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Beltman: excellent workmanship

This is a discussion on Beltman: excellent workmanship within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I just received 2 of his 1.5 belts. Were on time right as promised. I thought I had owned high quality belts in the past, ...

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    I just received 2 of his 1.5 belts. Were on time right as promised. I thought I had owned high quality belts in the past, but they were absolutely no match for these, particularly when it comes to holding a holster.

    Pistol feels significantly more secure on my hip.

    Excellent job Beltman!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by freetrapper View Post
    I bought a belt from Gunners Alley a while back and it looks exactly like the belts in the picture. Does The Belt Man make those belts for them?
    Yup.

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    Elephant. Interesting, never seen them before. They look great but good lord that exotic skin is expensive. I'll stick to good old bull hide i guess

    edit: think my girlfriend will kill me if i get her a pink elephant gun belt for xmas?

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    Picked up a horsehide velcro lined 1.25 from Jim... Best belt I have owned, and I have several other custom manufacturers as well. I find that his Horsehide 1.25 is being worn more than my 1.5 "others" just because it works so well. Kudos to a good guy making a good product...
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    Question - Those Black Buckles

    What are those black buckles made out of? Does the black scratch off ? And, how long did it take for your order to arrive?

    My waist is gettin' bigger, thanks to Ben n' Jerry ... and I'll have to get another belt before the year ends.

    Thanks in advance ....

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    Excellent belt!!!!!!!! Can't praise his work enough:

    Sharkskin 1.5" belt by TheBeltMan:


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    I have 2 of them also, 1 1/2 brown and black. I got the added holes for more adjustment. Really like them.
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    I liked Kashton's picture. $130 belt, $10 pair of jeans.

    Sorry, couldn't resist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stewartjwnls View Post
    I liked Kashton's picture. $130 belt, $10 pair of jeans.

    Sorry, couldn't resist.
    A man's gotta have his priorities.

    I've been wearing my 1.5 bullhide belt from TheBeltMan every day for over a year now, and I could not be more impressed. It's taken the place of my other belts, even when I'm not wearing my gun. Anything else just feels... flimsy.

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    Lol, actually those are fairly expensive jeans that happened to be on sale at the Lucky brand store

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