YouTube user Hickok45 has a contest where people send in their videos trying to emulate his style. I was going through them, and this video was too funny not to re-post! User willwood587 is hilarious! You'll get a better laugh if you watch some of Hickok's videos first.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
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I've been talking with Mr. Madhat about holsters for my North American Arms 22 Mini Magnum and Black Widow revolvers, and today I finally decided on a Micro Pocket holster for my Mini Mag. It's going to look something like this:
Before I ordered my holster, I asked Jason to tell me a little bit about how he makes them.
"All of my holsters are 100 percent hand-stitched," he says. "The only machine that touches any of them is a Dremel to clean the edges up with."
Using a 6-7 ounce heavy leather to ensure long life, Mr. Madhat stitches his holsters with a saddle stitch using simulated sinew for added strength.
"All holsters are individually hand-boned and shaped," he continues. "I have designed each of my holsters to be as unique as I can get them and still be as functional as possible."
As an example, the Earl holster is done in tan with boarder tooling. All of his cowboy western holsters are suede lined to protect your gun and give a higher quality look and feel.
If you're interested to learn more about Madhat holsters, go to Mad Hat Leather's Blog. There, you'll find out more about the company, the man and how to get yours.
Photo: Jason Smith