Try a Dollar Store, or a craft store. Mine is a pretty basic small-stick type and is useful for many craft projects. We don't use it often, but when there is a small thing needing sticking, it's there.
Has anyone designed or built one? I'm looking to make a simple and inexpensive one which will hold a Thompson and a pump shotgun with a box for one pistol and accessories. I thought of using a simple hand truck as a base. The cost of pre made carts and even the kits is very high. I'm looking to keep the cost low and no, I won't use a jogging stroller!! Any help is appreciated.
Them Biscuits look delicious, All they need is some sausage gravy on them. Moose is taking Victoria to the Park this morning. The Baseball diamonds are still soaked and too wet to play on. I Will figure out something for Breakfast when they get back.
Thanks, Major 2. I just finished watching a video on how to load a BP revolver. Quite and ordeal. How long does it take from one round to the next? I'm guessing there's some clean up in between loading another 6 rounds. Do you use the Crisco? I think I'd probably just go for the finished gun.
A pocket for the trigger guard is all the welt does.
As Chuck said the short piece of leather is a little hard to hold on to in order to skive it so I usually make it a little longer, glue it to the front part of the holster according to how long I want the welt and then cut off the excess and finish to the top edge of the pouch before folding and sewing to the back part. It looks a little more 'finished' at the top that way too.
I don't know if that explanation is understandable, hope it helps.