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    Super belt!

    I just purchased a new belt for carrying my gun and mags. I bought it from Deltech Force. They are located in Fremont,IN. They do have a web site, which is where I bought mine. I know that there are a lot of people making belts for carry, but this is a piece of art! You can get it in any size you need, by 1 inch increments, and different colors. Choose the buckle you want, and the hole spacing, 1" or 3/4". You also have the option for thickness, mine is 1/4". I'm very bad at describing things, So go check them out online yourself. I love mine so much, I'm going to order another one soon in Black.

    www.deltechforce.com

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    Think you meant www.daltechforce.com

    They look nice!
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    They do look like nice belts.
    "How monotonously alike all the great tyrants and conquerors have been: how gloriously different are the saints." - C.S. Lewis
    "If Ewoks can carry guns responsibly, then so can I!" - Me
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    the wife and I each own one of these. After about 9 mos the leather began to soften and form to my body, but also doesnt support as well as when it was new. Pretty short life span for a gunbelt, imho.
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    Your right Falstaff, it is www.daltechforce.com . my bad! I've only had my belt a few days, but I really love it so far. I hope that with it being one piece of leather .25 inches thick I get more than 9 month wear out of it. That's why I chose it over Hank's belts, there belt this this says it is two pieces sewn together, not one solid piece. That and the price, Hanks wants $95 for there similer belt, I only paid $63 and change including tax. Shipping is free. And the roller buckle I got is super nice and strong.
    I'm happy with what I received for the money I spent, which is hard to say nowadays!

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    The belt I bought from Hanks is one piece, minimum 1/4 inch thick (.25-.29), and was $49 with free shipping....

    Hanks Amish Bull Belt 1.5 Inch Width

    Don
    I see gun control as waiting in an ambulance at the bottom of a cliff when we should be building a fence at the top!

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    I will be looking for a good belt with the plastic insert, or I might make my own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brotherbrian View Post
    I will be looking for a good belt with the plastic insert, or I might make my own.
    Wild Bill Concealment has a nice carry belt with the ABS insert for around $85. When I do finally break down and spend the money on a nice carry belt, that will probably be my choice.
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    It is worth the money to buy a good belt, mine is over 7 years and is the only belt I wear. It still looks like new.

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    OK, another question on belts, how do you get the leather on leather squeak to stop? I wear an OWB holster and mag carrier, and rubbing on my new belt results in a loud "squeak" that's driving me crazy! Well, more so that I already am. Any ideas or solutions?

 

 
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