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blucoondawg 01-01-2013 02:11 AM

Crossbreed Gun Belt
 
Anyone have the Instructor gun belt from Crossbreed holsters, it's the one without the buckle, I'm just wondering how the belt is secured without a buckle, it doesn't show any good pictures on the website.

scottmac 01-02-2013 05:14 PM

Velcro usually.

CHLChris 01-02-2013 05:28 PM

Make sure you order the correct size. You don't order your pant size, but the actual length of the belt you want, which is probably 4 inches more than your actual waist size.

I love my Crossbreed belt, but it is not the style you're asking about.

blucoondawg 01-03-2013 12:37 AM

Ya I was thinking about a Crossbreed belt, still am, but I will probably order the plain gun belt style with buckle. I don't want the velcro one. I have read on other reviews that the Crossbreed belt is too soft, scratches easily and isn't well finished on the edges, do you find this to be the case?

scottmac 01-04-2013 02:56 PM

I have several belts from different companies, including Crossbreed.

The Crossbreed belt is thinner (i.e., thinner leather), not nearly as stiff as the belts from Bianchi, Sparks, Alessi, DeSantis (and several others). Even the belt I bought at Cabella's is (IMO) a better gun belt.

It works OK for now (I've had it for a little less than two months), but I'd expect it to soften up within the year.

blucoondawg 01-04-2013 06:51 PM

This is what I've heard they aren't stiff enough, I was also considering one from Beltman.

treehugger49 01-05-2013 02:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by blucoondawg (Post 1079858)
This is what I've heard they aren't stiff enough, I was also considering one from Beltman.

I can vouch for The Beltman.

I have two of his gunbelts, and they are superb in appearance and performance.

CHLChris 01-06-2013 03:26 AM

Mine has definitely worn over time, but it is more than effective! It is too bad that gun belts cost so much, but I do know that they take a lot more work to make than a single-ply belt.


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