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Dress Gun Belts

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by aguyindallas, May 2, 2007.

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  1. aguyindallas

    aguyindallas Member

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    Hey folks, show me your dress type gun belts. Who is your favorite dress gun belt maker? Got pics?
     
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    I like the reinforced Uncle Mikes Law Enforcement Reinforced Holster Belt/Dress Belt. It's a thin dress belt that they describe as:
    No, its not the equal of a proper full width gunbelt, but its the best I've seen for a solid skinny dress belt. It's not even that spendy, with an MSRP of $41.16

    (of course,if you have something better, let me know)
     
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    I use Milt Sparks.. :)

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  5. aguyindallas

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    Surely there are some folks other than Milt Sparks.

    My problem is that double thick dress belts are too large to fit through belt loops once you are are buckled. I cant get a double thick belt to go through a belt loops twice for the end.
     
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    I wear shirts and ties to work every day and I use two semi- dress leather belts and have a third dress belt for wear with suits. I alternate monday through friday with beltman 1 1/4 black leather/nickel and a 1 1/4 brown horsehide/brass belt. I have received many compliments on both of these.

    My suit dress belt is a gorgeous black sharkskin with nickel as shown here http://thebeltman.net/shark.htm.

    I have been real impressed with my belts as they hold up the weight of my j-frame with ease and they look real nice at the same time. If your looking for something really impressive ive been drooling over Tucker's Gunleather with the sterling buckels for years. I hope to own one myself someday.
     
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    Bulman gunleather

    Has the Urban Gun Belt (UGB) specifically designed to be dressy. Been wearing mine in the office for several years. Handsome and comfortable.
     
  10. LHB1

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    Favorite dress gun belts: Lou Alessi.

    Good shooting and be safe.
    LB
     
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