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Bigfoot Gun Belt

This is a discussion on Bigfoot Gun Belt within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Bump. I've been wearing a Relentless Tactical 14 oz. belt (no stiffener insert) for 2 years and it was okay with my Shield carried IWB, ...

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    I've been wearing a Relentless Tactical 14 oz. belt (no stiffener insert) for 2 years and it was okay with my Shield carried IWB, but did sag a bit. Recently got a Colt LW Commander and the belt wasn't cutting it. Lots of sag. Got my 14 oz. Bigfoot in the mail yesterday and am very satisfied. It's actually a bit thinner than the all leather Relentless, a bit rounded on the edges so the snaps of my holster work easier, looks great, and doesn't sag. Carries the weight of the Commander easily. I'm a satisfied customer.
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    I have a 14oz Bigfoot and It is supposed to have steel in it. I expected something stiffer. Itís fine and I have been wearing it for over a year. Not sure I would buy one again.
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    Seiously, Why do you need a steel core belt just to carry a Glock? I carried an all steel Combat Commander (both IWB & OWB) for years as a detective using a 1 1/4" Bianchi belt with no problem at all. A steel core belt seems too stiff for this old timer.
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    The one I have is not stiff at all, I wish it was.
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    Been wearing my Steel Core Big Foot Belt for a year. Great Belt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Struckat View Post
    I have a 14oz Bigfoot and It is supposed to have steel in it. I expected something stiffer. Itís fine and I have been wearing it for over a year. Not sure I would buy one again.
    Why don't you get a good magnet and check it? If they shipped wrong they might make it good.

    Mine rolls up easily but doesn't sag or bend side to side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MoreFord View Post
    Why don't you get a good magnet and check it? If they shipped wrong they might make it good.

    Mine rolls up easily but doesn't sag or bend side to side.
    Does a magnet stick to yours? I have tried that, no stick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Struckat View Post
    Does a magnet stick to yours? I have tried that, no stick.
    Struckat, I just tried that with a fairly weak kitchen refridge magnet. It doesn't stick.
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    I wear my 14 oz. Bigfoot all the time. It is probably overkill for my P365, and certainly is for my Kahr P380, but it can handle anything I own. I got the dark brown with the cowboy floral embossing with black hardware. (I notice on their web site they no longer appear to offer the dark brown.) I couldn't be happier with it after wearing other brand belts for years.
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    Not saying I donít like mine, I just thought it would be stiffer. I bought it for small guns and holsters with clips.
    It does work fine with larger guns, bot not as well as the thick stiff Tucker leather that I have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Struckat View Post
    Does a magnet stick to yours? I have tried that, no stick.
    With a weak kitchen refrigerator note clip magnet it doesn't stick but I can feel it attracted to the belt. With a gun magnet they stick together.
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