Re: Whip Holster

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Posted by Max Schulte from on May 20, 1998 at 10:08:39:

In Reply to: Re: Whip Holster posted by Dan Borton on May 19, 1998 at 21:39:14:

: : It would be nice if you could provide more information on how to contact
: : the shop. The thing I made is pretty bad. I'm not sure if it can't
: : support a whip but well see that...

: : Anyway, how much did you pay for the strap and the whip holster? I'm
: : just curious because I paid quite a lot (about $15).

: : Regards,
: : -Max

: Max, The total came to 20 dollars for the strap assembly and whip holster. I forgot to ask him how much it would be separately. To be honest thought, I canít see it being more that $15.00 including shipping cost. You can find out for sure if you contact them. You might want to have them make those changes on yours, that extra Ĺ inch gives a little more space for holding the longer whips.

: Bordenís Boots and Leather,
: 33261 Ford Road
: Garden City MI, 48135.
: (734) 266-0360

: Ask for their Indiana Jones style Bullwhip holster strap. I found them very helpful, however another alliterative you could try, is having a local leather shop make it for you. Most of them that do custom work should be able to make it for you with out any problem, especially if you can show them a picture of what you want. Hope this Helps

: Dan

Thank you, Dan. I just printed this post so I'll have the address
ready. I'll contact the shop or look for a local leather shop if the
whip is too big or too heavy for my holster.

Regards & Thanks,

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