Need a few nice belts

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    Need a few nice belts

    I have searched the site and sponsors...and have not found what I am looking for...

    I carry a Glock 26, not the heaviest gun in the world, but apparently to heavy for my current belts. My "nice" Kenneth Cole (and the like) leather dress belts are not quite up to par and are starting to suck.

    I need a few NICE dress style belts that can handle holding a gun...

    Here's an idea on what I am looking for: Belts at Kenneth Cole Official Site

    Thanks 'y'all!!!

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    I've found the Galco SB3 dress belt quite satisfactory. I wear it regularly with khakis and a polo or dress shirt and it fits right in. I'd have no problem wearing it with slacks and a sports coat except that at 1-1/2" wide it would be larger than your normal dress belt: but the buckle and finish are just fine.

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    Just save yourself some time and got to Beltman. Very cllassy looking belts made for GUNS! Gun Belts by The Belt Man They even have Shark and Elephant hide. Very classy.
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    +1 for the beltman

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    Right on with The Beltman. Check out the tapered belts. Just got one last week. 1 3/4 casual wear for my G21 and jeans, but they have dressier belts as well.

    I think I could strap SEVERAL gun to that puppy and not have it sag.
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    I've been wearing a 1.5 inch cowhide gun belt from Rafter S Gunleather for several years and it has held up well.

    If I feel the need for a new gunbelt, I'll go for one of The Beltman's tapered models without hesitation.


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    Best belt I've ever bought - from Cabela's:

    Cabela's Double Prong Leather Belt

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    I would go with beltman or BlackHawk CQC belts
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    Another vote for Beltman. I thought I had a decent gun belt til I got my beltman, then I finally realized why people that carry every day recomend a good, purpose built gunbelt. It really does make a difference. Looks good too.
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    another +1 for beltman
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    Just save yourself some time and got to Beltman. Very cllassy looking belts made for GUNS! Gun Belts by The Belt Man They even have Shark and Elephant hide. Very classy.
    +1 on Beltman. I just have to accumulate more colors of them.

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