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I use Mastermind Tactics belts.

https://www.mastermindtactics.com/shop
 
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Please excuse if I intrude...

I carry either P320c or P10c (depends on the day) and have always wondered what good gun belt companies there are and what style works best. I currently use a pretty sturdy leather belt but not an actual gun belt.

Also, are there any good clothing (shorts or pants) that you/any recommends?


Lots of options if you don't need dress belts I use 511 https://tacticalgear.com/511-t...elts%20-%20511%20(em)


Thank you!


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I have the 5.11 trainer belt and the TDU belt.
The trainer is fine for OWB, but they have no stiffener inside and may not be ideal for IWB/AIWB.
The TDU one is basically a floppy single layer piece of nylon that's great for just holding up your pants.
 
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I have the 5.11 trainer belt and the TDU belt.
The trainer is fine for OWB, but they have no stiffener inside and may not be ideal for IWB/AIWB.
The TDU one is basically a floppy single layer piece of nylon that's great for just holding up your pants.


You mentioned Mastermind... you like them compared to 5.11?


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I have the 5.11 trainer belt and the TDU belt.
The trainer is fine for OWB, but they have no stiffener inside and may not be ideal for IWB/AIWB.
The TDU one is basically a floppy single layer piece of nylon that's great for just holding up your pants.


You mentioned Mastermind... you like them compared to 5.11?


I prefer the Mastermind belts.
I do wear the 5.11 trainer belt as a regular belt for work just to hold up my pants.

The 5.11 belts I have are not rigid enough for me for Appendix carry. I used the trainer belt for OWB before, and it worked just fine for that.

Before I had the Mastermind belts (bought 3 of them), I used an SOE EDC belt, worn it for several years and worked great, but didn't like the cobra buckle printed, and had to be turned all the way to the side, so I found the Mastermind belts, which have the lowest profile buckle I could find.
 
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I use this version 1.75" OD or Black with the black buckle. The design doesn't use holes and allows me to adjust tension as needed. I carry a P35, P239 and SW Shield. Weights vary so this works for me. I do wear a thin undershirt with it and a cover shirt or... over that.
Lots of good options this is just one of them.
Leather is often more comfortable.
https://tacticalgear.com/511-o...black#/14455/0,653/1
 
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Originally posted by EasyFire:
Sounds like a perfect excuse to buy a sig p365 and then pocket carry.
I can't say that I haven't been looking.

Great idea, you will not be disappointed!


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