Gander Mountain Tactical gun belt with permastiff insert

Gander Mountain Tactical gun belt with permastiff insert

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    Gander Mountain Tactical gun belt with permastiff insert

    Anyone know anything about this belt ? good/bad buy/don't
    There are two types of people who carry concealed weapons...Responsible ones and Irresponsible ones...which are you...


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    Buy it & give us a report, lol.
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    ...I'd go with Wilderness Products...they've served us well for many years...I'm in my fifth year with their Instructor belt...I wear it daily and load it heavy...best $35 I ever spent on a belt...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snub44 View Post
    ...I'd go with Wilderness Products...they've served us well for many years...I'm in my fifth year with their Instructor belt...I wear it daily and load it heavy...best $35 I ever spent on a belt...
    Thanks for the heads up...I'll take a gander at it...(pun intended)
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    I too use a Wilderness belt and love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snub44 View Post
    ...I'd go with Wilderness Products...they've served us well for many years...I'm in my fifth year with their Instructor belt...I wear it daily and load it heavy...best $35 I ever spent on a belt...
    I'm wearing my second Wilderness Instructor. First one didn't wear out -- for some reason I needed to get a bigger belt

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    Another vote for the 5 stitch Wilderness Instructor belt.
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." --Benjamin Franklin

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    I have two Uncle Mike's belts that are knock offs of the Wilderness belt. I bought them because they are 1.5" width, not 1 3/4". I have two of them because I change pants two often and got tired of always having to switch the belt. all of my other belts including some Bianchi leather are languishing in my drawer and the only times I wear something else is for rare dress occasions.

    5.11 makes a similar 1.5" version also.
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    I went with the CSM insert wilderness belt. For the short period of time I wore it it was great. If you go with it, sizing it to your waist using their guide is pretty accurate, However I sized it for my waist, but forgot to consider an IWB holster so I had to go up. It was very comfortable.

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    Skip the cheap Chinese imitations. Go with a Wilderness Tactical belt.
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    Went to G M saw these belts...they are not gun belts...so this is a dead thread now..I need a quality dress type gun belt for wear with dress slacks and dress shirts and suits...
    There are two types of people who carry concealed weapons...Responsible ones and Irresponsible ones...which are you...

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    I make my own Web Gun belts with Kydex Stiffener glued and stitched between 2 layers of either 1.25" or 1.5"webbing with either D ring or Rectangular ring cinch fasteners,and yes I got a Wilderness Tactical that I no longer use
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