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Re: stiff belts

Postby maverick2076 » Sat Jul 08, 2017 1:23 pm

glock27 wrote:i have never heard the word belt to be used in relation to alcohol, i had to look that one up.

a true example of no pun intended for the thread subject lol

is there just such a belt out there that is reinforced with the infinite adjustment factor?


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Re: stiff belts

Postby rentz » Sat Jul 08, 2017 4:34 pm

I ordered a wilderness tactical from brownells, had to get a new shoe for my sight pusher anyway. Hopefully I can report back in a week.

I love my Minotaur belt but it's so stiff I can't loop it through most owb holsters and it's too thick for some of them ....iwb it's perfect
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Re: stiff belts

Postby glock27 » Sat Jul 08, 2017 5:45 pm

maverick2076 wrote:
glock27 wrote:i have never heard the word belt to be used in relation to alcohol, i had to look that one up.

a true example of no pun intended for the thread subject lol

is there just such a belt out there that is reinforced with the infinite adjustment factor?


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Sorry paw paw, i think i skipped your post. Thats what im looking for! However the ratcheting style seems to have grabbed my attention. Im debating between the two
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Re: stiff belts

Postby TexasFlash » Sat Jul 08, 2017 8:28 pm

Kore trakline
This is what I have been using for a while; it is also a ratcheting-type belt. I like it because it supports the gun and holster great, yet is much thinner than my other gun belts, so clip-on phone holsters and magazine cases attach better. Great belt!
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Re: stiff belts

Postby oljames3 » Sat Jul 08, 2017 9:57 pm

TexasFlash wrote:Kore trakline
This is what I have been using for a while; it is also a ratcheting-type belt. I like it because it supports the gun and holster great, yet is much thinner than my other gun belts, so clip-on phone holsters and magazine cases attach better. Great belt!
Dave :txflag:

Agreed. I got my Kore gun belt this week. It wears well as my EDC belt carrying my S&W M&P Mod 2.0 9mm and 3 spare mags. Works well in the Texas July heat during live fire drawing from holster and engaging targets while moving. I prefer to train as i carry every day.
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