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    Question Good carry belt ~ other than Crossbreed?

    Does anyone know of a good thick belt similar to Crossbreed belts that are less than $50. I live around Springfield Mo and know the leather shop where Crossbreed has their stuff made. The shop sells seconds that they have made for Crossbreed but maybe have slight imperfections and not good enough for Crossbreed. They still want $50 for the seconds. Not trying to be cheap but dang! $30 bucks seems a good range.
    If I don't get any good alternatives I'll just come off my wallet and get one from Crossbreed.
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    I use an Amish belt rather than a "named" gunbelt...and I love it at under $30. Just do a Google search for "Amish belt".

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    There are many styles of belt out there.

    What are your requirements in a belt? From my experience you do not get much in a belt for $30.

    Sometimes Wilderness Tactical has their 5-Stitch Instructors belt for around $40

    I have a belt I just bought from a local gun shop made by Assault Systems that is 1-3/4 wide with a velcro closure that ran just over $30. For a light (summer) gun this belt seems to work okay.

    If you check with some of the LEO suppliers (i.e. Galls, etc.) you may be able to get a polymer insert leather belt for just under $50.

    Good luck in your search.

    ETA: Assault Systems can be found here: Elite Concealed Carry Holsters, Concealment Holsters and Packs, CCW Gun Holsters

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxMentis View Post
    I use an Amish belt rather than a "named" gunbelt...and I love it at under $30. Just do a Google search for "Amish belt".
    Thanks Pax, just ordered one. Thats what I was looking for.
    We ALL shall see the Lord one day .... please don't make me set up the meeting.

  6. If you order your 5.11 cargo pants from outfits like L.A. Police Gear, sometimes they have promotions where they all but give away a belt with an order, or they'll have a closeout on a particular belt. I'd hit some good deals that way.

    Of course, my idea of a "carry belt" is the Beltster by Bandera Gunleather. Mine is a custom job, includes two 1911 holsters and carries my 30 year old Bowen Survivor buckle. But that's not under $50.
    “The police of a State should never be stronger or better armed than the citizenry. An armed citizenry, willing to fight is the foundation of civil freedom.” Heinlein

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    Hey, I use this one (Original Instructor Belt: Tactical Gear, Tactical Equipment, Duty Belts, Slings, USA) I have one with and one without the insert, The insert belts are better (IMO)...

    Try one out, the have a full refund, etc.

  8. I used this belt. I have had it for 5 years and it is holding up excellent. I also have one in black, I think about 7 or 8 years old. I wear that one almost daily and it is still in really good shape.
    Raine Rigger Belt

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    Ted Blocker Holsters

    Ted Blocker holsters is awesome, people are friendly and fortunately for me local too.
    They have great great quality leather belts and holsters. I need to get a new one - no fault of theirs - I've lost 35lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudiepop View Post
    Does anyone know of a good thick belt similar to Crossbreed belts that are less than $50. I live around Springfield Mo and know the leather shop where Crossbreed has their stuff made. The shop sells seconds that they have made for Crossbreed but maybe have slight imperfections and not good enough for Crossbreed. They still want $50 for the seconds. Not trying to be cheap but dang! $30 bucks seems a good range.
    If I don't get any good alternatives I'll just come off my wallet and get one from Crossbreed.
    Try Law Enforcement professionals shop for flashlights, TASER® C2 Brand, duty gear, boots, handcuffs, watches and knives at OfficerStore.com - , i just ordered a belt from them yesterday. They sell a belt thats reinforced for concealed carry.

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