Best Gun Belt for the Money

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    TejasTK:

    Our belts are made from 2 straps of 6/7 oz Bull Hide and comes out to being just a tad shy of .25". Perfect for all holster slots.

    If we can help, just give us a call.
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    Right now I'm rolling with a Blackhawk Rigger's belt that pulls double duty for paintball. To be truthful, as far as paintball goes, it rocks. For concealed carry... meh - look elsewhere. I'm currently looking into other options with the Wilderness, A&G, and Beltman belts high on the list, but I'm keeping an open eye.

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    I just purchased a Gould & Goodrich off-duty/dress "gun belt" earlier this week (due to loosing weight I needed a new belt).

    http://www.gouldusa.com/products/pro...26+Accessories

    If you "google" their name and item number you will see it on line or if you click on their "where to buy" on their site.... it will take you to some maine retailers such as Galls and others. The pricing is between $40 - $50.00 or so plus shipping, but I am impressed with the belt I got.

    While traveling the this week, I stopped into a local police supply shop and paid $52.00 for my black 1-1/2" belt and really like it. It is heavy duty and will not "roll-over" and will fit into my dockers, jeans and dress slacks (some double thickness leather belts will not fit through the loops in all pants... so be carefull). This belt is a "reinforced belt, so it will not sag over time. Even a "double leather" belt will sag at some point... but I guess that one may gain or loose weight before the belt gives out? A leather & polymer belt will not bend or even "conform" to your waist due to be "rigid"... which is what I wanted.

    Just another option at a reasonable price to consider.
    Springfield XDM 40cal
    Safariland Double Magazine Duty Pouch
    High Noon "Slide Guard" Holster - Leather (OWB)
    BladeTech "Eclipse" Holster - Kydex (OWB)
    Aker Reinforced Gun Belt (Leather & Polymer)
    Wilderness Tactical/Operator Belt (Kydex Reinforced)

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    I only have the Galco SB2. I am really happy with it, not cheap but good quality and works well. Does not look "tactical", blends in. About $66 delivered, no wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schj98 View Post
    I love my Beltman belt.
    I have owned many examples by several makers through the years and I cannot imagine a better quality leather gun belt than those produced by the Beltman in his tiny shop in Cary NC. They are superb in every way.
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    I recommend the relatively new line of belts sold by Blade-Tech. I have one and it's great. I use it with a GALCO USA IWB holster (appendix carried) for my compact .45 1911.

    http://www.blade-tech.com/Blade-Tech...e-pr-1250.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by healedknee View Post
    I recommend the relatively new line of belts sold by Blade-Tech. I have one and it's great. I use it with a GALCO USA IWB holster (appendix carried) for my compact .45 1911.

    http://www.blade-tech.com/Blade-Tech...e-pr-1250.html
    Here is Looper's own website (same price).
    http://looperlawenforcement.com/loop...ster-belt.html

    I have one of their belts and so far so good - rigid and well made.
    Springfield XDM 40cal
    Safariland Double Magazine Duty Pouch
    High Noon "Slide Guard" Holster - Leather (OWB)
    BladeTech "Eclipse" Holster - Kydex (OWB)
    Aker Reinforced Gun Belt (Leather & Polymer)
    Wilderness Tactical/Operator Belt (Kydex Reinforced)

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    A&G all the way! Custom made, economical, rigid and well made, and very nice to look at.
    Remember as a rule of thumb in defensive carry...your intention is always to STOP....not to hurt, however; in a gun fight, its either me or them.....and Im sure as hell that it will NOT be me.
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    Thumbs up A&G Custom Gun Belts

    A&G is the best!

    I have several belts from the "others" and A&G is the best overall.
    I even had them make me a custom belt for my 5 year old!
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    said it once will say it again, wilderness original instructor belt. I bought mine new in 1996 and I am still wearing it every day to hold my concealed carry weapon, it has carried a couple revolvers, 1911, bhp, and a couple glocks over the years

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    go to cabelas got two heavy belts for just under 18 each nothing fancy but great belts cant imagine better belts fancier maybe not sturdier or thicker they are about 2 inches wide and wont fit all belt loops or replacement buckles

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    I have or have had several "gun" belts. My thoughts (perhaps worth what you paid for them):

    Beltman: Extremely well made, but way too thick. Wouldn't fit several of my holsters.

    Cabelas "Double Duty": Nice belt for the money, but again too thick.

    Blackhawk Alligator finish: Inexpensive. Works, but looks and feels cheap.

    Liger: Fantastic belt. Works great and holds up well. Has "grabby" surface which keeps holster from moving around. Unusual buckle may not be to everyone's taste.

    Galco Matrix MX1: A "sleeper". Works very well as a gun belt, but does not feel stiff like others. Is holding up well and was very inexpensive. Only available in 1-1/2" black.
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    I'm hoping it's the Wilderness Tactical 5-Stitch Instructor belt since I just ordered one

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGC View Post
    I'm hoping it's the Wilderness Tactical 5-Stitch Instructor belt since I just ordered one
    It will grow on ya fast! They are not the prettiest but they are excellent carry belts.
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    Has anyone tried the Frequent Flyer Sport or Easy-Fit Instructors belt from Wilderness? I was looking on their website, and it seems as though they are much more flexible on sizing. Thats been my biggest drawback, and one of the largest reasons I haven't ponied up for a nice gun belt, is my weight tends to fluxuate, and I'm in the proccess of trying to lose weight.

    One would assume the extra "belt tongue" that overhangs could just be velcro'd over a holster clip if appendix carrying or ?

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