Anyone ever tried to reform their leather holster to a new gun? I have my old Ted Blocker DA3 IWB holster that I bought like 9 years ago. It's an awesome holster, but was made for a Baby Eagle that I sold a few years ago. Loved that gun and planned on getting another, but I'm doubtful that I'll be able to buy it again soon. Particularly the Israeli model that I had then. I've heard of folks dunking their holster in water for 2-3 hours or so to soften it, sticking their gun in a zip lock bag, and shoving the gun & bag into the holster to let dry. I'm thinking to try it - nothing to lose at this point - but I'm curious if anyone's ever tried it? If no one reports that they have, I'll do it and take pics and stuff and report back with my findings.