Originally Posted by Trade_Sniper
Quality leather gun belts, 2-3 week lead time.
This is a discussion on Need a belt - don't want to wait 12-18 weeks within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Does anyone know of any distributors/dealers that stock quality leather gun belts? Or a gun belt manufacturer that doesn't have a 12-18 week wait? I've ...
Does anyone know of any distributors/dealers that stock quality leather gun belts? Or a gun belt manufacturer that doesn't have a 12-18 week wait?
I've talked to several, including Milt Sparks, Lou Alessi, Lightning Arms, etc.
I want a quality belt, 1.5", black, pre-curved.
Are his belts pre-curved? I've been on that site before but saw no mention of it. Seems like I sent an email asking, but didn't get a response.Originally Posted by High Altitude
I got mine at www.mypolicestore.com and they were Akers B21 gun belts. They look like normal casual or dress belts but are mega re-enforced. around $38 - But I didn't realize the K & D made them - my next ones would go to him (sight unseen) he is that good!
Thanks for the recommendation, gentlemen.
My belts are cut on a straight line, rather than the contour like you are looking for.
Good luck in your search.
I don't think they are.Originally Posted by Trade_Sniper
Are you abolutely locked into a contoured belt?
Rafter S makes an awesome straight gun belt, not expensive & fast service.
When you’re wounded and left on Afghanistan’s plains,
And the women come out to cut up what remains,
Just roll to your rifle and blow out your brains,
And go to your God like a soldier.
Try Bluepress.com The instructor wilderness belts are strong and durable. merlin45kout
i think Gary Brommland Who also posts here is now selling the Wilderness belts
Rafter S does make superb belts and the price is right.
IIRC, Dillon (Blue Press) has outsourced it's gun leather and holster accessories. At least that's what I've heard.Originally Posted by merlin45k
Former Army Infantry Captain; 25 yrs as an NRA Certified Instructor; Avid practitioner of the martial art: KLIK-PAO.
But the wilderness belt was still made by wilderness tactile i think it was .. yes i think mitch rosen is making Dillions leather now
Thanks Bud Did'nt know but thats where I got mine.merlin45kout