Leather Rifle Sling, Padded with Thumb Strap, Made in USA

Saturday, January 23rd, 2021
Leather Rifle Sling, Padded with Thumb Strap, Made in USA

Leather Rifle Sling, Padded with Thumb Strap, Made in USA

Leather Rifle Sling, Padded with Thumb Strap, Made in USA

New All Leather Rifle Sling. A Full 3/4 Commercial Padding. Quick Adjust, No Tools Required. This is one of the finest leather rifle slings available on the market today. You’ll love the ease of adjusting for the perfect fit, the suede backing holds tight to your jacket or shirt. The extra thick padding adds lots of comfort. The thumb strap and 3/4 padding makes carrying your rifle a breeze. We’ve been making leather rifle slings for 20+ years, it’s what we do, it’s all we do. The item “Leather Rifle Sling, Padded with Thumb Strap, Made in USA” is in sale since Thursday, November 12, 2020. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Range & Shooting Accessories\Slings & Swivels”. The seller is “leather-rifle-slings” and is located in Menifee, Arkansas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Features: Padded
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Material: Leather
  • Model: Hunter
  • Brand: Traildust Leather Co
  • Color: Tan
  • Type: Rifle Sling

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

Thursday, January 21st, 2021
American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5

This is the REAL DEAL! Genuine American Alligator belly hide from wild harvested gators……. All pictures taken in natural sunlight of the same belt…… Gator colors & hues vary as to the light & angle of the light….. This is Safari Peanut Brittle. Peanut Rifle/long gun sling, made from wild American Alligators. Adjusts from 35″ to 41″. Pad is 13″ long and 2.3-3″ wide. Very nice, all American made item. Looks better in person as my flash creates a lot of glare. These gator products exponentially out wear & out last cow leather and are greatly admired by those who see them. It is an attention getter. Excellent graduation, promotion, sales incentive or Mother’s Day gift item for the sharp dressed professional. Support Southern wetlands conservation for all wildlife by purchasing this unique item. Feel free to make a REASONABLE offer on this item that’s already price below fair market wholesale. Due to my vertical operation, I can price these first class premium items way below the market. It’s already a bargain………. Many items on E-bay are mis-labeled or mis-categorized as American Alligator when they are indeed caiman from South America. Caiman is an inferior leather when compared to Genuine American Alligator. The difference is easy to spot as caiman leather has a “sand dollar” pattern throughout it’s hide whereas alligator does not. The “sand dollar” pattern is calcium deposits; ie bone. Aside from the obvious visual pattern that’s easy to spot as it stands out like a sore thumb, the calcium makes the leather difficult to work with as bone is not flexible nor can it be sewn. Through the decades, Genuine American Alligator has long held a superior reputation and price points in the worldwide exotic leather market, a place that others, notably caiman often fraudulently wish to mimic as Genuine Alligator routinely commands the pinnacle prices of leather products due to it’s availability (very limited & tightly controlled) elegance, durability and desire of a privileged clientele who simply wish to own the best. ” Add the environmentally sustainable story along with the “recovered from the brink of extinction effort and you are left with a truly unique, exciting, beautiful and interesting product. I apologize for this however there are a few countries that make it very difficult to conduct business as they do not conprehend the CITIEs Trade agreements or have not ratified them. When you’re ready for the hunt of a lifetime, please visit our website. If you seek a unique gift, please visit our selection of elegant alligator leather products. For complete information on us, gator hunting and related information, visit GatorGuides. Com. Its harvested under strict government regulation in the Southern United States via either wild harvest (trapping, public hunting, nuisance removal) or farming, all conducted under sustainable use conservation principals. Due to its finite & tight supply, popularity by fashion designers and classic appeal it will always be a high demand, high price tiered premium product; however, many consumers of alligator leather products often use the same products for the rest of their lives as the leather is extremely durable & its products classic in design & never go out of style. Often, inferior items are marketed to mimic the alligators prestigious market position. (Its against US law to claim alligator or mention alligator when its not genuine American alligator) The most common is faux or embossed leather. When either of these words are honestly used, it means the product is not gator but another material (cow leather, plastic, vinyl) printed in the pattern of gator scales in a redundant manner (The pattern repeats itself). A good quality faux or embossed item may look close to genuine alligator but its not as durable and will deteriorate long before genuine gator. Another inferior knock off found attempting to hide behind alligators elegance is the Caiman of South America. A Caiman is a crocodilian species thats very common in the wild and also common in the market place. When you compare genuine alligator next to caiman, you will notice the caiman has a sand dollar pattern in the larger scales found on its belly. These sand dollar ridges are composed of calcium deposits, the same material bone is composed of. These calcium deposits, depending on their density, are not leather but bone. As such, they are not as pliable as alligator leather or the flank leather found on a caiman. Additionally, since the ridges are