Smith and Wesson M&P 9c in UBG Striker Holster

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    Smith and Wesson M&P 9c in UBG Striker Holster

    Here are the photos of my M&P9c in a UBG Striker. I need a good belt, any suggestions?!

    Average size guy, 5'9'' 170#

    Thanks!
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    Nice set-up!
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    Looks well made!
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    Nice! I just got the .40c... no idea about the belt, though.
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    Great Gun & easy on CC & Ammo ; )
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    Looper Reinforced Holster Belt




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    Looper's reinforced holster belt. Our holster belt is made of full grain leather outer, full grain leather liner and has a kydex inner liner that allows the belt to be flexible enough to be comfortable, but rigid enough to support the weight of a holster and any other accessories that are needed by the law enforcment professtional or anyone with a concealed carry permit. Comes standard in 1 1/2" width.
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    The beltman has the best belts I have ever used.

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    UBG makes matching belts.
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    Nice looking holster
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    Nate does some great work. My M&P40c is my favorite carry gun.
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    I have 2 belts from A&G Custom Leather and they work great with my FIST holster and M&P 45c. For a more casual look, I use a Wilderness Instructor belt (5 stitch)

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    Nice. I like the way the kydex protrudes just above the pant's waist. Whereas my King Tuk it's just below.

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    younggun: There are many good belts out there, but I always come back to my Filson Bridle Leather Double-Thick belt. The reg. thickness is also good for light weapons. Filson has been in business for a very long time and makes good stuff! The double thick belt handles my M&PC 9mm without any trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAcanis View Post
    Nice. I like the way the kydex protrudes just above the pant's waist. Whereas my King Tuk it's just below.
    No kydex on this one. It's an all-leather holster with spring steel clips.

    It's also my next holster.

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    oops. It looked like a hybrid this morning, lol.

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