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I really like 14oz steel lined BigFoot Gunbelts.

https://gunbelts.com/


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I've got 2 Kore Essential belts, one leather and one tactical and both are great. Having the ability to loosen and tighten quickly is great and having more size options than just the hole is awesome.

https://www.koreessentials.com/
 
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I am partial to the Instructor belts. I like the Wilderness of course, but one that is a great value for the money is the Uncle Mikes Instructor belts. They are reinforced and you can get them in any color as long as it is black...
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by AH.74:
Leather- Beltman. I have them from both original and new owners. You won't be disappointed.

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ORVIS. Not specifically a firearm carry belt. But very sturdy. A long time ago I had a walmart leather belt fail at the buckle..a word to the wise.


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Been wearing one for 4+ years...great quality!

https://armourbelts.com/


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The Galco CB2 1 1/4" belt is a great low profile concealed carry belt. I bought 2 of them 6 years ago, thinking it might wear out quickly with daily use carrying an HK40C and double mag pouch. After hard use, the first one still isn't even close to showing signs of wear, and the unused other one is still hanging in my closet. The CB2 does a great job for a "narrow" belt, even when carrying a handgun, a double mag pouch and multiple AR magazine pouches while doing pistol and rifle drills. It's very comfortable and sturdy for discreet concealed carry.
 
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HUGE shout out to Mike at Armour!!!

Went round and around, waffling on which belt to get and went with the one he suggested.

It arrived Monday, but that was the day my mother passed away, so needless to say, things have been very busy here, and just now had a moment to open the package...

He sent me both belts!!!

I am absolutely floored!

Just called and spoke with Mike.

He was concerned about my order and wanted to make sure i was happy. I couldn't be more surprised!

Both belts are absolutely fantastic and I couldn't be more pleased.

They are both marked inside as having been made just for me. Smile

What a great way to bring some brightness to a terrible week.

Thank you, Mike!




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I just got an Emissary belt from Ciguera to try out. I’ve only worn it a couple times but so far I like it. We’ll see how it holds up.

https://ciguera.com/emissary-belt/
 
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I’ll chime-in for A&G Custom Gunleather. Check out their “Quick Ship” options. I’ve been wearing their belts for 5 years now.

https://agcustomgunleather.com/


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Another good word for Beltman! Late last Saturday night I decided that I couldn't put off ordering a real gun belt any longer because of The Troubles, so I searched various threads here for recommendations, and saw Beltman highly respected. Late to the party, I decided to order one of his "Quick Ship" belts with a stiffener insert, making a mental note to call Monday to verify it was in stock or change my order to fit their inventory.

Didn't have to wait for Monday, though. Early Sunday morning I got an e-mail from them verifying my size choice, and in my reply I asked when they would ship -- Monday morning! They ship Priority Mail, so it got here Wednesday, and was as good as I expected from reading about them here.

Thanks to all who posted favorably about Beltman.


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Beltman belts work very well for me.

Glad I gave them a try.





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HUGE shout out to Mike at Armour!!!

Went round and around, waffling on which belt to get and went with the one he suggested.

It arrived Monday, but that was the day my mother passed away, so needless to say, things have been very busy here, and just now had a moment to open the package...

He sent me both belts!!!

I am absolutely floored!

Just called and spoke with Mike.

He was concerned about my order and wanted to make sure i was happy. I couldn't be more surprised!

Both belts are absolutely fantastic and I couldn't be more pleased.

They are both marked inside as having been made just for me. Smile

What a great way to bring some brightness to a terrible week.

Thank you, Mike!

Another vote for Armour Belts. Fantastic, high quality product and folks behind it. The first one I bought was made by his dad, before he passed the business on to Mike. I also, cannot say enough to adequately convey how proud I am to support these great people.



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Akers and Beltman were my preferred and I still like and use them. My two Akers leather belts have maintained their stiffness longer.

My preferred non-leather was always Wilderness until I came across Kore Essentials. Now, I have two nylon and two leather Kore Essentials. They have held up great and the adjustability because of their adjustment system is, in my opinion, unmatched. Heck, with these, you can make adjustments that correspond with how much you eat at a meal.


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I have a "Hank's Belt's" available from Amazon. After about a year and a half of use, the pants began to sag ... even when not carrying the gun.

I went back to my old Cobra Belt, and with about 6 years of use, it doesn't look as pretty as when new, but still does what it should. I used to buy these belts at the local gun show as 'blems" for $20.00. I have accumulated more than a few over the years, but some must have shrunk over time, just like my favorite pants! It's a clothing conspiracy I tell ya !!


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I'm a big fan of the Galco CB2 Contour Belt. It's been my primary belt for on duty and concealed carry for over 15 years. When I first decided to try out this belt, I bought two of them; I still haven't worn out the first belt - and that's a belt that has been used to carry an HK USP40C and 2 magazines of .40 S&W every day. It's a great belt for any size firearm, and it's such a low profile dress belt that it doesn't attract attention even though it's supporting significant weight.
 
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I like the Nexbelt. Im a fan of the ratching design. You can adjust to the size of different carry guns


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I like the Nexbelt. Im a fan of the ratching design. You can adjust to the size of different carry guns

I like mine too. It's possible there are nicer belts but w/ the ratchet system, I can't go back to anything else.
I would be curious about the Kore belts that do the same thing but my Nexbelt works so well, my curiosity is fleeting. My next belt(s) will most likely be Nexbelts.

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I am partial to the Instructor belts. I like the Wilderness of course, but one that is a great value for the money is the Uncle Mikes Instructor belts. They are reinforced and you can get them in any color as long as it is black...


The Instructor belt from Wilderness is the original, all the others that look similar are merely me too copies.

I've been wearing them for around 16 years and it appears they'll last a lifetime.

https://www.thewilderness.com/belts/
 
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