bone, they do not absorb the chemicals need to tan or color the material, so they always appear whitish to the eye. Africa, Indonesia and Australia all are producing farm and wild crocodile. Genuine crocodile leather is close in appeal and quality to alligator leather however; its sources may not be as regulated. When compared side by side, the larger belly scales of alligator leather will have a crows feet look at one end of the scale. On croc, they dont have the lines of the crows feet but have a round, single dot instead. This is the easiest method to determine the type of animal that produced the product. With alligator hides, there are many grades and quality levels of the materials used in products. Green alligator hides are graded by the holes produced by either the gators life experiences (fighting, sliding over rocks) or the skinning process. Scars from its lifes experiences and buttons due to its age or diet will detract from its grade & value. A button is a calcium deposit in its scale similar to those found in the caiman. Large older, wild gators often have from a few to many buttons. Later in the process, after the hide is cured, tanned & dyed, it is often shaved thinner in order to make it slightly easier to work with. This process will also produce holes in the hide, further devaluing the hide and forcing it to be used in smaller products such as wallets or shoes rather than purses, briefcases or furniture. Alligator leather is an extremely tough leather to work with. It will often destroy needles, machines and the like that are normally used in conjunction with other leathers, often limiting the number of craftsmen, designers and artists willing to work with it thus adding to the final cost of products. Another drawback in working with alligator is correctly and intelligently utilizing the beauty and appeal of its natural scale pattern. Similar to a diamond, each hide has its own unique scale pattern which must be considered before the hide is cut into patterns for products. Failure to maximize or making the wrong cuts can ruin the hide or result in less valuable products being produced from a superior hide. Think along the lines of a cow. If the butcher uses a prime Angus beef cow for strictly hamburger because an amateur made the lowest value cuts rather than higher profit cuts as prime rib, filets and the like, the market value of the finished product has been greatly reduced. Once the alligator hide is tanned, it can be dyed or colored. The classic colors are black, brown and peanut. Depending on the market, other colors may be in demand but usually they come and go (as in fads) but leave the classics as a consistent base. Classic finishes are safari or matte and high gloss. With the tanning process, each and every scale has a unique quality and thickness, thus producing a uniform tan or color set across the hide is not an easy feat to accomplish. For the safari or matte finishes, uniformity is more easily achieved. For a uniform high gloss finish, a higher grade hide is often needed. In the real world, the high gloss finish is usually used in the manufacture of high fashion, high end items with the matte or safari finish most often associated with daily wear casual items. A common, lower priced product found on the market consisting of genuine alligator is the horn back hide or cut. Normally, the horn back is discarded since it consists of osteoderms or scutes. These scutes are bones that plate the back of alligators & crocodiles and are part of their ancient armor system that protects them. As discussed above concerning the calcium in the skin of the caiman, these scutes do not tan very well as the bone does not absorb dyes. While many attractive products such as belts, boots, wallets, shoes and purses may be made from the horn back cut, they must come from small alligators due to their lack of elasticity and are not considered to be within the family of the Classic products produced from alligator leather. While horn back products have a market following, its most often associated with the independent, individual American biker grade group of products. With alligator hides, the quality level affects the final products price. While smaller quality items may be produced from greatly flawed hides, larger items such as purses, briefcases, luggage and furniture must be produced from the less common, more expensive higher grade hides. (Larger hides with fewer holes, scars or buttons) This results in the larger the product, the higher grade hide that must be used in its manufacture thus the higher the retail price and the more limited is the products availability. I hope this assists with understanding the pricing structure and market availability of genuine American alligator verses the inferior wanna bes and the lesser grades of alligator hides. He also owns HighClassic Alligator Leather Products. Prior to his involvement in the alligator industry, Capt Walters spent decades in the beverage alcohol industry as a sales representative, wine consultant and sales manager. He is as well versed and competent in both the swamp to produce a gator and the jungle otherwise known as the market to sell a finished, high end product. Our motto: Support American Craftsmen! The item “American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA5″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 19, 2021. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Range & Shooting Accessories\Slings & Swivels”. The seller is “southnjent” and is located in Tampa, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Material: Genuine American Wild Alligator Leather
  • Type: Rifle Shotgun long gun Sling
  • Color: Peanut brittle
  • MPN: none
  • Brand: HighClassic Inc.

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

Wednesday, January 20th, 2021
American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6

