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Best Gun Belt for the Money

This is a discussion on Best Gun Belt for the Money within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Another Beltman fan, but I have to admit I haven't tried any others. However the best for the money in my humble opinion is an ...

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    Another Beltman fan, but I have to admit I haven't tried any others.

    However the best for the money in my humble opinion is an Uncle Mikes Sidekick belt. While it's not as good as a Beltman, it's not bad at all. I think I paid about $15.00 for mine, and I doubt they've gone up a lot since then. (Actually $12.99 at Cabela's) Probably not real good if you carry a heavy gun, but not bad at all if you're on a tight budget. I've had mine for twenty years or so, and wear it often.

    http://www.uncle-mikes.com/products/...ster_belt.html
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    I switch between a Beltman and a Wilderness Instructor. Both great belts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepin76 View Post
    Don't forget about A&G (site sponsor) who also makes terrific looking bullhide belts


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    I second A&G. The belts are very high quality, have a nice finish, and are very strong. I haven't owned a nicer looking or as well made belt.

    http://www.agcustomgunleather.com/

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    Currently have a Beltman. Used it the last couple of years and has served me very, very well. I have lost a considerable amount of weight and need a new one. I've ordered a tapered belt from Lobo Gunleather (Lobo Gunleather) so I can send the Beltman back to have it shortened. Should have it here any day. His belts offer lots off options and very good prices.

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    I have the black Crossbreed belt. I am extremely satisfied with it. It is a nice normal looking belt, nothing screams tactical or MWAG. It is thicker than a conventional belt but other than that no one would ever know it's designed to support the weight of a gun. The Crossbreed logo is on the inside of the belt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepin76 View Post
    Don't forget about A&G (site sponsor) who also makes terrific looking bullhide belts


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    Another vote here for A&G. Great belts and the best customer service bar none.
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    The only gun belt that I have is a Crossbreed belt. I like it just fine. Great support for the gun. Can't truthfully comment on any of the other belts.
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    +1 on the Looper

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    I have a Comp-Tac belt. Very pleased with it, and they have a fast turn around.
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    I have belts by the following makers:

    Del Fatti
    Rosen
    Gibson
    Belt Man
    Wilderness

    Unless I'm dressing up in such a manner as the nylon belt would be inappropriate, the Wilderness Belt is my first choice. I've recently come to like them, having been a die hard fan of leather before that.

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    I wear a Beltman belt every day, whether I'm carrying or not.

    I bought them solely on the recommendations from this forum and have not been disappointed.

    I have no experience with any of the other brands mentioned here but doubt that you'd be unhappy with any of them.
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    since the question is "for the money" i would have to give a big nod to the 5.11 casual belts...nice leather...very effective stiffener...nice styling that is at home on jeans or dress pants...and can be had on closeouts occassionally from different websites for anywhere fronm 7.99-19.99...or even the normal reasonable price of 39.99....

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    i have a 5.11 casual belt also...got it from lapolicegear for 15 bucks...i got it as a starter belt and see if i needed something more stronger...i

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    Beltman offers the standard 5 holes at 1 inch or 7 holes at 3/4 inches for better adjustment.
    Love the 2 colors I have.
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    I say other.I think the Wilderness 5 stitch is the best deal going.
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