They make their holster out of Boltaron 4332 sheet material for all their holsters, as they prefer the workability and feel of Boltaron over Kydex.
Most importantly, they use Destiny Tool end mills to make their top-of-the-line holsters! Andrew started following us with his instagram account a few years ago and we've been following his progress right back.
Their shop uses state of the art Brother CNC milling machines and vacuum forming machines to produce holster shells which are then hand finished and assembled.
We visited Andrew at his shop earlier this month and got to spend some time with this fully self taught machinist and manufacturing innovator. Give Andrew a follow on instagram! He posts some rather nice instructive videos there: @henryholsters