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Old 11-26-2013, 12:21 PM   #21
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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.
I have a belt just like you described that is made by Dickies. It has a plastic core, with a double layer of nylon and a layer of leather. It is a butt ugly belt but it will support anything I am going to carry. The belt is considered a tool belt. The Dickies belt is over kill for carrying a gun.

I got my open carry belt at Sears. The LGS had the exact same belt except it didn't say craftsman on it for $60. It even had the same design tooled into it. Sears offered the belt for $20.
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So my new belt came in the mail yesterday, a Galco SB1. I'm wearing it right now with an ALS and double mag carrier.

The belt looked really nice when it arrived and it's plenty sturdy. So far so good. I'll update after I wear it for a while.
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Carhartt belts found easily at most malls cabellas hunting fishing and utility stores everywhere is what I use, the leather is thick comes in all typical colors of leather and goes with any types of attire. I've got many configurations I switch between, it supports it all just the same
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So far I'm happy with my Galco SB1, except for one issue. On the left side where I wear my dual mag carrier, the color is quicky disappearing. I have to be REALLY careful slipping it on and off, it's a Safariland paddle carrier. I expected better for what I paid.
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So far I'm happy with my Galco SB1, except for one issue. On the left side where I wear my dual mag carrier, the color is quicky disappearing. I have to be REALLY careful slipping it on and off, it's a Safariland paddle carrier. I expected better for what I paid.
Should of went to Hanks and got a good one for $33
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