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I even have this problem with my belt buckle causing the tiny pin holes to form in my shirts but I like super thin shirts. I find them more comfortable.
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I know that's not my problem with the holes.

I generally go beltless and use the "Invisible Suspenders" Amazon and other sell. When I wear a belt, it is one of the Wilderness belts with the plastic buckle.

So, it's something else attacking my poor, defenseless T-shirts. I'm thinking it's those sneaky Trijicon HDs.

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I carried a 27 with Trijicon HDs and they ate my shirts.
I now carry a 43 with Williams fiber optic sights and no longer have the issue.

Everybody’s got a blank page. A story they’re writing today. A wall that they’re climbing. You can carry the past on your shoulders.
Or you can start over.
Regrets, no matter what you goin’ through. Jesus, He gave it all to save you. He carried the cross on His shoulders. So you can start over.
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Go ahead punk, make my day
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Trijicon HDs are sharp and seem to cause holes faster; Ameriglos are a bit smoother.
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I’d rather have pinholes in my shirts. My issue is because of how I arrange my gear on my belt, my pocket knives are wearing big holes in my jeans because the G10 scales and the kydex of my holster have nothing but a layer of fabric between them and it seems to go away quickly.
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While a minor pain, what bothered me much more, as it was more expensive are the holes it caused on my suit jacket liners and a couple of leather jackets.

I started taking my suits to a tailor and having an extra bit of heavier fabric added in the wear locations.

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Look what it's doing to my brand freaking new car. Frown


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