Wow that was awkward!

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    Wow that was awkward!

    Walking out of the gas station and my belt buckle broke! What!? So there I was holding my belt together to keep my Glock up looking like an idiot! Haha!
    Luckily I had an extra buckle in my car! Never would have thought that would happen!

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    Not sure what's more strange - your buckle breaking or the fact you had an extra one.

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    Heh! Was gonna say the same thing. I think I'm usually pretty prepared, but I'll have to admit I wouldn't have been *that* prepared.

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    If you had a good gun holster, I doubt that would have happened...

    I suppose you were lucky in that you could have been carrying a case of beer in bottles at the time... ;)
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    One is none..........two is one...............

    That's a man with a back up plan...........or a man that breaks belt buckles with frequency............

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    that's rich!! and people like to look down on me because i don't wear belts unless absolutely necessary. they bother the hell out of me when sitting if i'm carrying iwb. i just wear my normal size shorts with my xdm stuffed remora or pf9 stuffed nemesis. but, yeah, what's up with the extra buckle. how often do you break these things? maybe it's time to move on down to the next hole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook74 View Post
    If you had a good gun holster, I doubt that would have happened...

    I suppose you were lucky in that you could have been carrying a case of beer in bottles at the time... ;)
    A holster would have saved his belt buckle? Really, how?

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    Takeem, you have my sympathy. I do suggest you buy a couple belts with more attention to the strength and quality of the leather and the buckle construction.

    I've never had a belt buckle break. I'm 63 years old, been 'chubby' for a number of years. I've popped a couple buttons from the waist of my trousers and tore up a couple zippers, but never had a buckle failure.

    Great. Now I have something ELSE to worry about.
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    Face it: you're a Boy Scout.

    Carrying spare buckles ... Now that takes preparedness to a whole new level.

    I'll never feel sorry about carrying spare mags for my primary, a spare BUG and spare mags for the BUG again. (Not that I ever did.)

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    I've heard of a BUG, but a BUB - back up buckle? Must have been a boy scout: always be prepared!
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    Re: Wow that was awkward!

    I have a work belt and a gun belt. I was driving on the road for work. So I dug through my luggage for my work belt. Can't believe that happened! I usually carry IWB but I just got my G23C and a nice Galco. I heard metal hit the concrete and felt my pants get loose. The part that holds the buckle to the belt broke.

    Worse part was a cute blonde walked by and im trying to keep my "under wear" wear up! I'm married but still trying not to do stupid stuff around hot girls lol!

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    Would never have thought of an extra buckle either
    So you were standing there holding your Glock up.

    Oh so many things to say to this one. But from the board banned I would be.
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    Hahaha, that is a good one! I have never had a belt break, but the fact that you had a spare is impressive. On the flip side, you could just have ditched the belt and walked around the rest of the day holding your crotch with an angry look on your face and called everyone "ese"...think Danny Trejo in "Heat".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takeem406 View Post
    The part that holds the buckle to the belt broke.

    Worse part was a cute blonde walked by and im trying to keep my "under wear" wear up!
    Murphy was a sadist, and that's a fact.
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    If you use Perry suspenders you do not need worry about a buckle breaking.

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