This is the REAL DEAL! Genuine American Alligator belly hide from wild harvested gators……. All pictures taken in natural sunlight of the same belt…… Gator colors & hues vary as to the light & angle of the light….. This is Safari Peanut Brittle. Peanut Rifle/long gun sling, made from wild American Alligators. Adjusts from 35″ to 41″. Pad is 13″ long and 2.3-3″ wide. Very nice, all American made item. Looks better in person as my flash creates a lot of glare. These gator products exponentially out wear & out last cow leather and are greatly admired by those who see them. It is an attention getter. Excellent graduation, promotion, sales incentive or Mother’s Day gift item for the sharp dressed professional. Support Southern wetlands conservation for all wildlife by purchasing this unique item. Feel free to make a REASONABLE offer on this item that’s already price below fair market wholesale. Due to my vertical operation, I can price these first class premium items way below the market. It’s already a bargain………. Many items on E-bay are mis-labeled or mis-categorized as American Alligator when they are indeed caiman from South America. Caiman is an inferior leather when compared to Genuine American Alligator. The difference is easy to spot as caiman leather has a “sand dollar” pattern throughout it’s hide whereas alligator does not. The “sand dollar” pattern is calcium deposits; ie bone. Aside from the obvious visual pattern that’s easy to spot as it stands out like a sore thumb, the calcium makes the leather difficult to work with as bone is not flexible nor can it be sewn. Through the decades, Genuine American Alligator has long held a superior reputation and price points in the worldwide exotic leather market, a place that others, notably caiman often fraudulently wish to mimic as Genuine Alligator routinely commands the pinnacle prices of leather products due to it’s availability (very limited & tightly controlled) elegance, durability and desire of a privileged clientele who simply wish to own the best. ” Add the environmentally sustainable story along with the “recovered from the brink of extinction effort and you are left with a truly unique, exciting, beautiful and interesting product. I apologize for this however there are a few countries that make it very difficult to conduct business as they do not conprehend the CITIEs Trade agreements or have not ratified them. When you’re ready for the hunt of a lifetime, please visit our website. If you seek a unique gift, please visit our selection of elegant alligator leather products. For complete information on us, gator hunting and related information, visit GatorGuides. Com. Its harvested under strict government regulation in the Southern United States via either wild harvest (trapping, public hunting, nuisance removal) or farming, all conducted under sustainable use conservation principals. Due to its finite & tight supply, popularity by fashion designers and classic appeal it will always be a high demand, high price tiered premium product; however, many consumers of alligator leather products often use the same products for the rest of their lives as the leather is extremely durable & its products classic in design & never go out of style. Often, inferior items are marketed to mimic the alligators prestigious market position. (Its against US law to claim alligator or mention alligator when its not genuine American alligator) The most common is faux or embossed leather. When either of these words are honestly used, it means the product is not gator but another material (cow leather, plastic, vinyl) printed in the pattern of gator scales in a redundant manner (The pattern repeats itself). A good quality faux or embossed item may look close to genuine alligator but its not as durable and will deteriorate long before genuine gator. Another inferior knock off found attempting to hide behind alligators elegance is the Caiman of South America. A Caiman is a crocodilian species thats very common in the wild and also common in the market place. When you compare genuine alligator next to caiman, you will notice the caiman has a sand dollar pattern in the larger scales found on its belly. These sand dollar ridges are composed of calcium deposits, the same material bone is composed of. These calcium deposits, depending on their density, are not leather but bone. As such, they are not as pliable as alligator leather or the flank leather found on a caiman. Additionally, since the ridges are bone, they do not absorb the chemicals need to tan or color the material, so they always appear whitish to the eye. Africa, Indonesia and Australia all are producing farm and wild crocodile. Genuine crocodile leather is close in appeal and quality to alligator leather however; its sources may not be as regulated. When compared side by side, the larger belly scales of alligator leather will have a crows feet look at one end of the scale. On croc, they dont have the lines of the crows feet but have a round, single dot instead. This is the easiest method to determine the type of animal that produced the product. With alligator hides, there are many grades and quality levels of the materials used in products. Green alligator hides are graded by the holes produced by either the gators life experiences (fighting, sliding over rocks) or the skinning process. Scars from its lifes experiences and buttons due to its age or diet will detract from its grade & value. A button is a calcium deposit in its scale similar to those found in the caiman. Large older, wild gators often have from a few to many buttons. Later in the process, after the hide is cured, tanned & dyed, it is often shaved thinner in order to make it slightly easier to work with. This process will also produce holes in the hide, further devaluing the hide and forcing it to be used in smaller products such as wallets or shoes rather than purses, briefcases or furniture. Alligator leather is an extremely tough leather to work with. It will often destroy needles, machines and the like that are normally used in conjunction with other leathers, often limiting the number of craftsmen, designers and artists willing to work with it thus adding to the final cost of products. Another drawback in working with alligator is correctly and intelligently utilizing the beauty and appeal of its natural scale pattern. Similar to a diamond, each hide has its own unique scale pattern which must be considered before the hide is cut into patterns for products. Failure to maximize or making the wrong cuts can ruin the hide or result in less valuable products being produced from a superior hide. Think along the lines of a cow. If the butcher uses a prime Angus beef cow for strictly hamburger because an amateur made the lowest value cuts rather than higher profit cuts as prime rib, filets and the like, the market value of the finished product has been greatly reduced. Once the alligator hide is tanned, it can be dyed or colored. The classic colors are black, brown and peanut. Depending on the market, other colors may be in demand but usually they come and go (as in fads) but leave the classics as a consistent base. Classic finishes are safari or matte and high gloss. With the tanning process, each and every scale has a unique quality and thickness, thus producing a uniform tan or color set across the hide is not an easy feat to accomplish. For the safari or matte finishes, uniformity is more easily achieved. For a uniform high gloss finish, a higher grade hide is often needed. In the real world, the high gloss finish is usually used in the manufacture of high fashion, high end items with the matte or safari finish most often associated with daily wear casual items. A common, lower priced product found on the market consisting of genuine alligator is the horn back hide or cut. Normally, the horn back is discarded since it consists of osteoderms or scutes. These scutes are bones that plate the back of alligators & crocodiles and are part of their ancient armor system that protects them. As discussed above concerning the calcium in the skin of the caiman, these scutes do not tan very well as the bone does not absorb dyes. While many attractive products such as belts, boots, wallets, shoes and purses may be made from the horn back cut, they must come from small alligators due to their lack of elasticity and are not considered to be within the family of the Classic products produced from alligator leather. While horn back products have a market following, its most often associated with the independent, individual American biker grade group of products. With alligator hides, the quality level affects the final products price. While smaller quality items may be produced from greatly flawed hides, larger items such as purses, briefcases, luggage and furniture must be produced from the less common, more expensive higher grade hides. (Larger hides with fewer holes, scars or buttons) This results in the larger the product, the higher grade hide that must be used in its manufacture thus the higher the retail price and the more limited is the products availability. I hope this assists with understanding the pricing structure and market availability of genuine American alligator verses the inferior wanna bes and the lesser grades of alligator hides. He also owns HighClassic Alligator Leather Products. Prior to his involvement in the alligator industry, Capt Walters spent decades in the beverage alcohol industry as a sales representative, wine consultant and sales manager. He is as well versed and competent in both the swamp to produce a gator and the jungle otherwise known as the market to sell a finished, high end product. Our motto: Support American Craftsmen! The item “American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA6″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 19, 2021. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Range & Shooting Accessories\Slings & Swivels”. The seller is “southnjent” and is located in Tampa, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Material: Genuine American Wild Alligator Leather
  • Type: Rifle Shotgun long gun Sling
  • Color: Peanut brittle
  • MPN: none
  • Brand: HighClassic Inc.

