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    Boriqua Leather

    I would like to let you know of a quality leather goods maker in Arizona.
    He comes from a graphics background so he can really get creative when brainstorming.
    This is his main page Boriqua Leather

    And this is the butt cover that he made for my Marlin 1895 SBL T rex Rifle Butt Cover


    As you can see, he can make many things, quite beautifully, and probably some things that you have a need for that hasn't been thought of.
    He understands the important role of stitching in holsters, in that it's a major factor in weapon retention, so there are no sloppy or loose stitch lines in his work.
    Just check out the "gun holsters" link to see some really nice examples.

    This really nice work will not set you back a lot. He's retired and does this for fun, and doesn't take on every project that comes down the road.
    I'm guessing that currently, his lead time is about a month or a little less maybe, but that probably changes from time to time.

    So if you're looking for quality art that is quite functional, don't hesitate to contact Alex at Boriqua Leather. You will be surprised and how affordable quality is.
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    Thank you! Alex does excellent work.
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    Very nice.
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    No pricing given on his web site? I like the look of his 3" SP101 holster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor View Post
    No pricing given on his web site? I like the look of his 3" SP101 holster.


    jd
    These are most likely one of a kind custom jobs.
    He does do some premade stuff for common frames (glock, 1911s), I think they sell on etsy
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    Real nice leatherwork.
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