Big guy gun belts - where?

Big guy gun belts - where?

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    Big guy gun belts - where?

    Where would you recommend I go to get a plain-looking 1.5" gun belt with a velcro back... in "huge"? My current belt length is 58".

    I mean, aside from going to Weight Watchers.
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    http://thewilderness.com/
    Don't know about the plain looking or velcro back, but they can fit you in a gun belt.
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    How about 2 29's hooked together
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    Quote Originally Posted by lump532 View Post
    +1 they seem to be the answer.
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    I recommend Gun Belts by The Belt Man. I have belts from him so I know they are very good, but I am sure that other custom makers can easily accomodate your needs. Just google "gun belts" and you will get a huge list.

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    Here's another for the BeltMan. I have two of his belts and I make you look skinny.

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    Another +1 for the Beltman. I always figure as long as there's a leather producing creature on the planet bigger than me, the Beltman can make a belt out of it that will work great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    How about 2 29's hooked together
    I guess with that sig line I'll take that...

    Actually, that was a great line! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Husker View Post
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    Don't know about the plain looking or velcro back, but they can fit you in a gun belt.

    Best belt I have ever owned and unless I'm in dressy attire, I never wear a leather belt!

    The Wildernes 5-Stitch is great for the infinite option of adjustment. Are you between holes in a certain pair pants or when you IWB carry with you leather belt? Doesn't matter with a Wilderness!! No holes, just velcro for the perfect fit, no matter what!
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    Belt Man has great belts.

    I also am girth challenged and they made quite a nice one with velcro for me.

    On a side note, being girthy I sometimes find that suspenders are useful but attachments are difficult. So my tip of the day is get some two inch wide webbing and cut into four, 3-inch length pieces. Get some two inch adhesive back velcro strips. Cut to size and attach hooked velcro to one side. Sew if you want, though I haven't had to yet. Attach you vecro/webbing tabs to the inside of your velcro-backed belt from Beltman. The tabs should stick up 1 inch above the top of the belt. Clamp suspender teeth to these tabs and you are good to go. You're a real belt and suspenders guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenris View Post
    Belt Man has great belts.

    I also am girth challenged and they made quite a nice one with velcro for me.

    On a side note, being girthy I sometimes find that suspenders are useful but attachments are difficult. ....
    Actually, I *am* a belt-and-suspenders kind of gut (goes with the visor, bow tie and sleeve protectors I use doing payroll). I wear Perry Suspenders (the grab the belt, not the slacks). Thanks!
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    I too am wide of girth.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenris View Post
    Belt Man has great belts.

    I also am girth challenged and they made quite a nice one with velcro for me.

    On a side note, being girthy I sometimes find that suspenders are useful but attachments are difficult. So my tip of the day is get some two inch wide webbing and cut into four, 3-inch length pieces. Get some two inch adhesive back velcro strips. Cut to size and attach hooked velcro to one side. Sew if you want, though I haven't had to yet. Attach you vecro/webbing tabs to the inside of your velcro-backed belt from Beltman. The tabs should stick up 1 inch above the top of the belt. Clamp suspender teeth to these tabs and you are good to go. You're a real belt and suspenders guy.
    What I have done to make things cheap and easy is sew two large military pistol belts together. I am near a 64 waist, and there was no way I was going to find a belt to work. After the first tacking stitches I found a good place on both sides to shorten them then recut and made my final stitching. The stitching is hard, but if you have ever stitched leather it will be no problem for you. Now I can use all the alice and molle gear easily with the weight all on my shoulders.
    I am no expert, but it worked for me.

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