New "Gun Belt" for $20

New "Gun Belt" for $20

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    New "Gun Belt" for $20

    Bought this at Tractor Supply Company for $19.99. As stiff as Don Hume Leather belts, thick (see pic next to finger for reference) and comfy. I don't have $100 for a good belt (4 kids, 1 income) and this one holds my 1911 with 9 rounds no problem, no sagging. Will it last? We'll see, but at $21.57 out the door, how can I go wrong.

    They have one that looks just like this but is thinner so make sure you get the thicker one if you go this route.

    I took a pic of the item # to help. Had a couple others that would work too.

    Hope this helps those of you like me with tight budgets!
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    I got a Carhartt belt that works just fine also for about $20 also. Sometimes you just have to work with the budget you have. I got a couple good holsters, had to make due with the belt.
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    Looks good to me! And you can get 5 for the price of one :)

    I'll have to check that place out, thanks for the tip.

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    I get all my belts from Tractor Supply. I get the $26 black belts. Good deal.

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    Belts are for holding your pants up. If it achieves that in spite of a .45 hanging on, who cares.
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    Great tip. Thanks!
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    Very nice Buckle, as well.

    Pretty good tip. Thanks.
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    Thumbs up

    Thanks for the tip. There's a TS over in Augusta that I'll check out the next time I'm on that side.
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    I'll definately check those out. My 3 5.11 belts lasted about six months before they fell apart.

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    I've never been a fan of a "gun belt". My plain jane normal belt is in charge of holding up my jeans (which has my BUG, ammo, phone, keys, and wallet), holding up my main weapon, spare ammo, and phone. My jeans never sag, even when moving quickly and it always kept my holster close to my body. I just bought a new belt a week or two ago (since I"m losing weight, I needed a smaller belt) and the new one is doing a great job.
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    That's a great deal. I'm gonna have to check out Tractor Supply. Here's another option, Amish belts. I've heard very good reviews about them.

    Hank's Clothing-Amish Belts
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX-JB View Post
    That's a great deal. I'm gonna have to check out Tractor Supply. Here's another option, Amish belts. I've heard very good reviews about them.

    Hank's Clothing-Amish Belts
    And free shipping. I need a black belt, probably gonna try this one. Thanks!

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    Thanks for the tip. Here is another good cheaper belt.

    Cabela's: Cabela's Double Duty Belt
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    Quote Originally Posted by wormy View Post
    Thanks for the tip. Here is another good cheaper belt.

    Cabela's: Cabela's Double Duty Belt
    Beware of the Cabelas DD belt. I tried one on the other night and the results were not good. The keeper is so close to the buckle I could just barely pass the end of the belt back through. This made putting it on and taking it off way more work than any belt should be.

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    TS belt

    Thanks for the tip! Stopped in yesterday and bought this one. It has an extra piece sewn into the center, a roller buckle and appears very well made for 20 bucks. Time will tell.
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