Now I just need a belt

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    Galco makes awesome belts. I got mine for around $75.
    Made a big difference when carrying the Glock in my MTAC IWB holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harley2007 View Post
    I personally like the 5.11 stiff nylon belts, easy to wear with anything and adjustable.
    Bought two of these because they're inexpensive. IMHO, they don't hold a candle to The Wilderness Instructor Belt. I don't even wear them. If you like 5.11, try the real thing, you'll love it!

    That said, I like leather too, and have a good tan gun belt from D.M. Bullard (fast shipping and inexpensive), and have a black Beltman Bullhide on order. Should be here in 3 weeks or so.
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    I wore a supertuck for a few months without a gun belt, didn't have extra cash, and then ordered a wilderness. Completely different world for sure. I recommend the wilderness for a first gun belt for a few reasons. First you don't have to wait more than a week, second it's a bit cheaper than other leather belts, and three it just works. I will be getting myself a leather one soon though.
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    Hey Guys, I just ordered a shark skin belt from Little Bear Holsters. Dave Galloway can provide you with a good assortment of belts. Before you spend any money, I would take a look. I researched just about every holster/belt maker out there from a list on Beretta forum.
    Dave offers the best value in my opinion for a lower cost.

    www.littlebearholsters.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBPDXOR View Post
    Hey Guys, I just ordered a shark skin belt from Little Bear Holsters. Dave Galloway can provide you with a good assortment of belts. Before you spend any money, I would take a look. I researched just about every holster/belt maker out there from a list on Beretta forum.
    Dave offers the best value in my opinion for a lower cost.

    Little Bear Custom Holsters - *****I am not one to sit around and talk about myself but here it goes.My name is Dave Galloway,*I built this company after leaving*the military/law enforcement, in 2006, after 10 years.* I have extensive small a

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    I have a Gator Belt from Dave. Best Bang for the buck out there right now. Plus he seems like a all around good guy.

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    I've been wearing my new Crossbreed belt for a couple days now. It is thick, and mine has the velcro back which makes it a little thicker, but so far has been very comfortable. I have no problem getting it through the belt loops of either my blue jeans or Docker khaki pants. I'd definitely recommend it.

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    Beltman!!!

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    Wilderness Instructor 5-Stitch is pretty hard to beat in this regard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane View Post
    Ive got a crossbreed belt and love it. It is thick but you dont notice when its on. I wear mine everyday even when not carrying. Id say go for it.
    agree 100%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Sarge View Post
    Beltman!!!
    +1 big time. I've had two belts from The Beltman and another one on the way. Excellent belts and top notch customer service.

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