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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    here is a local store that has leather goods made by the Amish. Both of my belts are REALLY thick and you can tell that they are hand cut. Nice Belts. I think I paid $30 for each
    Thats interesting i will have to check with my local Amish stores.

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  3. #32

    Amish belts

    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    here is a local store that has leather goods made by the Amish. Both of my belts are REALLY thick and you can tell that they are hand cut. Nice Belts. I think I paid $30 for each
    ricbak: I am in MI too, and somewhat near to Oakland County. Would you please name the store that carries the Amish belts? Thanks.

  4. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by eaccents View Post
    ricbak: I am in MI too, and somewhat near to Oakland County. Would you please name the store that carries the Amish belts? Thanks.
    Sure... Pontiac, Walton and Baldwin. Just north of Walton on the west side of Baldwin

    Uhans Department Store
    1475 Baldwin Ave
    Pontiac MI 48340


    248-334-3348
    Semper Fi

  5. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    Sure... Pontiac, Walton and Baldwin. Just north of Walton on the west side of Baldwin

    Uhans Department Store
    1475 Baldwin Ave
    Pontiac MI 48340


    248-334-3348
    Many thanks, ricbak!

  6. #35
    I bought a Belt from Tuckers in Houston about 5 years ago it cost $110.00 with tax and shipping
    1 1/2" double layer with a stiffener in med brown.
    Yes you have to lace it carefully through your pants and holster belt loops, but there is ZERO movement, of my Fullsize and holster, or Magazine carrier even when nature calls.
    And the belt looks brand new, a thick single layer belt will not hold up it will take a set, I went through tons of then at $20 before biting the bullet, and buying a proper one.
    Your CCW Rig has only one job and will likely only be used once ( if even that) it had best be ready to save your life by being top quality equipment, and worn properly
    Never pass up a good oppertunity to keep your mouth shut
    Semper Fi

  7. #36
    I found out i don't even need my gun belt unless open carrying because the super tuck stays in place good against the body.

  8. #37
    This was sent to me by another user:Eli Miller's Harness Shop
    8719 St Route 534
    P.O. Box 230
    Mesopotamia, OH 44439
    If you goggle him, their is a website.

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