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Old 06-29-2013, 05:47 PM   #1
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Got a new belt it's extremely sturdy and is currently supporting the the weight of my judge and a Blackhawks serpa holster very Nicely. The belt came from Walmart it is a faded glory construction workers belt it nylon with a strip of leather around it so far I love it and as a plus it only twelve dollars

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Old 07-01-2013, 11:37 PM   #2
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So did anyone even read this... I figured I'd at least get a few post lol

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i read it. and my first thought was, ok wheres the pics? . and im guessing the point of the post was to simply put to words how happy you are. my guess is this should of went in the club house under random thoughts.. but good news, i think your pants will stay up now

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I prefer a belt to suspenders because you can put a neat buckle on it.

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i read it. and my first thought was, ok wheres the pics? . and im guessing the point of the post was to simply put to words how happy you are. my guess is this should of went in the club house under random thoughts.. but good news, i think your pants will stay up now
How did u know I have trouble keeping my pants up.
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Sounds like a good deal.

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I think I've looked at that one. Need to put my Cocky buckle on it.

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yall crack me up with that belt XD i personally like the 5.11 belts myself but there isnt much to customizing the buckle

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