CCW Belt

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    CCW Belt

    I hope this is the right forum. I'm looking for a decent carry belt for IWB. Something casual and not to pricey. What do you use?

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    Check out http://www.thebeltman.net/

    I believe he has the best quality for a reasonably priced belt... I now have 2 that are excellent quality... I wear one every day in jeans, as well as at work.
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    Also - try a search here on belt ..... you'll probably get a lotta hits but some past threads have had some good opinions and advice.
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    Here's the belts I use, depending on how I'm dressed:

    Ted Blocker LFI Belt 1.5" (Black)
    Bruce Gibson 1.5" (Mahogany with stamping/Western)
    Mitch Rosen 1.25" Dress Belt (Black)
    The Beltman 1.25" Dress Belt (Cordovan)

    All of these are dedicated Gun Belts. You can't really go wrong with any of them. Bruce Gibson is a member of the forum and makes leather gear, but is just starting to "dabble" in holsters.

    Soon I will add a Mark Garrity Belt to the mix to go with his holster that he is making for me. You will pay more for a dedicated Gun Belt, but it's cheaper in the long run. I've been using my Ted Blocker for about 4 Days/Week for the last 4 years. It's just getting "Broken In".

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    Liger belts might work for you.

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    I've got two Ligers, black and brown, and love them. Check them out at http://www.1sks.com/store/maxpeditio...-gun-belt.html
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    I've got two of these...they work very well...

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    The Liger belts are nice, because they aren't thick like a gun belt. They're practicaly indestructable & clean looking, IMHO.
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    http://www.raftersgunleather.com/

    Great belts for about 50 bucks.

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    I've used a Galco Contour belt for dress wear and a Galco training belt as well as belts from Rafter S Gunleather. All have served me well for 3 years (newest) up to 7 years.
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    Love my Milt Sparks belt. Don't like my Beltman belt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by screwman View Post
    http://www.raftersgunleather.com/

    Great belts for about 50 bucks.

    Mike
    I can vouch for that.........I got a sharkskin belt I wear every day and it's easily the best belt I've ever owned. It might even outlast me!!


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    Amazingly enough, these work very well and are only $25.



    Carhartt web belts

    They are made with layer of very stiff Cordura webbing over a leather layer. There is enough spacing between the buckle holes to stick one in between when one hole is too loose and the next is too tight.

    I ordered a Wilderness Instructor Belt yesterday to give that a whirl.

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    I'm another that really thinks the Beltman is the way to go. I own 3, 2 x 1.25" dress belts, and 1x 1.5" dress belt and I have an order in for 2 additional 1.5" belts.

    Based on the belt, I wear them with jeans, khakis or suits.
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