As seen on TV, the "short belt." Could this be helpful to gun toters?

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    Well, I'd have to wear four (4) of them, so I might as well invest in a full belt!
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    If you put a gun to my head and told me I had to find a way to conceal a handgun with this contraption; I think I'd wear it on one side and the holster (IWB, obviously) on the opposite. The belt thing pulls the pants together against themselves, so if your weapon is on the other side, it's being pulled against your hip.

    If you don't believe me, take your belt off and pull two loops on your left side together, is your right side tightening against you?
    Then again I wear pants that fit and I can IWB my little PPS without a belt at all, around the house at least.

    And why's everyone look like they're from a 90's after school special about ghettos?
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    Not for me. Another funny thread. Looks like my belt from 6th grade

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    I can't even see a purpose for this, let alone, paying over 20 bucks for one. But, you never know. Pet rocks were stupid, but people bought them.

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    no just no

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    Ok I'll grant you that. I don't wear many womens pants so I'm not in-the-know. .
    Many?

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    Looks to me like it is just for show. It serves no useful purpose other than that and that, to me, is useless so I say it serves no useful purpose.
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    I bought one just for the bottle opener belt buckle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phreddy View Post
    Many?
    Exaggeration, by many I mean Zero! Sorry to crush your hopes.
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    I see a large market for these in California.

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    if I'm buying a belt I want the whole thing not part of it!

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