This is a discussion on Invest in a good GUN belt! within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; It's like people who want a fast car... they spend $1,000's on speed components, and whine about a $200 upgrade in the braking or suspension ...
It's like people who want a fast car... they spend $1,000's on speed components, and whine about a $200 upgrade in the braking or suspension department.
Gun belts are hard to find locally... well, for me anyway. Closest I could find was a Tractor Supply store... still have it, and it works well, but they stopped selling them which is when I went to Hanks, and probably always will - they have a size guide on their site to help you get the right size the first time using your existing belt.
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I like my beltman belt. A gunbelt makes a huge difference and you can get a starter Gun Belt without breaking the bank. After you see the difference that it makes you can then look for a better one
A real man loves his wife, and places his family as the most important thing in life. Nothing has brought me more peace and content in life than simply being a good husband and father.
I use a UBG belt, and a couple of his holsters, he does some fine work, and right now he has elephant available, not sure but would think that would make an awesome belt.
Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you, Jesus Christ and the American GI. One died for your soul, the other for your freedom.
I asked my stock broker the other day, what I should be investing in ....his reply, canned goods n ammo !!!
Gun belts are much like cigars, dogs, bourbon & wives. There's few things in this life worse than a BAD one & few things better in the world than a GOOD one! Trust me, once you enjoy the difference, you will NEVER go back.
There are only TWO kinds of people in this world; those who describe the world as filled with two kinds of people...and those who don't.
Not to be anti American but I got a hand made leather belt while on vacation in Mexico for 10 bucks. It is the best belt I own.
My DeSantis belt is a close second but that one was over 50 bucks.
Although I have a 5.11 and a few similar belts, I have 2 Galco belts that I have had since I was a cop. One is close to 10 years old and is nearly in the same shape as the day I got it. With the amount of use I put my gear through that really says a whole lot.
U.S. Army Desert Storm Veteran
Certified Police Firearms Instructor
Former US Customs Blue Lighting Strike Force Commissioned Officer
Advanced Highway Drug Interdiction Specialist
Graduate Regional Counter Drug Training Academy
Graduate of Bullet Proof Mind Course - (Dave Grossman Course)
Totally agree with you . Been through several that I THOUGHT were good belts. Just recently, I also purchased a belt from Bullhide Belts. Spent a little more 75$ shipped and received it in 6 days. Great product and would encourage everyone to check out their product line.
Which only fits one gun... the belt will fit any gun. :)
Ok, I'm convinced. Just ordered a "ready to ship" belt from The Beltman.
I have two Wilderness Instructor 'stiffened' nylon belts that have done a great job if a nylon belt fits in to where you have to visit or work. About $50. IWB and paddle-type holsters are well supported by this belt.