I would consider taking the belt some place like a Houston Shoe Hospital where they work on leather produces rather than trying to drill holes in it myself. Thats what i like about the Kore belts...no holes to worry about. Good luck to you Grundy.Grundy1133 wrote:I have a bigfoot gun belt with a steel core insert. I love it. I actually need to punch more holes in it... Im starting to lose weight and need more holes. i wonder how im gonna punch thru that steel insert tho... lol
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Be sure you dont cut it too short. Better to cut it a little at a time until you get it just right.Tex1961 wrote:Just got the belt in today.. And very impressed with the quality and ease of use adjusting it. Really appreciate all of the responses..
I also have two kore essential gun belts. Both have held up very well over the two years that iv had them. Only scratch i have is on the black belt from when i leaned against a brick wall one day. Its very convenient when i have to adjust it on the fly.