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Old 11-18-2013, 04:43 AM   #1
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I'm looking for a CC dress belt. I carry a Glock 19 in a Serpa holster with the double mag carrier also by Blackhawk!. It needs to be black leather, silver buckle that is a thin profile and low key looks wise, 1 1/4 inches wide, and 40 inches in total length.

So far the only one that I've found that kind of met my criteria was a Galco. Does anyone have any EXP to share or suggestions?

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Old 11-18-2013, 12:06 PM   #2
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Try bullhidebelts.com. They are high quality, and high priced. I have two of their belts and it will be many years before I need more.

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JayPee trouser belt that can be picked up at leo/firemen supply for under 30 dollars from a local leo firemen store. They have an 1 1/4" trouser belt but may have to be ordered Also check staton house
http://www.stationhouse.com/uniforms/jaypee/duty_belts.htm

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Try Daltech Force. Reasonably-priced belts of high quality. Their BioBelt gets very good reviews. It's supposed to be pretty thin and rigid.

I have a Galco MB1 belt coming to me in the mail, but they have discontinued this line years ago. It's very similar to the BioBelt. I'll report on how it wears.

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Amish belts,, high quality, good price. Plenty stiff. I don't have one yet but gotta buddy who does, really nice. Hell I got a dickies heavy duty belt from wallymart for less than 20, I've had it over 2 years. When this one wears I'll get a couple of the Amish belts.

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Oh there is a major difference between a dickies belts and amish belts and most any double layer holster belt

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There are a few good belts in the QUARTERMASTER catalog, But I just ordered the Duluth "everyday" Work Belt,..it's 1-3/8th" wide,..

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http://www.thebeltman.net/bh114.htm

I have 1 1/4 stiffened bullhide in black and brown. They are very high quality. I carry a steel frame SA EMP 40 comfortably all day.
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You are going to have a hard time finding a belt that is just a single piece of leather. Every belt I have seen recently was made of split leather. Before I would pay $60 for a belt in a gun shop or western store I would go to a saddle shop to have a belt made to fit me. You will get a better belt at a saddle shop.

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Thanks for all the info so far guys. Right now my front runners are the Galco SB1 and the Safariland L820. Anyone know about these?

I really like the Beltmans too, I just can't wait that long to get it.

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