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This is a discussion on Gun Belts within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; rocks66ss, take a look and if we can help, just let us know....

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    rocks66ss, take a look and if we can help, just let us know.
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    Hands down, the best belt i have ever owned. I have had it for 8 months and it still wears like day 1!

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    Galco for me, about $65.


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    Thanks for everyone's suggestions. I will check them all out and hopefully find one that suits my needs. I appreciate everyone's input.

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    Wilderness or Beltman has always worked for me. You get what you pay for.

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    A&G leather is absolutely superb.

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    Never heard a bad word about Nate's work. Very reasonably priced, starting @ $65.

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    I'd hit up Kary Welch. Endeavor Stitch Works. Makes great stuff and awesome customer service.

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    I have an Ares Ranger belt...I think it was around $75. I like it a lot and because it does not have belt holes, it is extremely adjustable. It's made with scuba webbing, and I can't imagine wearing it out, which was a concern that I had with a leather belt.
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    I'm waiting on a beltman 1 3/4" belt. I'll update when I get it but I can't wait. Figured I would spend the money now and not go through a bunch of other "cheaper" alternatives. I've never heard a negative review on the beltman so I went for it.

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    I love my 5.11 Tactical trainers belt. Its suuuuuuuuper heavy duty. The buckle is the most heavy duty buckle I have ever seen. It looks stronger then some carabiners.

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    Another satisfied Belt Man owner. I ordered one of their quick ship belts, $87 to the door in about a week. It has been said a thousand times that a good belt makes a night and day difference. I didnt understand that until I got my Belt Man belt. Ill never go back.

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    Hows about under 30$ with free shipping? I know, I know...some will poo-poo it just on principal, but I got one as a gift, and it is better than my $100+ gun belt...Amish Belts - Black

    I carry a full size steel Gov't model in a crossbreed and an extra magazine on this belt everyday all day...it is a tough, strong, simple belt that works great for CCW...

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    I have a Comp-Tac belt ($85--ships in 2 days) that I've had for a year of moderate to heavy use. It has carried very well. My only complaint, is that the edges of it are not burnished, so it looks a little less "finished". It was worth the price just for the durability, IMO. I just bought an A&G ($70 for a quickship--ships next day) that I've been using for about a week. Looks great, carries very well. I can't say how it will last, but I'm pleased at this point. It has a little more of a "finished" look than the Comp-Tac belt, which is what I was looking for.

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    Check out Nate's belts at UBG Holsters Just bought my dad a belt (and holster) for his birthday....
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