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The Leather Shop / Re: Wickett & Craig vs. Herman Oak
« Last post by Marshal Will Wingam on Today at 12:40:59 AM »
I've bought from both and had equally good service from them.
The Leather Shop / Re: Wickett & Craig vs. Herman Oak
« Last post by Buck Stinson on Yesterday at 10:39:01 PM »
I've been  using  Hermann Oak leather in my business for over forty  years now.  I've  used W&C and they're  leather is also top quality.  I stay with Hermann  Oak,  because they don't  have  a  problem working with my special requests.  I buy only backs in the skirting and have it leveled to my specs.  I buy full sides in cartridge loop and money belt leather, which is also leveled to my specs.  I don't  worry about a minimum order, because I  never order less than five pieces at a time and usually much more.  Pricing between the two companies is very competitive.
The Leather Shop / Re: Will Ghormley?s patterns
« Last post by Dalton Masterson on Yesterday at 10:29:20 PM »
Sorry. He’s a photo of the belt lock I mentioned. Make it narrower and put it on the back of the body of the holster to keep the holster from rising.
The Leather Shop / Re: Howdy All
« Last post by Dalton Masterson on Yesterday at 10:14:54 PM »
Hello there old friend! I stop by once in awhile too. Glad to see ya.
The Leather Shop / Re: Wickett & Craig vs. Herman Oak
« Last post by Dalton Masterson on Yesterday at 10:11:39 PM »
W&C because they don’t have limits on number of sides and they will also split it to my spec at no cost.
Cosie's Corner & Feed Bag / Dutch Oven Gathering September 17-19
« Last post by Delmonico on Yesterday at 09:30:43 PM »
Due to my health and Covid restrictions we did not have our Dutch Oven Gathering last year at Rock Creek Station State Historical Park near Fairbury Nebraska.   We are on for this year, it is organized by my Facebook Dutch Oven Group but others are welcome.   It's a weekend of learning both modern and historical cooking with dutch ovens, this is one of the few dutch oven events where wood can be used to to restrictions on building fires in parks and bringing in outside wood.  I have been doing demonstrations there for over 20 years so I am trusted with fires and they have plenty of wood from work on the park.

I am just in the planning stages, if anyone is interested message me no matter if you want to observe, learn or demonstrate.   There is modern camping in the park, primitive period camps are allowed in the area we will be cooking.   There is no fee, non-demonstrators will need a park permit available at the office.   

The Barracks / Re: Metal shellholder
« Last post by DeaconKC on Yesterday at 08:44:01 PM »
Maybe copper pipe?
CAS City Classifieds / Re: WTB or trade for 38-55 dies
« Last post by DeaconKC on Yesterday at 08:42:08 PM »
I don't have them but my LGS does. Heber Gun in Heber Springs, AR. They will ship. 501-362-7000
RCBS dies
The Barracks / Re: Metal shellholder
« Last post by Abilene on Yesterday at 08:18:36 PM »
If someone showed up with one of those at a SASS match, they would have to waive the rule against metal lined loops.  ;D

They are very cool.  Someone more industrious (and with better tools) than I could probably build one.  I'm wondering if a box of Magech brass shotshells would make good donors to be cut up for the holders?  Or some sort of thin tubing.  Maybe the metal covers that used to go over vacuum tubes?
USFA CSS / Re: Stainless rodeo?
« Last post by yahoody on Yesterday at 07:52:59 PM »
No stainless Rodeos.

There were how ever China Camp guns that were shipped in the white.  Normal steel, with no finish.  I've seen more than one advertised as a "stainless" USFA.   Nice guns.  We still have a pair.  They are blue now.

USSFA wrote them up like this:
"The China Camp Cowboy Action Gun in our patented Silver Steel Competition Finish"

Total BS of course.
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