Originally Posted by Jason D
I had a good quality American made Looper belt that I carried on for many years. It was a good trouser belt made from a fairly thin single piece of leather.
I carried on it for a long time thinking it was good enough and never noticing the droop so much. It wasn't until I carried like that a lot then moved up to a real gun belt that I noticed the difference.
I'm not kidding when I say I thought the Looper was good enough.
I progressed to a Hume double thickness gunbelt, then through several others before arriving at the Wilderness CSM.
Looper makes some of the best gun belts around, at reasonable prices too. $45 for a kydex reinforced belt with a lifetime warranty against drooping or stretching.