Sunday, November 1, 2015

Got a New Belt.

The thick kind.  Double thickness.  Good for a holster type belt.  Stiff. 

My old belt was de-laminating and had seen better days.  If I could carry more then I'd have had to replace it a lot sooner.

I like these belts when knew.  They are hard to get the buckle buckled and they creak like a wooden schooner.  It makes it feel even more substantial.  It gives you confidence.


abnormalist said...

At that price point, I would honestly rather buy an actual gun belt from an actual holster maker.

I'm currently wearing a crossbreed belt, and have been using it for a few years. Not as stiff as it was when I first got it, but still plenty solid.

Arthur said...

I have to say for the money($25ish) the blackhawk!!!(!!!) riggers belt has been awesome. First belt I've ever used that I didn't have to cinch it tight with a crowbar to hold up my pants, and it's held up well for several years now.

And unlike leather my sweat didn't instantly kill it, though the phosphated buckle gets a little rusty on the non-wear surfaces.

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

What do you mean "at that price point". That's what Gallo charges.

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

I don't blend in at work with a riggers belt.