shoot.",
    Don't retreat. Just reload.

  10. That's pretty dam cool and inventive

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    Kudos for the budget rig. It looks very nice

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