Anybody used or bought one of these?

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    Anybody used or bought one of these?

    Heavy duty Leather Belt - Men's Lifetime Belt - Duluth Trading Company

    Stumbled on it through a link on EDCForums.com - The Front Page.

    Looks to be a very solid built belt....possibly to use for a gun belt.
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    Not me, but the belt looks fine!!!
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    looks really glossy? I cant tell if it's the photochop filter they are using on it

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    It would probably work fine as a gun belt. At 1 3/4" and as thick as it appears should be no problem. I carry my compact 1911 on one that is very similar with no sagging or other problems at all. Some purists will say you need a real "gun belt". I disagree.

    http://www.agcustomgunleather.com/ Check these guys out. Their 1 1/2 " belts are in the same price range.
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    It'll work fine for a while, then it'll suddenly start to sag, and stretch. A lot. You'd be better off spending another forty bucks and buying one of the Beltman's belts, for a belt that will probably actually last a lifetime. The Wilderness Tactical makes great belts for about the same price if you don't need leather.

    I'm a big fan of Duluth Trading Co. (in fact, I'm wearing two items of clothing, and carrying a wallet of theirs right now), but you really do need a belt designed, and built, for carrying a gun.

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