Was out in the woods most of this week packing my .500 S&W BFR revolver. I made a western rig holster which hangs pretty low and wiggles around. So, I decided to make a more modern holster which will ride almost 6 " higher on the side. I started at 8 am and finished it up at 1:30 pm. Made a buffalo nickel snap and made a two-tone holster. It now rides really nice on the waist and has little movement when walking. I have a cowboy type sewing machine hand lever operated. As another note a friend has a horse and his bridal needed repair and could not find anyone to fix it locally. I told him bring it by and I will take a look. I actually made a brand new one using the existing hardware he will be sending me a pic of the bridle on his horse.