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

Wednesday, January 20th, 2021
American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4

This is the REAL DEAL! Genuine American Alligator belly hide from wild harvested gators……. All pictures taken in natural sunlight of the same belt…… Gator colors & hues vary as to the light & angle of the light….. This is Safari Peanut Brittle. Peanut Rifle/long gun sling, made from wild American Alligators. Adjusts from 35″ to 41″. Pad is 13″ long and 2.3-3″ wide. Very nice, all American made item. Looks better in person as my flash creates a lot of glare. These gator products exponentially out wear & out last cow leather and are greatly admired by those who see them. It is an attention getter. Excellent graduation, promotion, sales incentive or Mother’s Day gift item for the sharp dressed professional. Support Southern wetlands conservation for all wildlife by purchasing this unique item. Feel free to make a REASONABLE offer on this item that’s already price below fair market wholesale. Due to my vertical operation, I can price these first class premium items way below the market. It’s already a bargain………. Many items on E-bay are mis-labeled or mis-categorized as American Alligator when they are indeed caiman from South America. Caiman is an inferior leather when compared to Genuine American Alligator. The difference is easy to spot as caiman leather has a “sand dollar” pattern throughout it’s hide whereas alligator does not. The “sand dollar” pattern is calcium deposits; ie bone. Aside from the obvious visual pattern that’s easy to spot as it stands out like a sore thumb, the calcium makes the leather difficult to work with as bone is not flexible nor can it be sewn. Through the decades, Genuine American Alligator has long held a superior reputation and price points in the worldwide exotic leather market, a place that others, notably caiman often fraudulently wish to mimic as Genuine Alligator routinely commands the pinnacle prices of leather products due to it’s availability (very limited & tightly controlled) elegance, durability and desire of a privileged clientele who simply wish to own the best. ” Add the environmentally sustainable story along with the “recovered from the brink of extinction effort and you are left with a truly unique, exciting, beautiful and interesting product. I apologize for this however there are a few countries that make it very difficult to conduct business as they do not conprehend the CITIEs Trade agreements or have not ratified them. When you’re ready for the hunt of a lifetime, please visit our website. If you seek a unique gift, please visit our selection of elegant alligator leather products. For complete information on us, gator hunting and related information, visit GatorGuides. Com. Its harvested under strict government regulation in the Southern United States via either wild harvest (trapping, public hunting, nuisance removal) or farming, all conducted under sustainable use conservation principals. Due to its finite & tight supply, popularity by fashion designers and classic appeal it will always be a high demand, high price tiered premium product; however, many consumers of alligator leather products often use the same products for the rest of their lives as the leather is extremely durable & its products classic in design & never go out of style. Often, inferior items are marketed to mimic the alligators prestigious market position. (Its against US law to claim alligator or mention alligator when its not genuine American alligator) The most common is faux or embossed leather. When either of these words are honestly used, it means the product is not gator but another material (cow leather, plastic, vinyl) printed in the pattern of gator scales in a redundant manner (The pattern repeats itself). A good quality faux or embossed item may look close to genuine alligator but its not as durable and will deteriorate long before genuine gator. Another inferior knock off found attempting to hide behind alligators elegance is the Caiman of South America. A Caiman is a crocodilian species thats very common in the wild and also common in the market place. When you compare genuine alligator next to caiman, you will notice the caiman has a sand dollar pattern in the larger scales found on its belly. These sand dollar ridges are composed of calcium deposits, the same material bone is composed of. These calcium deposits, depending on their density, are not leather but bone. As such, they are not as pliable as alligator leather or the flank leather found on a caiman. Additionally, since the ridges are bone, they do not absorb the chemicals need to tan or color the material, so they always appear whitish to the eye. Africa, Indonesia and Australia all are producing farm and wild crocodile. Genuine crocodile leather is close in appeal and quality to alligator leather however; its sources may not be as regulated. When compared side by side, the larger belly scales of alligator leather will have a crows feet look at one end of the scale. On croc, they dont have the lines of the crows feet but have a round, single dot instead. This is the easiest method to determine the type of animal that produced the product. With alligator hides, there are many grades and quality levels of the materials used in products. Green alligator hides are graded by the holes produced by either the gators life experiences (fighting, sliding over rocks) or the skinning process. Scars from its lifes experiences and buttons due to its age or diet will detract from its grade & value. A button is a calcium deposit in its scale similar to those found in the caiman. Large older, wild gators often have from a few to many buttons. Later in the process, after the hide is cured, tanned & dyed, it is often shaved thinner in order to make it slightly easier to work with. This process will also produce holes in the hide, further devaluing the hide and forcing it to be used in smaller products such as wallets or shoes rather than purses, briefcases or furniture. Alligator leather is an extremely tough leather to work with. It will often destroy needles, machines and the like that are normally used in conjunction with other leathers, often limiting the number of craftsmen, designers and artists willing to work with it thus adding to the final cost of products. Another drawback in working with alligator is correctly and intelligently utilizing the beauty and appeal of its natural scale pattern. Similar to a diamond, each hide has its own unique scale pattern which must be considered before the hide is cut into patterns for products. Failure to maximize or making the wrong cuts can ruin the hide or result in less valuable products being produced from a superior hide. Think along the lines of a cow. If the butcher uses a prime Angus beef cow for strictly hamburger because an amateur made the lowest value cuts rather than higher profit cuts as prime rib, filets and the like, the market value of the finished product has been greatly reduced. Once the alligator hide is tanned, it can be dyed or colored. The classic colors are black, brown and peanut. Depending on the market, other colors may be in demand but usually they come and go (as in fads) but leave the classics as a consistent base. Classic finishes are safari or matte and high gloss. With the tanning process, each and every scale has a unique quality and thickness, thus producing a uniform tan or color set across the hide is not an easy feat to accomplish. For the safari or matte finishes, uniformity is more easily achieved. For a uniform high gloss finish, a higher grade hide is often needed. In the real world, the high gloss finish is usually used in the manufacture of high fashion, high end items with the matte or safari finish most often associated with daily wear casual items. A common, lower priced product found on the market consisting of genuine alligator is the horn back hide or cut. Normally, the horn back is discarded since it consists of osteoderms or scutes. These scutes are bones that plate the back of alligators & crocodiles and are part of their ancient armor system that protects them. As discussed above concerning the calcium in the skin of the caiman, these scutes do not tan very well as the bone does not absorb dyes. While many attractive products such as belts, boots, wallets, shoes and purses may be made from the horn back cut, they must come from small alligators due to their lack of elasticity and are not considered to be within the family of the Classic products produced from alligator leather. While horn back products have a market following, its most often associated with the independent, individual American biker grade group of products. With alligator hides, the quality level affects the final products price. While smaller quality items may be produced from greatly flawed hides, larger items such as purses, briefcases, luggage and furniture must be produced from the less common, more expensive higher grade hides. (Larger hides with fewer holes, scars or buttons) This results in the larger the product, the higher grade hide that must be used in its manufacture thus the higher the retail price and the more limited is the products availability. I hope this assists with understanding the pricing structure and market availability of genuine American alligator verses the inferior wanna bes and the lesser grades of alligator hides. He also owns HighClassic Alligator Leather Products. Prior to his involvement in the alligator industry, Capt Walters spent decades in the beverage alcohol industry as a sales representative, wine consultant and sales manager. He is as well versed and competent in both the swamp to produce a gator and the jungle otherwise known as the market to sell a finished, high end product. Our motto: Support American Craftsmen! The item “American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA4″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 19, 2021. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Range & Shooting Accessories\Slings & Swivels”. The seller is “southnjent” and is located in Tampa, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Material: Genuine American Wild Alligator Leather
  • Type: Rifle Shotgun long gun Sling
  • Color: Peanut brittle
  • MPN: none
  • Brand: HighClassic Inc.

