If you're looking to expand your collection of blue guns, here's an idea that's been used by several (myself included):
If someone wants a holster for a gun you don't have, have them buy the blue gun and have it shipped to you. You then send them the holster. Cost comes out in your favor (as Kydex is rather cheap) and you can now expand your offerings. Blue guns (or red, yellow, etc) can be had from Amazon or the like for anywhere between $10 and $40. Either way, you come out ahead.
I'm guessing, since you have the press from Harbor Freight, that you followed the advice and process of Jon from Philster. He makes it seem very simple.
That's a good idea that I have looked into. The only issue that I have seen with that is that Blue Guns appear to be the only ones that are close enough to the real ones to make a holster out of. If I use the cheaper guns, the fitment just isn't the same, and I don't want to give up quality for that.
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