View Full Version : WTB Cedar Creek Supply Depot leather set
02-24-2009, 06:46 PM
I am looking for my friend for a set of leathers (federal) made by the late Jim Lammers. Cartridge box and sling, cap box and US belt (scabbard if you got one). Since you cant get these any more, I figured I would check here. Looking to spend about $100.
02-24-2009, 09:34 PM
I should have said between $100-$130, I believe when he was selling these they were $150-$160 new. Anyhow its for my friends son, and since my friend lost his job I am trying to help him out. Anyone with a set they want to get rid of, please let me know.
Craig L Barry
02-25-2009, 10:15 AM
...is still up and running, the business is being continued by his surviving wife and their adult children. I believe Jim's son is making the brogans and cartridges boxes. I'm not sure anybody lucky enough to have a set of accoutrements from Lammers would be interested in parting with them unless they were leaving the hobby. I have one of his boxes myself, and have gone on record as saying it is about the best box for the money that you can find. Handmade in the USA.
02-25-2009, 08:56 PM
Yep it sucks. I have had 2 sets myself, I sold over the years should have kept them. I have talked with his son or son in law, not sure which. But they arent doing cartridge boxes that I know of, he said shoes, the haversacks and eventually the knapsacks. I will check with them just in case, you just cant find a decent set of leathers for around $150 anymore. I see that provisional supply sells leather goods cheap, but from the pics look like paki made stuff, re done to be more authentic ( this is not a knock on them, just my own personal observation others mileage may vary.)
Currently my friends son has a paki made set just for starters, but are looking for a better upgrade that wont break the bank.
Craig L Barry
02-25-2009, 10:30 PM
that CCSD is not doing leather, that was their best product in my opinion, the brogans are good quality, too...Provisional is decent gear for the money, but not Lammers quality, at least not yet. Sorry to hear this about the family dropping cartridge boxes from the product line.
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