The holster had all week to dry, and when I came home it fit the gun like a glove.

Lesson learned, I spent enough time boning it that the boning marks are more pronounced than I’d like. But a little dye and some shoe polish made it look OK.

The back of it is nearly flat. The snap you see is the thumb break. I may refine the shape of the front a bit more. But for a couple pieces of scrap leather and some leather dye and shoe polish, I think it’s OK.