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Who makes good belts for wearing holsters?

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by bdoub1eu, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. bdoub1eu

    bdoub1eu

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    Sorry, I did do a search but couldn't come up with much...Just wanted a few places that make good, stiff leather belts that you guys have used.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    I found a good everyday leather belt on sale in JC Penney's. 1 1/2" wide, about 1/8" thick. Holds up all pants, holsters, guns. Good Luck
     
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    Don Hume or Aker.
     
  4. CharlestonG26

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    Try a "Google search"...it comes up with many useful hits. Beltman appears first on the one I just did...and they produce a high quality product.
     
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    Bang for buck. Galco.


    DH
     
  6. ChipM

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    A&G Custom Gunleather makes absolutely wonderful belts. I own one from them and one from The Belt Man. They are worth every penny.

    http://www.agcustomgunleather.com/
     
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    A lot of people make good gun belts. In my experience, Jim at the Beltman stands behind his product the best. There are a lot of good products, but not a lot of excellent customer service.

    www.thebeltman.net
     
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    The Beltman, Crossbreed, Aker, Comp-Tac, etc... Do your search in "carry issues" & you will get tons of threads.
     
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    Gotta agree. I picked up their version of the five stitch instructor's belt and I like it a lot.
     
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    Carhartt work wear. Just stiff, basic belt at a good price.
     
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    Kramer Leather. Also, the Wilderness Original Instructor belts is great, get the 5 stitch. The nice thing about these is the fact that they are adjustable, you are not restricted to specific holes.

    MB
     
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    Theres a guy on you tube named sootch00. He just did a review on a really good gun belt. Look him up and you should find the review. He also tells you where to order it. I would post the link but dont know how. good luck
     
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    The Beltman

    Gunner's Alley gun belt (it's a 5 hole Beltman)

    Wilderness Instructor's Belt (I tend to wear this one the most as it's not leather and doesn't scratch).
     
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    Dutyman makes a good belt.
     
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    A lot of companies make good gun belts. I wear a Crossbreed belt and it's thick and has stood up very well so far.
     
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    Thanks guys! Lots to choose from...