We got holsters for the NEW Beretta M9A4! Several times choose from IWB, OWB, Shoulder rigs, ankle rigs, thigh rigs and even POCKET HOLSTERS…. 😹
We got holsters for the NEW Beretta M9A4! Several times choose from IWB, OWB, Shoulder rigs, ankle rigs, thigh rigs and even POCKET HOLSTERS…. 😹
We got a lot of new weapons and lasers in. Get your leather holsters and accessories now for them.
Ruger LCP MAX
STI Staccato- P
STI Staccato- C
Wilson Combat SFX9 and all the EDC models with or w/o compensator and red dot
Springfield Armory Emissary
How to measure for a Gun Belt?-MTR Custom Leather
Take a ruler and measure from the buckle end where the leather folds over the buckle to the hole that you currently wear it in to the nearest inch. On your new belt there will be 6 holes for adjustment–two holes (2 inches), then the center hole, and 3 holes forward (3 inches). If you are going to wear IWB holster, measure the belt with the holster and the gun for accurate belt measurement.
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MTR offers a wide range of custom belts manufactured in USA. Each belt is custom made to order by one of our leather professionals. MTR uses only the top grade leather to construct each belt. With heavy duty nylon stitching to resist wear, tearing and dry rotting. When choosing your MTR belt you will find many options to choose from: size, color, stitching color, stiffeners, hardware type and a few more depending on the belt type that one chooses. If you do not see an option that you are needing, than please feel free to call us (336)879-2166 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be glad to assist you!
Please make sure measure correctly. MTR Custom Leather, LLC belts are non exchangeable, returnable or refundable.
“Peace Maker” also known as Leather knuckles or thorns hammer. The Peace Maker is constructed with 4 pieces of 6-7 oz leather. Each piece is tightly compressed together with 30 tons of pressure and sewn with our heavy duty nylon stitching. Each Peace Maker has a professional slick edge to allow for a nice and comfortable grip in between your fingers. Constructed with only the best top grain leather to help with stand great force. The Peace Maker is meant to make peace and to function with purpose. There is no metal or plastic in between the layers of leather. So getting through security and metal detectors is a breeze! Get a piece and make the peace with the one and only Peace Maker.
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How to tailor a shoulder rig?About:
MTR Custom Leather shoulder rigs not only profound in concealment, function and comfort, they also accommodate changes in the user’s carrying routine. You can purchase individual horizontal or vertical shoulder holsters only to accommodate different handguns. A second holster of your choice can be added to the same shoulder rig to create a OO7 rig. All shoulder rigs comes with one holster, one double ammo pouch and ties for each.
Assembly:Verify contents of bag. Each shoulder rig should include: one holster, one double ammo pouch with tie downs on each. Check fit of your gun and ammo pouch, then break-in asneeded. Please follow the instructions on the back of your thank you letter for a guide to break in your leather goods.
Tie-downs are designed to anchor the shoulder rig components to your gun belt. Tie-downs are optional items and are used as a matter of personal preference. You can take on the attached tie downs by easily un-snapping the directional military snap (Refer to small instruction sheet on how to work the military directional snap). Tie-downs to connect ammo pouch to gun belt Tie-downs to connect holster to gun belt Tie-downs allows for the harness to stay in place when in movement.
Instructions: Put your empty shoulder rig on like you would a coat or, some prefer to put it on over there head like a t-shirt. The flexible swivel base plate located on the back of the shoulder rig with 4 screws should be centered between yourshoulders blades below the base of the neck. Make sure that the natural color side of the shoulder rig is against the body and the smooth color side is facing the outside. This will allow friction and stability of the shoulder rig on your clothing. Also, sweating or body oils will not affect the natural backing. It will actually allow for a more comfortable feeling. Insert the unloaded handgun and magazine/speed loaders in there pouch. Adjust the ride height and cant position of the holster and ammo pouch to the most concealable and comfortable fit for your body type. This adjusting process of the shoulder rig is critical; spend the time to get the correct correct fit. A rig that is set up in a hurried fashion results in a sloppy fit and compromised function. Many users find it easier to have another person adjust the shoulder rig for them while they remain stationary. This can be done by adjusting the screws on the each strap of the rig. Adjusting the the holster and ammo pouch consist of 2 straps each. To angle the rig, one strap may be higher than the other strap. Once it’s fitted correctly, remove shoulder rig carefully, trying to not alter the adjustments. Secure all hardware in place. Ensure that all screws are tighten snugly. Applying a small amount of clear fingernail polish to the threads will minimize screw back-out. Put shoulder rig back on and recheck all adjustments. When you are absolutely certain of all adjustments you may trim off excess leather straps length. Please consider the following:It often may require wearing the shoulder rig for several days before fine tuning is complete.Before permanently shortening the rig, keep in mind future use with seasonal clothing, body armor, weight fluctuations, etc.
