Making my own holsters is what initially got me into leathercraft. Whenever commercial, off-the-shelf products fail to meet my needs, I'll always try to make it myself.
Each holster is hand-sewn and molded to fit the exact gun it's supposed to carry. Molds are available for: Beretta M92, Browning Hi-Power,
Colt M1911A1 (with or without rails), Colt Python (and similar sized revolvers, 4" or 6" Barrel), Glock 17 (and similar-sized variants), Heckler & Koch USP,
Smith & Wesson M&P, Walther P99 and Walther PPK.

It's also important to note that Canadian law is extremely strict regarding the carry and use of firearms for self-defense. While these holsters are hand-made to exceedingly
high standards and do not
leave the workshop until I would trust them with my own life, they are primarily works of art, intended for recreational and light sporting use.
If you decide to use them for self-defense, duty, or concealed carry purposes, you do so at your own discretion and I assume no liability.