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

Wednesday, January 20th, 2021
American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3

This is the REAL DEAL! Genuine American Alligator belly hide from wild harvested gators……. All pictures taken in natural sunlight of the same belt…… Gator colors & hues vary as to the light & angle of the light….. This is Safari Peanut Brittle. Peanut Rifle/long gun sling, made from wild American Alligators. Adjusts from 35″ to 41″. Pad is 13″ long and 2.3-3″ wide. Very nice, all American made item. Looks better in person as my flash creates a lot of glare. These gator products exponentially out wear & out last cow leather and are greatly admired by those who see them. It is an attention getter. Excellent graduation, promotion, sales incentive or Mother’s Day gift item for the sharp dressed professional. Support Southern wetlands conservation for all wildlife by purchasing this unique item. Feel free to make a REASONABLE offer on this item that’s already price below fair market wholesale. Due to my vertical operation, I can price these first class premium items way below the market. It’s already a bargain………. Many items on E-bay are mis-labeled or mis-categorized as American Alligator when they are indeed caiman from South America. Caiman is an inferior leather when compared to Genuine American Alligator. The difference is easy to spot as caiman leather has a “sand dollar” pattern throughout it’s hide whereas alligator does not. The “sand dollar” pattern is calcium deposits; ie bone. Aside from the obvious visual pattern that’s easy to spot as it stands out like a sore thumb, the calcium makes the leather difficult to work with as bone is not flexible nor can it be sewn. Through the decades, Genuine American Alligator has long held a superior reputation and price points in the worldwide exotic leather market, a place that others, notably caiman often fraudulently wish to mimic as Genuine Alligator routinely commands the pinnacle prices of leather products due to it’s availability (very limited & tightly controlled) elegance, durability and desire of a privileged clientele who simply wish to own the best. ” Add the environmentally sustainable story along with the “recovered from the brink of extinction effort and you are left with a truly unique, exciting, beautiful and interesting product. I apologize for this however there are a few countries that make it very difficult to conduct business as they do not conprehend the CITIEs Trade agreements or have not ratified them. When you’re ready for the hunt of a lifetime, please visit our website. If you seek a unique gift, please visit our selection of elegant alligator leather products. For complete information on us, gator hunting and related information, visit GatorGuides. Com. Its harvested under strict government regulation in the Southern United States via either wild harvest (trapping, public hunting, nuisance removal) or farming, all conducted under sustainable use conservation principals. Due to its finite & tight supply, popularity by fashion designers and classic appeal it will always be a high demand, high price tiered premium product; however, many consumers of alligator leather products often use the same products for the rest of their lives as the leather is extremely durable & its products classic in design & never go out of style. Often, inferior items are marketed to mimic the alligators prestigious market position. (Its against US law to claim alligator or mention alligator when its not genuine American alligator) The most common is faux or embossed leather. When either of these words are honestly used, it means the product is not gator but another material (cow leather, plastic, vinyl) printed in the pattern of gator scales in a redundant manner (The pattern repeats itself). A good quality faux or embossed item may look close to genuine alligator but its not as durable and will deteriorate long before genuine gator. Another inferior knock off found attempting to hide behind alligators elegance is the Caiman of South America. A Caiman is a crocodilian species thats very common in the wild and also common in the market place. When you compare genuine alligator next to caiman, you will notice the caiman has a sand dollar pattern in the larger scales found on its belly. These sand dollar ridges are composed of calcium deposits, the same material bone is composed of. These calcium deposits, depending on their density, are not leather but bone. As such, they are not as pliable as alligator leather or the flank leather found on a caiman. Additionally, since the ridges are bone, they do not absorb the chemicals need to tan or color the material, so they always appear whitish to the eye. Africa, Indonesia and Australia all are producing farm and wild crocodile. Genuine crocodile leather is close in appeal and quality to alligator leather however; its sources may not be as regulated. When compared side by side, the larger belly scales of alligator leather will have a crows feet look at one end of the scale. On croc, they dont have the lines of the crows feet but have a round, single dot instead. This is the easiest method to