Great stuff ive had one for 1/12 yrs
This is a discussion on Bullhide Gun Belts within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I've looked for years to find a great gun belt and finally my task was accomplished when I discovered bullhide Belts. I place an order ...
I've looked for years to find a great gun belt and finally my task was accomplished when I discovered bullhide Belts. I place an order for one of their leaf tooled gun belts last Wednesday and received it today. I am very impressed with the quality and excellent workmanship that went into this belt it is truly a gun belt that will give many, many years of service. No. I'm not an employee or company representative and I don't own any of their stock either. I am just super impressed with their product and quick service. If you're looking for a gun belt, give them a try you won't be disappointed.
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Show us some pics so we can admire it as well.
Been using them for years. Fast, fair price, quality gear. Has Beltman beat hands down.
I have 3 belts from bullhide belts, 2 black (one for work that gets all dirty) and one brown. All have met and exceeded my expectations for a good gun belt.
The stupidity of some people NEVER ceases to amaze me.
Anybody use the regular dress belts from bullhide? I just purchased an alien gear holster and am now looking at a good gun belt. Pretty sure I will be purchasing one of these bullhide belts, but also something that i can wear daily. I am wondering if the dress belts would still be good enough to use for a gun belt when I do carry.
I have a a brown one from bull hide...Awesome belt! Will be getting a black one soon.
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Have you guys used a belt for pants and a second belt for holster.
I've looked at them for some time and really like the celtic knot brown. I've gone back and forth between them and a better belt. I need to get one or another soon. I need a new belt .
I have had my share of belts from stores.. a few months ago I finally purchased my first leather gun (service) belt.. major difference on holster control (I knew it would) but also in pants retention..
I now have a black from a gun show and a new brown from TheHolsterStore.net ... can be a tight fit in other than jeans/tactical pants.. Love em.. won't go back to aka heavy duty belts from stores ever again!
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As long as it will hold my Glock 21 .45 with out a sag or pulling my pants I will order. Hell I am going to order anyway. LOL
One correction though. They aren't hand tooled in the traditional sense. No way could they do that and make any money at it. They have a custom made embossing wheel which lays in the design.
The belts are nicely finished and are clearly made with quality in mind. I bookmarked the site for future reference.
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I've been happy with my belts from BullhideBelts.com, but eventually I do want to try a double layer belt just to see how much difference there is.
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I got one expecting more than it could give....... I still need my suspenders, but it doesn't sag with the gun weight.