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 on: Yesterday at 06:42:09 pm 
Started by Black River Smith - Last post by Cliff Fendley
You can add that little piece of welt to any pattern. Don't know if Will's pattern shows it or not. To my recollection every original Meanea holster I've seen has it as well as some of the other makers of the northwest area. The Al Furstnow rig I recent posted a picture of also has the small bit of welt at the top of the main seam.

 32 
 on: Yesterday at 06:38:20 pm 
Started by Pony Racer - Last post by Wildcat Will
I'll definitely be there for that one. 

 33 
 on: Yesterday at 06:14:42 pm 
Started by Black River Smith - Last post by Black River Smith
In 1990, I made two cheyenne holsters from a picture of one in a 1980's Cowboy Outfitters catalog or so I thought.....  They finished out a little wide because of my measurements and pattern design.  This was before Packing Iron was published.  Even after getting my copy of PI, I did not notice the small section of welt in the trigger guard area created by Meanea.  Then reading a posting in this forum about Meanea holsters and that welt, did I then go back an re-examine the photos closer.

The main question is --- does the Will Ghormley Cheyenne pattern utilize the welt?  If yes, does anyone know where to get a set of Will's patterns, new or used?  I have checked the internet all over.  One shop had the pattern for $14 with $18 shipping, that is not for me.

I have recently bought 5 of Will present pattern designs from Tandy and really like the final fit of his patterns.  That is why I would like his Cheyenne package but not for $30+.

An alternative question/request is --- can someone show a picture of the welt shape and its' length measurement?  With that and the Stohlman - " How to make Holsters" booklet, I should be-able to work it into one of Will's existing patterns or my redesign.

Any info appreciated.
Thanks

 34 
 on: Yesterday at 05:37:49 pm 
Started by half-hitch - Last post by Navy Six
If you go to "Darksiders Den" or "Storm" and look at previous posts over the years, you will find plenty of information from those who have shot Walkers--Colts, Ubertis, & ASMs. You can then decide if this is the right gun to start your blackpowder experience with. Wink

 35 
 on: Yesterday at 05:16:50 pm 
Started by what would you say - Last post by sixguns
I fell in love with those stag grips when I first came across the gun.  In my opinion, they are the best looking stag grips I have seen.

 36 
 on: Yesterday at 05:13:28 pm 
Started by sixguns - Last post by sixguns
Most USFA's I have seen have the three line patent date, but I have one in the 25XXX range with two lines.  Just a regular CC/DB 4-3/4" .45 Colt.  Did USFA use the two line date often?

 37 
 on: Yesterday at 05:10:30 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by sixguns
This thread makes me feel better.  I have 22421 with a cone firing pin, but the knurling I thought looked questionable.  According to the info above it is apparently USFA 1st gen hammer.

 38 
 on: Yesterday at 05:00:31 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by Pangaea
Yes sir, this learning curve can be expensive.  Good thing I don't love my money.

 39 
 on: Yesterday at 03:38:52 pm 
Started by Fox Creek Kid - Last post by Herbert
Some 1867 Spencers were cut for the long blade extractor but the serial number on your action makes this a oddity ,can you post a photo of the cut at the top of the action for the extractor.does your action show any sighns of  ever being a complete rifle ,I have a action with a serial number of almost 100 above your action that I am sure was never finished, but it was cut for the short blade extractor and came with the Spencer cut-off and short blade lower block with extractor,nothing else.These Spencer sporting rifle are a study in them selves ,would be interested on any imformation any one else has on these

 40 
 on: Yesterday at 03:37:49 pm 
Started by Crow Choker - Last post by Navy Six
Major, it was C. Jack Lewis who used to write about the old cowboy actors. I enjoyed his articles as it brought another dimension to the magazine. I also have been generally pleased with GOTOW over the years. I think Dennis Adler has been an asset and find his material well written and researched, and his contacts within the industry are a bonus.Since this is really the only "cowboy shooting" magazine left, I hope people support it so it doesn't go away like some of the other decent publications like SHOOT magazine. Then we will all be complaining that no one publishes this type of periodical.

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