Dogs love horse hide

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    Dogs love horse hide

    I stumbled upon this auction on ebay

    The Beltman Gun Belt Horse Hide - eBay (item 160395621609 end time Jan-23-10 1122 PST)

    sucks for that guy

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    musta been a gerbil sized dog,my dog woulda been out in the yard howling trying to get the buckle to pass
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    musta been a gerbil sized dog,my dog woulda been out in the yard howling trying to get the buckle to pass
    LOL.

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    Slip this over the end and have a the only Western Beltman Belt

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    Slip this over the end and have a the only Western Beltman Belt


    If that belt were a real man's size, I would bid on it and do just that!
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    musta been a gerbil sized dog,my dog woulda been out in the yard howling trying to get the buckle to pass

    LOL.
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    I'm curious what it ends up going for, I guess I'm the odd man out I wouldn't mind a belt with a little nibble on the end;) Especially if it goes for a tenth of the price;)

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    I'm with you there luke.
    If it were my size, I'd really have bid on it!
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    thats not much damage if i was a 37 i'd go for it...wonder what size dad is...heck even for that price i could buy it, send it back to beltman pay them to resize it and still be good to go

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    " You are bidding on an official Beltman gun belt. This belt is 1.5 inches wide, is cordovan horse hide, and has a square chrome belt buckle. Additionally it is a size 37 according to the instructions on The Beltman website."

    I wonder why he didn't just look at the "37" stamped right into the leather?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arko View Post
    I'm with you there luke.
    If it were my size, I'd really have bid on it!
    +1 on that! I was thinking the same thing.
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    I believe I can make a 37 work,and I can punch an xtra hole if need be,nobody will ever see the toof marks cause they will be under my mag pouch
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    I believe I can make a 37 work,and I can punch an xtra hole if need be,nobody will ever see the toof marks cause they will be under my mag pouch
    I have a Beltman in a 38 but I wear 34 pants in the waist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majorlk View Post
    " You are bidding on an official Beltman gun belt. This belt is 1.5 inches wide, is cordovan horse hide, and has a square chrome belt buckle. Additionally it is a size 37 according to the instructions on The Beltman website."

    I wonder why he didn't just look at the "37" stamped right into the leather?
    because he wants you to go to the website and see how the 37 is measured per beltman's instructions....its not necessarily the same as walking into a walmart and picking a belt off the rack....

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    I hope the guy is not charging extra for the doggie drooble.

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