Cabela's Double Duty Belts

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    Cabela's Double Duty Belts

    Cabela's Double Duty Belts are on sale for 24.99!!!!!!

    I love mine, its 1 .5" wide, double thick & very stiff. Support my XD like a champ!

    I paid 39.99 for mine. This is a steal. I ordered another one in Black.
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    I'm looking at that too but how would it look with a suit?
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    I don't think it would look too bad with a suit, Fisherman
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fisherman View Post
    I'm looking at that too but how would it look with a suit?
    It would look OK...I wear mine with slacks and a dress shirt...For the price Bro, you cant go wrong!
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    I appreciate the post! I have been wanting a "gun" belt but have been apprehensive with the prices! I will try this one for 25.00!!!!! Order was placed today!

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    Thanks for the info. I'm going to get one. My pants are 40's. What size belt should I order? I want to lose a couple of inches in the near future. Are there enough holes that I can just cinch it up tighter when I lose some weight?
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    I'd read the online reviews before buying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgg9 View Post
    I'd read the online reviews before buying.
    I read the first twenty, then scanned the "stars" on the other forty-nine reviews. It looks like people either love it or hate it; there is very little in-between. There did appear to be more four/five star reviews than ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by falcon1 View Post
    I read the first twenty, then scanned the "stars" on the other forty-nine reviews. It looks like people either love it or hate it; there is very little in-between. There did appear to be more four/five star reviews than ones.
    The key thing with these online reviews is to look at WHY those that panned it, did so. Some of course are just frivolous -- "it's too thick" -- IOW they didn't know it's a gun belt. But a lot of the reviewers are pointing out that the main snaps that hold the buckle on are cheap and come apart easily. Better belts use Chicago Screws. This belt uses something much flimsier, apparently. Most buyers won't notice that if nothing goes wrong, but a fair percentage did.

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    I looked at the reviews and noticed the ones that apparently didn't know it's a gun belt and needs to be thick.

    Would it be possible for me to replace the snaps with Chicago screws myself? Sounds like a simple fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgg9 View Post
    The key thing with these online reviews is to look at WHY those that panned it, did so. Some of course are just frivolous -- "it's too thick" -- IOW they didn't know it's a gun belt. But a lot of the reviewers are pointing out that the main snaps that hold the buckle on are cheap and come apart easily. Better belts use Chicago Screws. This belt uses something much flimsier, apparently. Most buyers won't notice that if nothing goes wrong, but a fair percentage did.
    Yes, noticed the snaps issue when some said the buckle was poor, but could be replaced with another since the belts used snaps. Wear was also an issue, evidently....
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    I;ve been wearing mine for a while and the snaps seem to be holding up fine. I have not tried to unsnap them and have no reason too.

    I have some Chicago screw and will replace if they break. All in all I'm pleased with how it supports my XD. For the money even if I eventually have to replace the snaps with chicago screw you cant go wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billfromtx View Post
    I;ve been wearing mine for a while and the snaps seem to be holding up fine. I have not tried to unsnap them and have no reason too.

    I have some Chicago screw and will replace if they break. All in all I'm pleased with how it supports my XD. For the money even if I eventually have to replace the snaps with chicago screw you cant go wrong.
    Yes. After all, it's only $25 for a thick heavy belt.

    Just ordered. I'll replace with the screws if I have to.

    Now, to get another holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fisherman View Post

    Hey Bill! What part of S. Texas do you live in?
    I live in Bishop, a little north of Kingsville.
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