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Recommend a good belt for IWB

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Blarelli, Nov 25, 2008.

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  1. Blarelli

    Blarelli Member

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    My cheap belt is on its way out. It's worked decent, but doesn't give the heaver guns good enough support on those long days.
    I looked a little bit online, and found lots of gunbelts that were way more then I want to pay for a belt. What are some options for me that are around $40 or lower?
     
  2. The Lone Haranguer

    The Lone Haranguer Member

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    There are not a lot of purpose-built gun belts for $40, at least in leather. I do endorse theWilderness Instructor Belt. I suggest the 5-stitch for added stiffness at only a Lincoln more.
     
  3. TeamPrecisionIT

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    The 5.11 Leather belt is about $40 but make sure to order one size big.

    Damian
     
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    Simply Rigged makes outstanding leather products including leather belts. You can even get a holster and belt died in the same color!! LOL
     
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    + 1 for the aker I think copquest may have a better price or they did when I got mine
     
  7. earlthegoat2

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    I chose not to mess around and went straight to the BeltMan. 100 bucks later and I have a belt that seems like it could have survived in Hiroshima in August of 1945.

    Yes I overpaid for what I got.

    But I am by no means disappointed with what I received either. This thing is incredible.
     
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    I too bit the bullet and ordered from BeltMan ... Beyond complaints about the wait it is hard to find anyone with a bad opinion of his product.
    You can save a few bucks and get a belt almost as good from Crossbreed

    I have both, and the BM product is slightly better than the CB ... but if you're ordering holsters anyway, you might be able to accomplish one-stop shopping at CrossBreed and save on shipping. CB does a NRA discount as well, the code for it is on RetailMeNot.com
     
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