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Gun belt that doubles as a dress belt

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Telesway, Sep 24, 2009.

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  1. Telesway

    Telesway Member

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    Okay, looking for a black leather belt with a nondescript buckle. I've heard Beltman's are good but I need the belt pretty fast.

    Here's what a local shop carries:
    Bianchi B26 Professional
    DeSantis Holster Belt (suede lined)
    Don Hume B109 Holster Belt
    Don Hume B111 Holster Belt
    Filson Bridle Leather Belt
    Filson Double Belt
    Galco SB2 Belt
    Galco SB5 Belt
    Galco CSB7 COP Belt
    Galco SB3 Belt
    Gould & Goodrich B191 Dress Belt
    Gould & Goodrich B52 Belt


    Does anyone here if any of those belts are any good? Or should I just give up and get a Liger gun belt (which another store has).

    Any info would be much appreciated.
     
  2. rondog

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    Work a Beltster work for you? Works for me.
     
  3. Norinco982lover

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    You could get a crossbreed belt in less than 2 weeks I bet. That's what I wear.
     
  4. bigfatdave

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    The CB belt is nice, but not quite as dressy looking as the Beltman product. Of course, when I got my Beltman, the first thing I did was swap the nice buckle for a roller buckle, I was delighted when the Beltman product came with the same roller buckle, and I keep the pretty buckle on my work belt (no CC at work, we have armed security instead). The dress buckle from Beltman has stood up surprisingly well, by the way.

    The rule of thumb for a gunbelt is:
    If you pinch the belt top-to-bottom with two fingers, does it flex?
    The less it flexes, the better of a gunbelt it will be.
     
  5. rino451

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    I wear a Com-Tac kydex reinforced belt for every day wear at the office.
     
  6. laktrash

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    I bought an aker belt from copquest that I'm very pleased with. Quick shipment priced right, looks good (my opinion) B21 is 1"1/2 they also have a 1"1/4 It also has an insert
     
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