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KD Belts

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    KD Belts

    Any of you fine Gents or Ladies used a belt from the K-man of KD holsters, Just curious looking into ording one seems like a pretty nice guy from the advice he has given on here looking for a good quality belt no bells and whistles just good ol bullhide built tough to handle this 1911 I pack around
    I have considered Rafters also any more good ones out there that dont have a 2 month waiting list my luck i'd grow out of it before i get it .......Darn clown and his burgers LOL


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    Contact Looper Leathergoods out of OKC at 1-800-299-5667. They make one called the Looper Kydex belt. It's 2 layers of leather with a strip of Kydex sandwiched between for a GUARANTEED no warping belt...if it warps - they replace it F-R-E-E! They sell for $29.95 + tax and shipping. When it was all said and done, mine came to just under $40 total.

    And here's the best part...

    They PROBABLY have your size IN STOCK!!!

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    I had kevin make me a belt at the same time as my Laredo Defender.
    One of the nicest belts I've ever owned and I have a had a bunch from several makers.

    Reasonable price and super high quality.
    There are no problems in life too large to be handled by the use of small arms and high explosives

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    $10.00 transfers in Houston, Texas

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    Kevin makes a nice belt, plenty stiff and strong. Beltman also makes a nice belt. The nicest belt I've got is from Andrews Leather, does not have the heavy, thick gun belt look to it, but it is a great gun belt, supports my Mc DII and Kahr K40 very nicely.

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    Kevin makes a great belt!! Highly recommend him!

    www.kdholsters.com

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    I opted for a belt without the liner. Mine has already warped. Fits well and works great, but it is warped. How much warpage is normal?

    I might try one of loopers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a_kayaker View Post
    I opted for a belt without the liner. Mine has already warped. Fits well and works great, but it is warped. How much warpage is normal?

    I might try one of loopers.
    You don't wind up with a "banana" belt when you get one from Loopers...try it, try it - you will see!
    Last edited by Glock 'em down; June 14th, 2007 at 10:22 AM.

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    There is nothing wrong with a belt "warping" or curving to fit your body.
    I've had some really nice belts over the years that are still more than serviceable and have taken on a very pronounced curve. As long as the belt remains stiff where it needs to there is nothing to worry about.

    The only thing I really hate about a nice leather belt is that it gets scuffed where the holster or accessory is mounted .
    There are no problems in life too large to be handled by the use of small arms and high explosives

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    I have also been looking at a belt, as I am about to purchase a CompTAC holster for my G19. Has anyone tried the velcro on the belt with the V-clips? I looked at the Kydex reinforced belts, but am wondering if the whole velcro thing is a little on the hokey side...

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