Need help with a belt

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    Need help with a belt

    I just got my Pure Kustoms Black Ops Pro in the mail today. It works surprisingly well with my standard non gun belt but I know that I need to get a real gun belt. I was hopping some of you have used these and could offer a few oppinions.

    Uncle Mikes Reinforced Holster - Dress Belt

    Galco Holsters CSB7 1.5" Wide COP Belt

    Hume Trouser Belt - Lined 1 1/4 Inches (B109L)

    The belt has to be dressy enough that I can wear it with a pair of dress slacks.

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    I can personally vouch for the Galco belts: they are high quality and nicely finished, very sturdy and classy-looking.

    Haven't had my hands on the other, but Hume has a solid reputation.

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    OK, I'll be the first of many to recommend the Beltman.

    Gun Belts by The Belt Man

    Well worth the short wait for quality.
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    I personally don't have one, but I hear the Beltman's stuff is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyBunny View Post
    OK, I'll be the first of many to recommend the Beltman.

    Gun Belts by The Belt Man

    Well worth the short wait for quality.
    I had considered a beltman as I have read good things about them but they aren't quite dressy enough for me.

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    This is my choice, in black.
    http://www.bianchi-intl.com/product/...TxtModelID=B26
    Plain enough to go from casual to dressy, sturdy enough to do the job, even with a carry gun that weighs 36.8 oz, empty.
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    Why not look at the Mitch Rosen "Express Line" belts?

    They are good quality, but not as nice as his "Premium" stuff. Dillon's sells them, or you can call Mitch direct and order. They are good enough that I use one when I'm wearing a suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugergirl View Post
    This is my choice, in black.
    Plain enough to go from casual to dressy, sturdy enough to do the job, even with a carry gun that weighs 36.8 oz, empty.
    The Belt Man is your choice in black? Or did you forget to post a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    The Belt Man is your choice in black? Or did you forget to post a link?
    Sorry, fixed that.
    Here is the link, again
    B26 *Professional™ Belt 1.5"
    If I remember correctly I paid around $60.00 for the belt, have been carrying daily since January and no wear marks or stretching, I'm happy with the quality and the looks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyBunny View Post
    OK, I'll be the first of many to recommend the Beltman.

    Gun Belts by The Belt Man

    Well worth the short wait for quality.
    This is totally 100% on... As I said getting the PK holster you wouldn't be disappointed,.. The Beltman makes belts that I guarantee you will be happy with..... I will suggest you get the 3/4" spacing on the holes.. With the 1" spacing if your waist goes up or down it can be a little snug or a little lose,... That is the only change I would make in mine..

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    You can't go wrong with a Beltman Belt. Mines been carrying a SS 1911 for about a year and it still does a great job and looks new. I agree with the 3/4 hole spacing.
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    I know you said the Beltman wasn't dressy enough for you, but I just got mine from him today, and must tell you that they look really fine! Quite a stylish belt, and probably the best quality I've ever seen in a belt. I don't have a lot of Armani, but I do have some, and this belt will work just fine with it, as well as look great on jeans.

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    As an owner of one of Rocky's work of art, I purchased a beltman. It is a wonderful belt and works with dress pant and suit, well not that suit but a regular suit

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    I'll back Galco. I have some that are over 20 years old and still look like new. They just won't wear out and will support any gun.
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    I decided on a Beltman and am not disappointed.
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