Whats a good brand of belt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VAguy View Post
    Looper makes a very nice gun belt for not a lot of money. Mine is VERY stiff on the vertical axis but nice and compliant as it goes around the waist.

    Check it out:

    Looper Reinforced Holster Belt
    Ditto on this 1 I wear a 1 1/4" carries anything I need.

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    Here's the belt on my 'wish list'. I really like the one piece buckle with the integral tang.

    http://www.desbiensgunleather.com/wp...0/IMG_1416.jpg
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    High Noon has got the better belt right now IMO. They make the exact combo you are asking for, one is on me right now.
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    I wear a Beltman... Latter discovered the same quality belt on this site.

    duluthtradingpost.com 1 1/2" dual layered cowhide. 1/2 the $$.

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    Sixto - if one is on you right now, can I PM you with my address and size? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksholder View Post
    Sixto - if one is on you right now, can I PM you with my address and size? Thanks
    You'd be better off to send that info to High Noon.
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    I have a 5.11 belt (got it for free!) and a belt from The Belt Man. Both of them do the job for CC, but the 5.11 doesn't do a very good job for OC with my XD45c.
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    Beltman is awesome, no question. However, I bought a Galco gunleather belt for half of what a Beltman belt costs and have been extremely happy with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saber View Post
    Here's the belt on my 'wish list'. I really like the one piece buckle with the integral tang.

    http://www.desbiensgunleather.com/wp...0/IMG_1416.jpg
    That's beautiful, Saber! Rhome Desbiens is a great guy, and quite a craftsman. I should have thought of him in my earlier post, but I don't yet own any of his belts. He was mentored by Gary Brommeland, as one might be able to tell by looking at some of his IWB holster designs. I have one of his Badger Reload pouches that carries a spare mag in front and my Ruger LCR in back, and it is incredibly well made. I think he'll be making my next belt, too!

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    I still can't decide b/w the dang MTAC and the Supertuck >.<!
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    Leather

    Check out Rafter S Gunleather products. They have everything from cowhide to exotic leathers and I have been extremely pleased. I've had a shark belt that has been worn almost everyday for 10+ years. Hard for me to believe until I counted back the years. You can see a pic in my post in the Let's See Your Pic's- How You Carry Concealed thread.
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    AG Gunleather makes an outstanding belt, and you can't beat the customer service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctsketch View Post
    I still can't decide b/w the dang MTAC and the Supertuck >.<!
    I was in the same dilemma, but I went with the MTAC because it covers the entire slide of my 1911 government. The Supertuck is a bit thinner though.

    My MTAC shipped yesterday and was exactly 9 business days in production with and additional 3-6 days of shipping, whereas the Supertuck you'll be waiting around 30 days to get it from production to being at your doorstep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRob View Post
    Check out Rafter S Gunleather products. They have everything from cowhide to exotic leathers and I have been extremely pleased. I've had a shark belt that has been worn almost everyday for 10+ years. Hard for me to believe until I counted back the years. You can see a pic in my post in the Let's See Your Pic's- How You Carry Concealed thread.
    Might want to do a search on Rafter S before you considering doing anything with those losers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VAguy View Post
    Looper makes a very nice gun belt for not a lot of money. Mine is VERY stiff on the vertical axis but nice and compliant as it goes around the waist.

    Check it out:

    Looper Reinforced Holster Belt
    I have four of these belts, and they are great for daily informal wear...they keep their stiffness for a loooooooong time.
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