Bill Gelwick: Here is part two of the video series from +Eric Adams How to make a Custom
Leather Holster from a pattern - part 2 of 3.
Nolan Gaudreau: What kind of sewing machine is this? And where would you get one? Thanks!
TheIndianaOutlaw: where can we buy herman oak leather in smaller sheets? like 12"x12"
Bak Draft: Great Video, Cheezy music...
TheIndianaOutlaw: what kind of stain are you running through your airbrush?
LiveFreeAndBushcraft: Thanks for the vid. What's the make and model of that stitcher?
Eric Adams: @stevelinn442 Thanks! I made the pattern myself, but got the basic know-how
from the Stohlman holster book, as well as the good people over on the
Leatherworker message board. Patterns are pretty easy to make, once you
know the basics. I started making holsters probably a year and a half ago.
This started out as a hobby for me - making holsters for my own guns, then
other people started asking me to make holsters for their guns. :)
executivebodyguard: Do you take orders ? How much would one like this cost ?
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: @hedgehog23 Thanks! This was 8-9oz Herman Oak.
Eric Adams: @beEasy2011 Thanks for watching, and thanks for the compliments!
Eric Adams: @executivebodyguard answered via pm, but you can check out my website at
Eric Adams: @801revolutionary LOL! I was planning on doing a voice-over, but didn't
have a microphone at the time... :)
Lennon Allen: Lol nevermind
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!
Donnie Westbrook: I love Skillet in the background
Dillon Wyler: Wow that is one beautiful holster. I learned so much watching this series.
I had no idea you could work the leather to such detail. Very nice
Gurpyaara: i watched this vid like 8 times. beautiful work man.
steve m: I want to make a holsters for my guns as well as my friends, thanks for the
input your video was a great help.
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.
hedgehog23: Great thanks for the response. The Colour scheme on this holster is great,
mind sharing the product and colours?
Eric Adams: @gswiaczny It's a Tippmann Boss - hand powered, sews up to 3/4" thick
leather. Works great, but I'm wishing I'd bought a powered machine instead
(for belts, and so I can hold the leather piece(s) with both hands while I
hedgehog23: great set of videos, question. what oz of leather did you use on this great
Lennon Allen: What kind of airbrush are you using?
AdmSlc: you are allowed to talk during the demonstrations.. I won't tell anyone..
alexcubanplayer: Could you please tell me what brand and where did u get the spray-gun, I'm
having a hard time finding a small one like that...Excellent video and
beautiful holster, I havent tried to make one but I do work with leather
sometimes as a hobby..thanks...
Eric Adams: @801revolutionary Thanks! Yes - you can check out my website for more
information at adamsleatherworks
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
Eric Adams: @Marc329 Thanks! It's a Tippmann Boss, available from tippmannindustrial.
steve m: Great video I want to try it myself, were do you get the templates? I have
looked but haven't found any. Beautiful holster,how long have you been
making holsters? thanx steve s.c.
AdmSlc: @particlerealities you make amazing holsters.. Do you sell them?
Marc329: Hi, Nice work. Can you tell me what kind of sewing machine you are using
and where you got it? Thanks.