Welcome to the forum, Justin!
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Good Afternoon Everyone,
I came across this site while looking up more CCW information to increase my information. I am a U.S Soldier stationed at Fort Wainwright, Alaska. I am getting my CCW next month (though I do carry, because Alaska lets you carry concealed if you are an AK resident).
I carry a SIG 226/.357 in a CTAC holster and am using the advice on some of the threads on here and going into town to find a good gunbelt or order one on-line. Does anyone out there use a gunbelt with the CTAC holster and can give me a good link that they enjoy.
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Welcome Justin -
I am sure you will get feedback on your question. We all pretty much agree on the worth of a good belt!
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Hey, another Alaskan, very good. Welcome, just been here a bit but there are many nice folks here.
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You are very welcome here soldier.
Please join right in anywhere on the forum.
Welcome, good luck on your search. You made a few friends by mentioning you carry a sig 226, but have you checked out the 1911 pattern yet?
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Thank you for your service to the country! Welcome!
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Welcome to the forum. Thanks for taking the time to register, and don't mind Bruce, SIGs rule!
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