determine the type of animal that produced the product. With alligator hides, there are many grades and quality levels of the materials used in products. Green alligator hides are graded by the holes produced by either the gators life experiences (fighting, sliding over rocks) or the skinning process. Scars from its lifes experiences and buttons due to its age or diet will detract from its grade & value. A button is a calcium deposit in its scale similar to those found in the caiman. Large older, wild gators often have from a few to many buttons. Later in the process, after the hide is cured, tanned & dyed, it is often shaved thinner in order to make it slightly easier to work with. This process will also produce holes in the hide, further devaluing the hide and forcing it to be used in smaller products such as wallets or shoes rather than purses, briefcases or furniture. Alligator leather is an extremely tough leather to work with. It will often destroy needles, machines and the like that are normally used in conjunction with other leathers, often limiting the number of craftsmen, designers and artists willing to work with it thus adding to the final cost of products. Another drawback in working with alligator is correctly and intelligently utilizing the beauty and appeal of its natural scale pattern. Similar to a diamond, each hide has its own unique scale pattern which must be considered before the hide is cut into patterns for products. Failure to maximize or making the wrong cuts can ruin the hide or result in less valuable products being produced from a superior hide. Think along the lines of a cow. If the butcher uses a prime Angus beef cow for strictly hamburger because an amateur made the lowest value cuts rather than higher profit cuts as prime rib, filets and the like, the market value of the finished product has been greatly reduced. Once the alligator hide is tanned, it can be dyed or colored. The classic colors are black, brown and peanut. Depending on the market, other colors may be in demand but usually they come and go (as in fads) but leave the classics as a consistent base. Classic finishes are safari or matte and high gloss. With the tanning process, each and every scale has a unique quality and thickness, thus producing a uniform tan or color set across the hide is not an easy feat to accomplish. For the safari or matte finishes, uniformity is more easily achieved. For a uniform high gloss finish, a higher grade hide is often needed. In the real world, the high gloss finish is usually used in the manufacture of high fashion, high end items with the matte or safari finish most often associated with daily wear casual items. A common, lower priced product found on the market consisting of genuine alligator is the horn back hide or cut. Normally, the horn back is discarded since it consists of osteoderms or scutes. These scutes are bones that plate the back of alligators & crocodiles and are part of their ancient armor system that protects them. As discussed above concerning the calcium in the skin of the caiman, these scutes do not tan very well as the bone does not absorb dyes. While many attractive products such as belts, boots, wallets, shoes and purses may be made from the horn back cut, they must come from small alligators due to their lack of elasticity and are not considered to be within the family of the Classic products produced from alligator leather. While horn back products have a market following, its most often associated with the independent, individual American biker grade group of products. With alligator hides, the quality level affects the final products price. While smaller quality items may be produced from greatly flawed hides, larger items such as purses, briefcases, luggage and furniture must be produced from the less common, more expensive higher grade hides. (Larger hides with fewer holes, scars or buttons) This results in the larger the product, the higher grade hide that must be used in its manufacture thus the higher the retail price and the more limited is the products availability. I hope this assists with understanding the pricing structure and market availability of genuine American alligator verses the inferior wanna bes and the lesser grades of alligator hides. He also owns HighClassic Alligator Leather Products. Prior to his involvement in the alligator industry, Capt Walters spent decades in the beverage alcohol industry as a sales representative, wine consultant and sales manager. He is as well versed and competent in both the swamp to produce a gator and the jungle otherwise known as the market to sell a finished, high end product. Our motto: Support American Craftsmen! The item “American Wild Alligator Rifle shotgun Shoulder Sling Strap gator leather JA3″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 19, 2021. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Range & Shooting Accessories\Slings & Swivels”. The seller is “southnjent” and is located in Tampa, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Material: Genuine American Wild Alligator Leather
  • Type: Rifle Shotgun long gun Sling
  • Color: Peanut brittle
  • MPN: none
  • Brand: HighClassic Inc.

