This is a discussion on Belt Options within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I recently purchased a Glock 27 and I ordered a High Noon Holster "Alter Ego" for IWB carry. I got the holster in the mail ...
I recently purchased a Glock 27 and I ordered a High Noon Holster "Alter Ego" for IWB carry. I got the holster in the mail today and was really impressed with the holster quality. My only problem is that I just realized I need a new belt to support the weight of the G27. I have been carrying for a while but nothing this heavy. I switch out carrying between a Taurus 85 and Ruger LCP so a good belt has never been needed. My only requirement for a belt is that it can be worn with dress clothes because I work in an office atmosphere. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
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- You never need a gun until you need one very badly.
- Running is for people who don't have ammo.
Beltman is awesome. I would warn you though, you are coming up on the holiday season and a new year, so order fast if you decide to go that route. Holster and belt makers always say their number of orders increases around the holidays, thus wait time increases, so order fast if you decide to.
Remember, no matter where you go, there you are.
If you wear dress slacks, a shark belt is dressy, but thin and stiff.
EOD - Initial success or total failure
Let me add yet another +1 for the Beltman. His products are pricey, but amazing to say the least. The leather is very high quality, very well made, and just the ticket for carrying a weapon. I wear mine nearly every day and am going to be buying a second one to wear with my suit. You can't go wrong with the Beltman.
I use Galco belts myself.
ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!
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