My #2 and 3 most used are the Graith and Wilderness belts, mentioned above.
My #4 most used is a Bigfoot steel core, which works great for a heavy revolver, or other full sized steel guns.
I also have a Kore gunbelt. It worked great for about 2 years, then I've had the buckle break (replaced) and the plastic core break. They've supposedly improved both the belt and buckle, but I'm still a bit skeptical about durability.
Had a few other riggers and leather belts along the way, none worth commenting on other than you get what you pay for.
The RGB is a nice leather track belt that will handle some weight...and has a lifetime warranty. The Kore tactical nylon belt is a lot stiffer than their leather belt and has been holding up well for me. The buckle for the Kore leather and tactical have been improved.
My favorite gun belt is my Armour double layer belt. I finalized the size after talking to the maker on the phone. It is a bit thicker than 1/4" and that poses a problem for the slots or metal clips in some holsters, but it is firm enough to hold any gun securely.
My least favorite is the Kore Essentials gun belt. It is dressy looking and infinitely adjustable for size, but the plastic stiffener broke shortly after using it a few times and, in my opinion, it is not sturdy enough to support a large or heavy gun.
I have one Red Nichols "Sidewinder" belt that is an extremely comfortable belt due to how it is cut from the leather with a triple curve and the use of a reduced width for ends of the belt that makes it easier to bend over.
I replace all my red dot batteries annually, at my birthday, and nearly all are CR-2032 button batteries. This year I was one battery short and decided to see how long my EDC would last.
In my Shield RMSc the basic Energizer CR-2032 lasted just over 13 months before it quit.
Replaced it this...
First of all, I totally love LED flashlights. They offer a lot of power in a small package and with good battery life. I probably have about 15 or more I've bought over the years.
Now the down side. Why can't I get a decent one with a plain ON/OFF function? I hate that on every one I buy these...
I got a 10 x 12 Level IIIA Lightweight steel plate on sale from these folks. They are having a pretty good sale right now for the 4th of July.
I have two vests...
A quick don one with Level IIIA soft armor in the back and the Lightweight Steel Level IIIA plate in...
Just visited with one of the guys I walked the streets with on some dark nights, and we compared notes. The prevailing thought is that we may have some more of those in the future - unless things change for the better.
One item I am lacking that is rather more important than most others is...
A forum community dedicated to defensive firearm owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about everyday carry, optics, holsters, gunsmithing, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!