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|The hides of large animals such as Cow are generally sold in the cuts indicated above. Sides are the most common cut of Vegetable Tanned Cowhide… and Double Shoulders are the most popular cut for the making of belts.||The hides of smaller animals such as Sheep, Deer or Goat are generally referred to as Skins and sold as whole hides.|
HOW LEATHER IS SOLD
Generally, leather is sold by the square foot or by the pound. When sold by the pound, the leather is weighed when shipped from our warehouse… per pound pricing usually applies to Skirting, Harness or Sole Leather. When leather is sold by the square foot, the hides are measured at the tannery and are usually sold in whole pieces. The actual square footage of each piece of leather will vary… no two pieces are exactly the same. The various cuts of cowhide are all sold by the square foot. Skins are priced by the square foot… but occasionally some skins may be priced by the piece (such as shearlings). Our large Saddle Skirting Sides are sold by the piece.
All leathers, except rawhide, go through a tanning process. The main tanning processes available are Chrome Tanned, Vegetable Tanned and Alum Tanned. Chrome tanned leather is tanned using soluble chromium salts, primarily chromium sulfate. Vegetable tanned leather is tanned using vegetable materials derived from tree bark and various other plants. Alum tanned leather is tanned with a colorless aluminum salt and is primarily used as lace leather. Other variations are Chrome Oil Tanned, where chrome tanned leather is treated with oil to help preserve the leather… and Retanned where vegetable tanned leather is simply retanned using chrome salts or chrome leather is retanned using a vegetable process.
|LEATHER SUBSTANCE TABLE|
Leather Terms Glossary
Aniline: Leather that is treated all the way through with transparent dye. The effect is applied by immersing the leather in a “dye” bath. Because the finish is transparent and shows the natural markings, only the best quality hides can be used.
Antiqued: Leather that is dyed with one color over another (usually darker over lighter) so as to create rich highlights and an artificialyl aged appearance. Also referred to as “distressed” leather.
Brain Tanned Leather: This leather is made by a labor-intensive process which uses emulsified oils extracted from animal brains, typically deer or elk. They are known for their exceptional softness and their ability to be washed.
Bridle: #1 US Cowhide, vegetable tanned with waxes and aniline oils added for outdoor wear. Has a smooth, waxy feel, with very smooth flesh side. Can be oiled or embossed. Drum Dyed after finish tanning, so may have a slightly lighter center than outside finish. Used for canine, equine tack and for high-end belts. Available in 5 colors : Black, Havana Brown, Chestnut, Saddle Tan and Medium Brown
Buffed Leather: Leather from which the top surface has been buffed by abrasion. Suede is an example of splits that have been buffed. Nubuc is an example of top grain leather that has received buffing.
Corrected Grain: Leather that has been buffed to remove blemishes, then covered with new artificial grain created by using pigments and other finishes.
Crust: Leather that has been tanned (treated to become nonperishable), but not colored or otherwise finished.
Distressed: Another term for antique leather.
Dosset: A dosset is a leather shape, many times referred to as a “double back.” It is basically a whole hide with the neck and belly portions trimmed off. Dossets are a popular choice for natural “oak tanned” leather for use in belts and straps. Dossets are normally large in size, up to 40 square feet, and will average approximately 76+” in length.
Drum Dyed: The process of coloring leather by tumbling it in a rotating drum immersed in dye. A very effective method allowing maximum dye penetration.
Embossed Leather: Leather that has been stamped or pressed with a design under a very high pressure. This can be a design pattern or grain texture such as alligator hide.
Finish: An enhancing effect applied to leather after it has been tanned. Examples are dyeing, embossing, buffing, antiquing, waxing, waterproofing and so on. A finish can also refer to the top coating that is applied to a leather surface to protect, enhance or seal the leather.
Full Grain Leather: Leather that has not been altered except for hair removal. Full grain leather is the most genuine type of leather, as it retains all the original texture and markings of the original hide.
Glazed Leather: Aniline-dyed leather which has been polished to a high luster by passing through glass or steel rollers under great pressure.
Glove Leather: Very soft leather that is typically used for gloves. This can be lamb, deer or soft tanned cowhide.
Grain: A word used to describe the natural characteristics of a leather hide, such as its pores, wrinkles, markings and texture.
Hand: A word used to describe the feel (i.e.: softness of fullness) of leather.
Harness: #1 US Cowhides, vegetable tanned and hot stuffed with oils and waxes for outdoor wear. The flesh side has a smooth, waxy finish. Hot Stuffed, then drum dyed, so Black will not be struck all the way through, and will have a semi-natural center. Used for heavy equine and tack items. Offered in Natural, Russet Tan and Black
Horse “Butt” Leather: This erroneous term is often used to describe the strips that are cut from horse leather in the production of shell cordovan. These strips are actually in front of the butt section of the horse hide. Prized for their low cost and durability, this leather is used for items such as baseballs, gun holsters and knife sheaths.
