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Leather Whip Holster Indiana Jones Whip Holder Holster Accessories for Better Security Original Cow Hide Leather Whip Holder

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We pay very close attention to every leather item we make. Your item is guaranteed to be of the highest quality craftsmanship. My whip is a 12' 16 plait (a bit longer than Indy's), but this little monster does an excellent job of keeping it all coiled just the way I like it, exactly where I want it! Definitely some of the best money I've ever spent as an Afterthought... This whip holder strap made from Cowhide Leather is custom-made to attach the 'Indiana jones' Whip to the leather belt This whip holder is amazing! I've had a couple over the years, and neither could do the job. If this can hold my 9ft bullwhip, it'll definitely hold a 12ft bullwhip with ease. The construction is perfect and it holds the whip tight. I don't know if it'll hold if you're running, I have yet to test it, but if you're walking or standing around, it'll definitely hold in place. Highly recommend it! Have you ever tried to wear a whip on your belt? Well, I have. The first thing I noticed is that my whip wouldn't stay in it! Before I took five steps, the whip handle was dragging 8 feet behind me! Notthe way you want to look! The trouble is that whips are slippery devils and they're tapered to boot, whichmakes keepingthem rolled up securely is a real challenge.

Fortunately this is part of a custom display piece for my studio, so I'm not going to be "using" it as such. Loses a star for the snap. Genuine Leather products are an excellent gift for friends, family, and loved ones. Built to last a lifetime, this item will make a thoughtful, long-lasting gift for anyone and everyone There are a few ways to do a Whip Holster so the first step is deciding what would fit our needs the best. Personally I want something that can be taken on and off of a belt without uncoiling the whip. I also like for the whip to be held fast without flopping around too much, or the handle dangling along my leg, so It should hold the handle of the whip where its easy to grab. Just a little trivia(if you didn’t know). Harrison, apparently, used to put his gun/WHip belt thru his left hip pant loop to help with the ever-dangling WHip issues....it really helps!Open both snaps and pass one end of the holster over you belt and close the snap. Holding your whip to the holster reach through the coils to grab the strap and wrap it around the whip and then snap the loop closed. Now your ready to go tomb raiding, treasure hunting, or shrugging off a battle with a scimitar wielding bad guy who you're just going to shoot in which case your new whip holster can hold your whip right where its at. Setting these snaps takes a little finessing. If you take the punch in the snap setting kit and drive it straight down into the rivet, it will just crush it and it wont hold anything. To set the rivet of the snap you can start with one or two hard taps from the hammer straight down, but then hold the punch at an angle and tap it firmly with the hammer. While continuing to hold it angle an angle, move it in a circular motion around the rivet and keep hitting it with the hammer. This will gradually peen over the rivet in all directions. Keep doing this until everything is tight and the snap cant be rotated, that is how you'll know it tight enough.

All that is left is to set both sides of the snap for the loop in the holster that holds the whip. For this holster I want it holding the whip up near my belt, so the first part of the snap will be set in the belt loop. If you are going for a C shape you'll put it below the belt loop.The velcro keeps ripping loose from around the whip, and the snap closure is very difficult, only snapping at an angle. For this entire project you don't really need a ruler or tape measure because we are going to be sizing everything be eye as we go along. That being said this isn't the first one I have made so I know how big I want to make the loop for the belt, so I'll reference that measurement once we get to it. Also we wont be cutting the leather strap until we have everything to the size we need, no point in cutting it to any specific length until its almost done. With the first snap in place with can move onto its counterpart. This is where you'll want to have your belt handy. Wrap the strap around your belt and you can size up where the next part of the snap will go, mark it with a dot using your Sharpy or an awl. For mine I know I want it to be 4 and 3/4 inches on center from the first snap to fit my leather belt that is 1 and 3/8th inches wide. Using the same process we set the male side of the snap on the grain side of the leather. Punch the hole, position both of parts of the snap and then rivet it in place. With that done you now have the loop for the belt finished.

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