Bill Gelwick: I need to make one for my S&W SD40. I wish I had a friend who had all the equipment. ;)
TheIndianaOutlaw: Is this medium brown?
Herberth Solorzano: what type of machine are you using to sow it ?
crowleykirk: Oh yeah, great work:-)
crowleykirk: And take off watch:-)
crowleykirk: wear gloves and goggles when spraying:-)
Bak Draft: Great Video, Cheezy music...
LiveFreeAndBushcraft: Thanks for the vid. What's the make and model of that stitcher?
TheIndianaOutlaw: where can we buy herman oak leather in smaller sheets? like 12"x12"
TheIndianaOutlaw: what kind of stain are you running through your airbrush?
Nolan Gaudreau: What kind of sewing machine is this? And where would you get one? Thanks!
Lennon Allen: Lol nevermind
Lennon Allen: What kind of airbrush are you using?
Gurpyaara: i watched this vid like 8 times. beautiful work man.
Eric Adams: @CharlesWilliamOwens5 You can get airbrushes for very cheap, and very expensive, and anywhere in between. If you have a hobby shop close by, swing by and check them out. You can also order them online. Some people are very happy with the really cheap kits you can buy from places like Harbor Freight. Mine is a Badger 150 that I've had since maybe 1995.
Eric Adams: @pastthebrink The airbrush will give smoother coverage, and you can regulate the intensity of the color by spraying more or heavier coats. The swabs will dump on a whole lot of color, making it next to impossible to achieve lighter coloring.
Eric Adams: @alexcubanplayer Hi there - my airbrush is a Badger 150. I purchased it in the mid 90's from the hobby store, and it's still going strong!
Eric Adams: @Marc329 Thanks! It's a Tippmann Boss, available from tippmannindustrial.
Nice work. Can you tell me what kind of sewing machine you are using and where you got it?
Eric Adams: @hedgehog23 The dyes are Fiebing's Pro Oil dyes, and the colors are Light Brown (possibly Saddle Tan, but more likely it was Light Brown) with Black accent.