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    Captain Itch (Heavy Leather Belt). He makes a gun belt too, but I think it's overkill (unless you're carrying something really heavy).

    Great guy, quality stuff, good price.

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    Look here: Belts

    Also check your local Tractor Supply Co. There's been at least one thread here about their belts

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZJD1968 View Post
    I use this belt everyday, for everything. Very good support and reasonably priced.
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    +1 for the Wilderness belt, I recommend the 5 stitch

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    I love my belt from A Better Belt USA . Been wearing mine everyday for a year, and have put it through terrible abuse. I'm happy to report that it still looks and feels like it's almost new. Great people to work with, and reasonable prices too.
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    I got 2 5.11 casual belts last year. Still wearing the first one. Looks great and is super strong. Google 5.11 belt on sale. I got mine for about $8.00 each! I should have bought a dozen instead of 2!
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    Here is a vid I did comparing the various 5.11 belts to maybe give you an idea why you're spending some money on a belt. I prefer The Wilderness belts though. I think the go for around $40 with the steel buckle.

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    I just ordered two belts from here: Rodek Leather Works, Inc. - Belts

    When I get them I will let you know how I like them. I also have a beltman and 5.11 casual. I found him on the advice of a member from another forum. Both belts plus shipping was approx $32.00
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    Helwig.They aren't cheap, but, you'll be happy. I"ve used mine for years, shooting IDPA, and now that we can legally carry, it works great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassethound View Post
    Just got one from this guy, good stuff, good price!!!
    New Gunbelts by Jerry Bissell
    Here is his email address: jbissell@triad.rr.com
    Just ordered one of these yesterday, can't wait for it come come in, only $55 to yout door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elk Hunter View Post
    +1 for the Wilderness belt, I recommend the 5 stitch
    Make that +2. Just received mine and it is better than my 5.11 operator belt IMO. Ordering another one in a few days in a different color.


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    AG Gunleather. 70 bucks and worth every nickel. Al knows his hides. Most impressed. Outstanding to do business with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by multistage View Post
    AG Gunleather. 70 bucks and worth every nickel. Al knows his hides. Most impressed. Outstanding to do business with.
    I ordered one from A&Get last week. I had a couple of questions concerning length for my particular circumstances and Al helped me order the optimum length for my needs. Now all I have to do is wait.

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    I have a Galco 1 and 1/2 inch leather gun belt I wear with Levis and a Wilderness 5 stitch instructor belt I wear with cargo pants/shorts. Love 'em both. Carry a full size 1911, which isn't light weight, and have no problems with either of these two belts.
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    Beltman!!!

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