Leather gun belt with switchable buckle?


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Carl
August 2, 2011, 01:21 PM
Here's my dilemma. I'm a fan of leather gun holsters and leather belts. The problem is I'm also a collector and wearer of brass belt buckles. The current belt I have now is nice and I can unscrew a small screw and switch out the buckle. The problem is with that belt, it's not quite a gun belt and it causes the OWB holster I have to sag out a little bit. I would switch to IWB holsters, but I'm really not a fan since I'm a slim guy and I'd have to either lose weight or start buying a bunch of slightly bigger pants to compensate.

My question, does anyone out there mass produce or even custom make a leather gun belt where the buckle is interchangeable? Thanks for any input.

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340PD
August 2, 2011, 01:34 PM
Every brand of gunbelt I own has removable screws for buckle removal and interchange. Here are the last two from

http://www.rgleather.freehomepage.com/

http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t320/gnystrom_photos/RGleatherbelts.jpg

JTQ
August 2, 2011, 01:56 PM
My question, does anyone out there mass produce or even custom make a leather gun belt where the buckle is interchangeable?
Just about every belt maker. They use what are called "Chicago screws".

The Beltman
http://www.thebeltman.net/

A&G Custom Leather
http://www.agcustomgunleather.com/

Name your favorite holster maker, Milt Sparks, Mitch Rosen, Tucker, High Noon, Kramer, etc., they all use Chicago screws for their belts.

g.a.stahle
August 2, 2011, 10:42 PM
I bought my belt from "The Cowboy and Shooter's Supply" and it has snap buttons to change out the buckle.

Lonerider357
August 3, 2011, 03:20 AM
Every belt I make has Chicago Screws, I don't trust snaps!

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