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Old 06-30-2014, 11:33 PM   #1
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A couple of weeks ago I posted that I had got ripped off by one of our FTF brothers . I said that I had paid for a custom holster for a new gun I had bought . Today , I got a package with a beautifully hand crafted leather holster with a note and explanation and so sorry it took so long .

Some times things in life overwhelm us and believe me , I absolutely understand how life can throw the old curve ball and reek havock upon anyone of us .

I was wrong and he is a man of his word . Texans woodworker was the gentle man that I spoke of . I was wrong , and had to tell you all that I was wrong !

The holster is finely hand crafted and will be proudly and publicly worn . When I could not contact him I assumed the worse . He had good reason and I guess I should have been more patient . My bad ! I will happily in the future be honored to do business with him again . His note explained everything and to set things right , I had to let you all know , he is a man of his word !

Tex , my deepest apologies , I should have not jumped the gun and I am sorry for doing so . It is just that I could not contact you for so long , I thought the worst .

I love my new holster and will use it with great pride ! You are a craftsman of the highest quality !


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Old 06-30-2014, 11:46 PM   #2
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Thank you for clearing his name. That was so good of you. I would like to see a pic of the holster. I'm glad everything worked out.


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It's like the finest quality belt leather and will take some breaking in time . The reason it is so wide is to accommodate the the green , red dot site I have on the pistol . It came with full break-in instructions , truly professional . Top shelf no doubt ! here you go winds !
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Glad everything worked out! Sometimes life throws some odd pitches. And thanks for posting the resolution.
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It's like the finest quality belt leather and will take some breaking in time . The reason it is so wide is to accommodate the the green , red dot site I have on the pistol . It came with full break-in instructions , truly professional . Top shelf no doubt ! here you go winds !
Very nice. Simple beauty. It looks like it will last forever.
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It is very stiff and well made so I will have to break it in !
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This is why it's so wide........!
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Well done. Everybody loves a happy ending. 👍


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Good show, old man.
We've all jumped the gun at some time in our lives. It's a real man, or woman, who stands up and admits it when warranted.
Way to go.



Nice holster, too.
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You're top notch Dango.


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