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This is a discussion on Best belt? within the Concealed Carry and Handgun Gear forums, part of the Handguns category; Im in the market for a really good belt that will hold my holster and gun really tight against my ...

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    Im in the market for a really good belt that will hold my holster and gun really tight against my body, and will last a long time.. Any opinions?

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    I've been using Don Hume's stuff for about 10 years now. I'm still using the same belt and in about 5 more years, it may be broken in completely. Check Gunner's Alley or you can buy from Hume direct.

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    I've been using a Ted Blocker gun belt for many years. You might take a look at one of those as well.

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    Got a Comp Tac and probably the best belt I've ever had. It's thier Kydex Reinforced Contour Belt. Can be found here:

    Gun Belts & Apparel - products new home - Kydex Reinforced Contour Belts

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    I don't think this will help, but a local LEO/Uniform store sells hand made Horse hide belts made by a group of Amish in Indiana. About $35 ... 1 1/2 or 1 3/4 wide by 3/16 thick. OH BOY are they nice. Next time I'm down there I'll get a business card for mailing/shipping. Maybe they can ship one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MWfinest View Post
    Im in the market for a really good belt that will hold my holster and gun really tight against my body, and will last a long time.. Any opinions?
    Try Gun Belts by The Belt Man

    Excellent gun belts.. Works fine dressy and casual. I have black and brown 1.5 inch Bullhide. He also sells stiffer horsehide and stiffners if you want them..excellent CS as well

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    I've been using a crossbreed belt Crossbreed Holsters > Home for about 6 month and I'm very happy with it. It took about a month to break it in.

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    Thanks for all the good replys!

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    Since you haven’t mentioned the type, size or weight of your gun, I'll assume its a 'Dirty Harry' variant and that you’re anal like the rest of us. In this case, The Belt Man would be a solid choice
    “Monsters are real and so are ghosts. They live inside of us, and sometimes they win.”
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    Ya I probably should've mentioned I'll be carrying a Sig p220 carry model most of the time.

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