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Old 11-22-2013, 03:29 PM   #11
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Try this,

http://www.hanksclothing.com/amish_belts_ccw.html

Got mine there. Cheap, thick and use everyday for my cc. Had it for 2 years. Hasn't rolled or stretched at all!!! Just buy 1 size bigger. Theyre in stock so no waiting.

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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.
I have a few, including the Safariland, and also have a Safariland Duty rig for the Ranger Stuff. My friend the local PD Sgt. Who is our HOA pres. Has the L820, he's also in a group of P.O.'s who ride, and he says his 820 goes out with him whenever he Rides,..

The wife ordered my Bulldog "Sneaky Pete" knockoff and a nice leather shoulder rig, both for my LC9 today, and with "holiday rush" shipping, it will be here Wed., perfect because Thanksgiving is also the first night of "Chanukka" (jk, sp)...,
What she don't know is her new concealment purse is at the western shop waiting for me to pick it up.....
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Check out thebeltman.net. He's a local guy here that makes top notch belts. His number is on his site, and he will make you a belt like the ones on his site, but either you or him can change out the buckles to make the belt look more formal if needed.

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Old 11-23-2013, 12:44 PM   #14
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Sorry, big face palm. Didn't see that you were already on to the beltman.

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These are nice belts but a local saddle shop will be less expensive. If you are near charleston WV the saddle shop at the racetrack/casino is one of the best leather toolers bar none. They cut belts out of scrap leather. They can get pricey if you want a lot of tooling. But just a plain black belt will be very reasonable. Places like galco are amateurs compared to the saddle shop at CT. You do have to walk in to get anything from CT.

http://www.epsaddlery.com/c-28-belts.aspx

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I ordered a Galco SB1 today from Amazon. It was $66 with free shipping. I also got a 6378 ALS, the QLS adapters, and a double mag carrier to go with it. I'll let you guys know how the belt works.

When I have the funds, I'd like to try out Beltman. His stuff looks really nice, I just couldn't swing it because I needed a new holster and mag carrier too.

Thanks everyone for your input.

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I ordered a Galco SB1 today from Amazon. It was $66 with free shipping. I also got a 6378 ALS, the QLS adapters, and a double mag carrier to go with it. I'll let you guys know how the belt works.

When I have the funds, I'd like to try out Beltman. His stuff looks really nice, I just couldn't swing it because I needed a new holster and mag carrier too.

Thanks everyone for your input.
Hope it lives up to your expectations. I'm sure it will.
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Hope it lives up to your expectations. I'm sure it will.
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I ordered a Galco SB1 today from Amazon. It was $66 with free shipping. I also got a 6378 ALS, the QLS adapters, and a double mag carrier to go with it. I'll let you guys know how the belt works. When I have the funds, I'd like to try out Beltman. His stuff looks really nice, I just couldn't swing it because I needed a new holster and mag carrier too. Thanks everyone for your input.
Don't know anything about the Galco belts but if it's as good as their holsters....you did good. Also saw u got the Safariland holster, which I can't say enough good about them. Have one of their old shoulder rigs for my commander...
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I am told Galco is well.made. let us know.

I do not need a dress belt, so my belt of choice is an instructors belt. The wilderness. Awesome product. Double layer of nylon sewn over a tuff plastic core. I have a 20,000 pound tow strap for vehicle recovery that is less stiff.

When it comes to CC, your belt is as or more important than your holster. If you can adapt to the concept, the right suspenders will also make a night and day change in your carry comfort.

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