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Mark Collins Leather

Featured Tippmann CustomerName:Mark S. CollinsAddress:Festus MissouriWebsite: www.leathercraftsman.comWhat does your company do with leather?Actually I do not own a company based in the leather industry. I own and operate a web site dedicated to the leather industry and driven by my love of the old west, leather craft and family history. In today's world with a [...]

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John Mecham Razor Renew

Featured Tippmann CustomerCompany:Cosmic Bargains LLCName:John MechamAddress:385, 2040 S. Alma School Rd.Chandler, Arizona 85286What is your product?Razor renew is a product that will extend the life of your razor blade --- disposable, and the more expensive ones that you just change out the razor blade head.When do you sharpen your razor blade?Anytime your razor is not [...]

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Impact Picks

Featured Tippmann CustomerCompany:Task MachineName:Dave JefferyAddress:Task Machine Inc.1685 Selby AveSt. Paul, Mn. 55104Website:www.impactpicks.comWhat is your product?We are a guitar pick manufacturer. We make labels for our guitar picks line with it. Modified with a table that has linear slides, it makes it easy for us to load and unload the labels after cutting. A perfect [...]

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Michael Kole Custom Leather

Featured Tippmann CustomerCompany:Michael Kole Custom LeatherName:Michael KoleWebsite: www.MichaelKole.comContact Info:PO Box 2251Cheyenne, WY 82003Phone: 970-819-4465Email: mchlkl@yahoo.comMichael Kole's Story:Although I've designed numerous hand bags, brief cases, belts, even coasters and placemats, my primary line of work, however, involves production of weapon holsters. I've designed custom concealment, western and range carry holsters which are all specific to make, [...]

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Fly'n-O-Saddlery Ron A. Ostrom

Featured Tippmann CustomerCompany:Fly'n -O- SaddleryName:Ron A. OstromContact Info:258 Lane 10Powell WY, 82435What is your main product line?My line consists of mainly 2 products. The first product line is Custom Saddles and the second is custom saddle trees. I do dabble a little bit in saddle bags, breast collars and pack saddles.Where and under whom did [...]

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Green Man Leather

Featured Tippmann CustomerCompany:Green Man LeatherName:Stephen O'CeallaighContact Info:10 Dufferin St, Caledon EastOntario, Canada, L7C 1K647-637-5229What does Green Man Leather do?Green Man Leather originally began making custom orders of knife sheaths and small pouches, I grew to making premium quality belts. I then branched out into conducting leather workshops for youth in social services and teach an [...]

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K.D. Holsters

Featured Tippmann CustomerCompany: K & D HolstersName:Kevin ManleyContact Info:PO Box 4192Plant City, FL 33563Website: www.kdholsters.comWhat does K & D Holsters do?At K&D Holsters, we primarily offer high quality custom leather holsters and related accessories. These products are geared for conceal carry. We also offer a myriad of other products, to include: rifle slings, knife sheaths, [...]

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Creative Leatherworks

Featured Tippmann CustomerCompany:Creative LeatherworksName:Leslie PolkHow did you get into leathercrafting?I first got into the leather crafting business, by building custom knife sheaths for my husbands company, Polk Custom Knives.How do you market your business?We are currently doing all of our business over the internet and by phone, but we are in the planning process of [...]

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Mark Tucker

Featured Tippmann CustomerName:Mark TuckerHow did you get into leathercrafting?I’ve been doing leather work off and on for over 25 years. My grandfather was a Boy Scout leader/scout master and he did leather work. I may have picked it up there.How long have you had your BOSS?I’ve owned the “Boss” for just under a year. I [...]

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Richard Salsbury

Featured Tippmann CustomerName:Richard SalsburyHow did you get into leathercrafting?Like many others I suppose. I started "dabbling" in it, while in Boy Scouting. Assisting at the leather crafting area of the summer camp programs. Did not really get serious about it until I had to retire due to health issues and disabilities from Agent Orange Exposure [...]

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