Latigo: #1 US Cowhide, vegetable tanned, then re-tanned with chrome and oils and for outdoor extreme wear. Leather is drum dyed, then oils and waxes added, so the color it all the way through the hide. Used for both canine and equine tack items, and many other uses. Offered in Burgundy and Black
Nap: Describes the soft, “fuzzy” effect achieved in leather by buffing or brushing.
Natural Grain: A leather that displays its original grain.
Nubuc: A top grain leather that has been buffed or brushed to create a soft, velvety effect. Differs from suede in that while suede is created from the flesh (inner or split) side of the leather, nubuc is created using the grain (outer) side, thus giving it added strength and durability.
Oil Tanned: Leather that is tanned or re-tanned using a variety of oils to create a soft finish and to make the leather more resistant to weather conditions. Oil tanned leathers are used mainly in the tack and shoe industries.
Patina: The aura or luster that develops in a quality piece of leather with age.
Perforated: Leather in which a pattern of small holes is stamped. Used mainly in automotive upholstery.
Plating: The process of pressing leather under a heated plate. Often used in upholstery leather to mask imperfections.
Pull-Up: Describes the behavior of leather that has been treated with oils, waxes and dyes in such a way that when leather is pulled or stretched, the finish becomes lighter and the underlying base color is more evident. Popular for upholstery, shoe and boot leathers as well as for luggage and handbags.
Rawhide: Rawhide is made by scraping the skin thin, soaking in a lime solution, then stretching it while it dries. Rawhide is stiffer and more brittle than other forms of leather. Its main uses are in production of drum heads and for saddle tack. Rawhide will stretch up to 25% when soaked in cold water then shrink back when dyed. Most rawhide is sold in the natural state “honey color” but can also be bleached to give a whiter appearance.
Re-Tan: A second finish process that is added over an underlying tannage.
Sauvage: A coloring effect created by blending two similar dyes to create a mottled or marbled appearance.
Semi-Aniline: Aniline leather to which a matching pigment layer is added to even out the color and add protection.
Shell Cordovan: A very dense, hard and durable leather produced from a small area on horse butt leather. It is oval in shape, tanned, stuffed, shaven and polished in a process that takes about 6 months to produce a piece of leather that is only about 1 – 1.5 square feet in size. Prized for its harness and durability.
Side Leather: Leather made from one-half or “side” of a full hide. Typically refers to top grain leather. Most saddle tack leathers are sold as a side leather such as bridle, harness, latigo, skirting and strap sides.
Split Leather: Leather made from the lower (inner flesh) layers of a hide that have been split away from the upper (grain) layers. Not as strong or durable as full grain leather. Typically this leather is milled and turned into suede leather.
Suede: Leather that has been buffed and brushed to create a “fuzzy” feel. Typically this leather is produced from splits that are dyed, then milled to create a soft hand.
Top Grain: Leather that the outer most layers have been left intact. Leather is considered top grain as long as the grain side in intact but some correction can be applied.
Two-Tone: An effect created by applying layers or contrasting dyes to a piece of leather in order to create a mottled or aged appearance.
Upholstery Leather: Leather crafted from a whole hide and intended for use of furniture, auto or aviation industries. Full hides are used to increase the cutting area for large cut patterns.
Vegetable Tanning: A method of hide tanning which utilizes organic materials such as bark instead of traditional chemicals. Sometimes called “Oak Leather” because oak bark is sometimes used in this process. Some tanneries will use chestnut or other types of bark in their tanning process. This method of tanning is considered to be more environmentally friendly than traditional chrome tanning methods. Vegetable tanning is the preferred method for leather that is used for carving and embossing. Most bridle, latigo, harness and natural strap leather are vegetable tanned.
Weight: A term used to describe the thickness of leather. Typically in ounces, irons or millimeters.
Wet Blue: Another term for Chrome Tanned Leather. This process was invented in 1858 using chromium sulfate and other salts of chromium. It is more supple and pliable that vegetable tanned leather and does not discolor or lose shape as drastically in water as vegetable tanned. Wet Blue leathers are the base leather for most oil tanned and bag leathers that are widely used in the shoe, luggage and accessory industries. One the leather hides have been processed into the Wet Blue state they can be shipped, stored and processed into others types of leather hides. Wet Blue or Chrome “Pearl” sides are also used in their wet blue state for gloves, work aprons and many other uses.
Whole Hides: Refers to leather created from a whole hide as opposed to cut pieces. Typically upholstery leather or hair on hides.