Thanks for all the compliments. If nothing else, I hope this thread has inspired a few people to try it themselves.
The pictures on page 3 are all I did for the Trailhawk. I would have liked to refine it a bit more, but he was shipping out for training so I didn't have much time.
I've been distracted by other stuff (read: lazy) and haven't done much with the holsters. I've given a few away, sold a couple, and messed around with a few different ideas, but nothing revolutionary.
I have a sawed off 16 gauge single shot that I want to make a rig for, I just haven't figured out exactly what type of rig I want. I'm thinking maybe a way to hang it on my back, or a low slung cross draw type holster on my left thigh. I'd like to incorporate some type of sling with it, too. It's not a weapon with any purpose or practicality, but it's a blast to shoot!
I'm giving some thought to enlisting in the Army, aiming for the 82nd, maybe eventually going to the 75th Ranger Regiment. That would open up a sizable market for my holsters, if I ever had time to work on them between deployments, training, and keeping up with a wife and two kids.