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"Rock Steady" belt from High Noon Holsters

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Bob79, May 28, 2009.

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  1. Bob79

    Bob79 Member

    Jun 7, 2004
    I just got my black "Rock Steady" belt from High Noon Holsters the other day, and it really works well. I got the standard cowhide, and it was about $110 with shipping. I have tried other gun belts, like Tucker, Crossbreed, and others, but always had problems. It seemed like the belts that were thinner, and more comfortable did a bad job of supporting the gun. And the thicker, more supportive belts were too uncomfortable and stiff, cutting into my sides. I'm fairly thin at 5' 11" 165 lbs, so I'm a little on the "bony" side, and this belt is still very comfortable. It supports my Glock 26 just fine. The belt is well made, and sturdy, yet doesn't dig into my sides.

    I have no affiliation with High Noon Holsters, and am just passing this along to maybe help some others out. I know $110 shipped isn't cheap, but most decent belts from makers usually start at about $50-60, so if I had bought this belt to begin with, then I'd be money ahead! ;)
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