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tuesday, January 19th, 2021
Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap

Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap. Feature of rifle cheek riser rest. For Right handed shooter. Made of vintage real leather. Firm cheek riser will keep your head where it needs to be. 2 elastic strap to make it fit most of gun butt stock, such as on. A Savage 93, remkngton 7600 , savage 30/06 , marlin 30-30, savage 99 , Henry rifle etc. Hight quality neoprene padded to ensure a non-slip performance. Extra elastic strap on the back to avoid gun buttstock slipping out. 8 Round rifle Ammunition Holder. Fit for rifle ammo type: 243 WIN, 270 WIN, 308 WIN, 30-30, 30-60, 22-250 REM, 222 REM, 223 REM, etc. 175.513.5 cm. 1 xRight handed rifle butt stock cheek piece ammo holder. Feature of gun sling. Made of quality genuine leather and webbing end. Soft padded for comfortable carrying. Heavy webbing ensure a non-slip performance. Quick release buckles for instant length. 2 points quick adapt to your rifle. Come with 2 pieces 1 swivels. With 2 rifle ammo holder loop for easy access, can hold. Fine workmanship with classic vintage design. 965.5 cm(standard, adjustable). 1 x real leather rifle sling with cartridge holder. We don’t collect your financial information. All orders will be processed within 24 HRS. , it will probably take longer time for your items to arrive at the final destination. Thank you for your understanding on this matter. Some items might be broken caused by improper use, we are always happy to offer any helpful repair service. If you have any concerns or questions before or after sale, please feel free to let us know. The item “Tourbon Rifle Cheek Risers Rest Ammo Holder&Leather Shot Gun Sling Swivels Strap” is in sale since Wednesday, September 2, 2020. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Holsters, Belts & Pouches\Magazine Pouches”. The seller is “tourbon-safari-shop” and is located in Rowland Heights, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Tourbon
  • MPN: HWC-HA1039LE-BK-EB1+HWC-HA803LE-EB1
  • Color: Black
  • Model: Rifle cartridge pouch and sling
  • Custom Bundle: Yes
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: China
  • Style: Classic, vintage design
  • Material: Leather
  • Features: Padded
  • Type: Rifle Sling/Swivel Set
  • Materials: High quality strong genuine leather
  • Bundle Listing: Yes

Handmade Rifle Sling Leather Strap Tombstone Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Custom

Sunday, January 17th, 2021
Handmade Rifle Sling Leather Strap Tombstone Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Custom

Handmade Rifle Sling Leather Strap Tombstone Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Custom

Handmade Rifle Sling Leather Strap Tombstone Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Custom

Handmade Rifle Sling Leather Strap Tombstone Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Custom

Handmade Rifle Sling Leather Strap Tombstone Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Custom

