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  1. I have two Galco belts with several years of service. If I replace them, I will buy Galco.

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  3. #12
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    Ordered one yesterday from Belt man. Reserched several belt suppliers and it came down to Belt Man or Milt Sparks.
    I have had several belts and went with horsehide for this one. It pays to spend a little more and get quality. Just my two cents.

  4. #13
    Im also gonna suggest "The Belt Man." I have a 1 1/2" bullhide that I used to wear to tote around a .44 mag I used to have during deer season. Just ordered a horsehide for my ccw rig. Great belts. Check him out before you make your final decision.

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    Do u guys with beltman belts have or recommend the internal stiffener?

  6. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by MWfinest View Post
    Do u guys with beltman belts have or recommend the internal stiffener?
    I guess I have never tried one with an internal stiffener. The bullhide seems plenty supportive. It wouldnt hurt to have them add one. I could see it being a plus since a belt without one may lose some support after years of wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWfinest View Post
    Do u guys with beltman belts have or recommend the internal stiffener?
    I bought the dual layer bull hide in 1-1/4" width (wider reminds me of Leisure Suits:)) with the stiffener...It's a stud belt & I love it! Carries my 36oz Model 66 / 26oz Model 3913 / or 15oz Model 642 great...

  8. #17
    I mostly wear a khaki pant/cargo so I stick with a riggers belt. For dress pants I've used the Kramer leather belts for a years. Brown and black with highly polished buckles.

    HERE: http://www.originalsoegear.com/riggerbelt.html
    "When a government robs Peter to pay Paul it will alway's have the support of Paul" George Bernard Shaw

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Swinokur View Post
    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
    Beltman is a good one. I have 2.

  10. I have a Crossbreed belt. No complaints, works great.
    Walk softly and carry a Smith & Wesson M&P .40...

  11. #20
    I'm tellin ya ! If you guy's wear alot of khaki or Olive Drab cargos you'll love the SOE Gear riggers belt. For that matter even black or camo.

    It will be the best $40 you'll spend in a long time. Order a two inch increase in your actual belt size. You'll want enough room to have the belt over too your 3 O'clock side. Like in the photo on the link provided. I've actually used the belt link provided to rapell from a UH-60. With a figure eight ring of course.

    HERE: http://www.originalsoegear.com/riggerbelt.html
    "When a government robs Peter to pay Paul it will alway's have the support of Paul" George Bernard Shaw

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