Andy’s Leather Relocates to North Carolina

Move to new location provides Andy’s Leather with a modern workshop outfitted with high powered equipment.

1911 Scabbard Holster in Black
1911 Scabbard Holster in Black
Andy's Leather
Andy’s Leather

Nebo, N.C. ( – Andy’s Leather, purveyor of fine leatherwork for rifles, Scout rifle slings and accessories, is proud to announce it has relocated its business to Nebo, North Carolina, effective immediately.

The move will provide Andrew Langlois, founder and owner of Andy’s Leather, Shottist and The Scout Rifle Forum, with a more modern shop equipped with higher powered equipment and an appealing office space.

“After 20 years in New Hampshire and Vermont it was time to escape the frozen northeast for warmer climates, to spend less time shoveling snow, to be closer to my kids and grandkids and to expand and upgrade my shop,” commented Langlois.

Andy Langlois
Andy Langlois, Owner of Andy’s Leather

Andy’s Leather will be exhibiting at the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, May 20-22, 2016 in Louisville, KY at booth #4305. Products on display will include Scout Rifle slings, the hit selling Rhodesian Sling, the three-point Ching Sling and a line of holsters. Langlois will be making belts at the booth that will be custom fit to the individual customer. The new IWB will be available on after the show concludes.

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dave pennock

do you make a coin sap similar to the fred perrin model