Customized Handmade Leather Rifle sling with Tombstone inspired inscription. The leather strap has a vintage look with a rustic antique finish. Shoulder strap is 3 wide at widest point. Designed for 1″ sling swivels with 1″ tab at top and 1 wide strap. Sling has an adjustable length from 30″ to 44″. Sling swivels are not included. We start with premium 7/9 ounce natural vegetable tanned leather and laser engrave the desired design and shape. The edges are then beveled, finished, and slicked with gum tragacanth. The sling is then dyed and finished with a top coat and wax to protect the finish. It is finally assembled with black hardware including a Chicago Screw at the top and a Conway buckle for adjustments. The finish is varied due to natural grain of the leather and hand application of the finish, we will try to get it as close to the piece depicted in the photo as possible. This is a made to order item that takes several days to complete due to drying time. We can make any size, color, design, text, finish or hardware. The item “Handmade Rifle Sling Leather Strap Tombstone Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Custom” is in sale since Monday, January 4, 2021. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Range & Shooting Accessories\Slings & Swivels”. The seller is “rush_retail46″ and is located in Danville, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Handmade
  • Type: Rifle Sling
  • Material: Leather
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • MPN: Does Not Apply

Rifle Sling Strap Handmade Personalized Leather Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Gift

Sunday, January 17th, 2021
Rifle Sling Strap Handmade Personalized Leather Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Gift

Rifle Sling Strap Handmade Personalized Leather Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Gift

Rifle Sling Strap Handmade Personalized Leather Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Gift

Rifle Sling Strap Handmade Personalized Leather Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Gift

Rifle Sling Strap Handmade Personalized Leather Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Gift

Customized Handmade Leather Rifle sling with personalization of your choice. The leather strap has a custom vintage look scroll inlay with a rustic antique finish. Add a personalized name for yourself or for a gift for your favorite sportsman or hunter. Shoulder strap is 3 wide at widest point. Designed for 1″ sling swivels with 1″ tab at top and 1 wide strap. Sling has an adjustable length from 30″ to 44″. Sling swivels are not included. We start with premium 7/9 ounce natural vegetable tanned leather and laser engrave the desired design and shape. The edges are then beveled, finished, and slicked with gum tragacanth. The sling is then dyed and finished with a top coat and wax to protect the finish. It is finally assembled with black hardware including a Chicago Screw at the top and a Conway buckle for adjustments. The finish is varied due to natural grain of the leather and hand application of the finish, we will try to get it as close to the piece depicted in the photo as possible. This is a made to order item that takes several days to complete due to drying time. Message us with the name you would like engraved on the sling. We can make any size, color, design, text, finish or hardware. The item “Rifle Sling Strap Handmade Personalized Leather Gun Rifle Shotgun Strap Gift” is in sale since Sunday, January 3, 2021. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Range & Shooting Accessories\Slings & Swivels”. The seller is “rush_retail46″ and is located in Danville, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Handmade
  • Type: Rifle Sling
  • Material: Leather
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • MPN: Does Not Apply

US WW2 Unknown Rigger Made Rifle Sling Strap. Web Belt Canvas & Leather (P5)

Saturday, January 16th, 2021
US WW2 Unknown Rigger Made Rifle Sling Strap. Web Belt Canvas & Leather (P5)

US WW2 Unknown Rigger Made Rifle Sling Strap. Web Belt Canvas & Leather (P5)

US WW2 Unknown Rigger Made Rifle Sling Strap. Web Belt Canvas & Leather (P5)

US WW2 Unknown Rigger Made Rifle Sling Strap. Web Belt Canvas & Leather (P5)

30 Day Return Option Available. Veteran Owned Small Business U. We Welcome Your Questions. We Aim To Earn Your 5 Star Feedback. The item “US WW2 Unknown Rigger Made Rifle Sling Strap. Web Belt Canvas & Leather (P5)” is in sale since Sunday, January 3, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Field Gear, Equipment”. The seller is “appalachianantiqueswv” and is located in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Region of Origin: United States
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Theme: Militaria
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Conflict: WW II (1939-45)

AA&E Padded Top Grain Brown Leather Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling Strap Vintage #6011

Saturday, January 16th, 2021
AA&E Padded Top Grain Brown Leather Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling Strap Vintage #6011

AA&E Padded Top Grain Brown Leather Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling Strap Vintage #6011

AA&E Padded Top Grain Brown Leather Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling Strap Vintage #6011

AA&E Padded Top Grain Brown Leather Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling Strap Vintage #6011

AA&E Padded Top Grain Brown Leather Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling Strap Vintage #6011

AA&E Padded Top Grain Brown Leather Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling Strap Vintage #6011. The item “AA&E Padded Top Grain Brown Leather Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling Strap Vintage #6011″ is in sale since Monday, January 11, 2021. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Range & Shooting Accessories\Slings & Swivels”. The seller is “monroereading” and is located in Erie, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Type: Rifle / Shotgun Sling
  • Color: Brown
  • Material: Leather
  • Features: Padded
  • Brand: AA&E Leathercraft
  • Model: 6011
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • MPN: Does not apply