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gnbrotz;170832 Wrote:I can't speak to that specific belt, but I am a HUGE fan and frequent customer of Duluth Trading. Have been very pleased with my own purchases, and on one occasion I had to return something with a size issue, there was no hassle at all.

Quote:“If you’re not 100% satisfied with any item you purchase from Duluth Trading, return it to us at any time for a refund of its purchase price. Simple, unconditional, no nonsense, NO BULL.”

Their firehose workpants are great, if the size arrives correct.
I've had to send back two pairs that were too short, came in at a 32" instead of 34".
Could'a wore them with boots but the flood it would'a been a coming with low shoes on.
Same thing though, no hassles at all with the returns.

Great company with interesting stuff but corny commercials.

They have a 20% off $75 order sale going on right now.
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#22
As others have said, you probably notice that way more than others will. Even if they do it doesn't immediately scream gun, especially with all the crap people carry on their belts now days. My experience with oc is that well over half of people don't notice that I'm carrying a full size pistol. Now I don't really worry at all about printing. Most people won't notice and those that do realize what it is are probably also carrying, which is how they know.
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RL Suehr;170840 Wrote:As others have said, you probably notice that way more than others will. Even if they do it doesn't immediately scream gun, especially with all the crap people carry on their belts now days. My experience with oc is that well over half of people don't notice that I'm carrying a full size pistol. Now I don't really worry at all about printing. Most people won't notice and those that do realize what it is are probably also carrying, which is how they know.


True....very good point! They are the only ones who would be checking other people's hips, too. Well, for tell tale bulges, anyway.
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#24
Here ya go Rugergirl, a lot of carrying choices for the ladies: (be sure to scroll all the pages)


http://discounttacticalsupply.com/fortheladies.aspx

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#25
Even when I was OCing most people didn't notice lol
"As I lay rubber down the street I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God, protect my sweet ride."
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ByblosHex;170845 Wrote:Even when I was OCing most people didn't notice lol


That's just crazy. If I OCed I would feel like I was flashing neon lights.
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RugerGirl;170847 Wrote:
ByblosHex;170845 Wrote:Even when I was OCing most people didn't notice lol


That's just crazy. If I OCed I would feel like I was flashing neon lights.

AT first, you do, but when you attend your first car show OC'ing and more people comment on our T Shirt than your gun you realize they're oblivious.
"As I lay rubber down the street I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God, protect my sweet ride."
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ByblosHex;170848 Wrote:
RugerGirl;170847 Wrote:That's just crazy. If I OCed I would feel like I was flashing neon lights.

AT first, you do, but when you attend your first car show OC'ing and more people comment on our T Shirt than your gun you realize they're oblivious.

Are sure sure people just aren't averting their eyes and pretending not to notice? I mean, I might see someone OCing but then I look away so as to not stare. Actually I usually try to figure out if it's a cop or just a regular guy if I see it.
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streaker69;170755 Wrote:I think you're worried about nothing, no one is going to notice that.

^that
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RugerGirl;170849 Wrote:
ByblosHex;170848 Wrote:AT first, you do, but when you attend your first car show OC'ing and more people comment on our T Shirt than your gun you realize they're oblivious.

Are sure sure people just aren't averting their eyes and pretending not to notice? I mean, I might see someone OCing but then I look away so as to not stare. Actually I usually try to figure out if it's a cop or just a regular guy if I see it.
I usually stare, because I am wondering why someone is carrying a $1400 Kimber in a $12 soft fabric flea market holster.

About a month ago there was a guy at Dollar General, he had what sure looked like one of the SIG 229 Elites on his hip, riding right in a floppy oversized $10 bargain bin holster.

But to top that off, it must have been 10 years ago now, a bunch of guys from the American Legion were out on a fall ride and I watched the guy in front of me lose his Glock 19 as it bounced off of the road end over end after falling out of his El'Cheapo "custom" holster.
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