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You know how gunbelts can be expensive
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I have had a belt I bought from FoxCreek leather for years I think its worth a look. Very thick leather and is holding up great. I dont know where they are located but if you google them it should pop up. Might be able to save a couple bucks. Just a suggestion.   I have no affiliation with them. Just a satisfied customer.
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(09-12-2012, 03:01 PM)das Wrote: I have had a belt I bought from FoxCreek leather for years I think its worth a look. Very thick leather and is holding up great. I dont know where they are located but if you google them it should pop up. Might be able to save a couple bucks. Just a suggestion.   I have no affiliation with them. Just a satisfied customer.
Im lucky.  The Amish have a harness and tack shop nearby that I get my belts from.  Built to last, not any of this filled stuff I find in most belts.
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(09-12-2012, 03:01 PM)das Wrote: I have had a belt I bought from FoxCreek leather for years I think its worth a look. Very thick leather and is holding up great. I dont know where they are located but if you google them it should pop up. Might be able to save a couple bucks. Just a suggestion.   I have no affiliation with them. Just a satisfied customer.



Should anyone wish to keep it a little closer to home, PM Mitch10mm and see if see still has access.  He had an Amish neighbor who was making really thick leather belts with a variety of colors and buckles.  I got one and it is really sturdy, you could tow a boat with this thing.

Cheap too!
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(09-12-2012, 03:06 PM)Curmudgeon Wrote:
(09-12-2012, 03:01 PM)das Wrote: I have had a belt I bought from FoxCreek leather for years I think its worth a look. Very thick leather and is holding up great. I dont know where they are located but if you google them it should pop up. Might be able to save a couple bucks. Just a suggestion.   I have no affiliation with them. Just a satisfied customer.



Should anyone wish to keep it a little closer to home, PM Mitch10mm and see if see still has access.  He had an Amish neighbor who was making really thick leather belts with a variety of colors and buckles.  I got one and it is really sturdy, you could tow a boat with this thing.

Cheap too!
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I wonder if that's the Amish guy that's at Roots market every week.  I haven't looked too closely at their stuff, but from just walking by everything looked good.
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This might be a stupid question, but would any of these Amish belt makers happen to have a website you can order from and view their products?  Keep in mind I am from Philadelphia, so I only interact with the Amish about once a month when I get food from the Reading Terminal Market.
"The strongest reason for people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson
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I got my "gun belts" in Boscov's department store.  Wolverine branded work belts.  Heavy duty leather.  I have black and brown.

http://www.boscovs.com/StoreFrontWeb/Pro...ber=158297

http://www.boscovs.com/StoreFrontWeb/Pro...ber=158304

Now on sale!
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#7
I have a belt man horsehide belt. I reckon i'm set for life.
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I use a Cabelas heavy duty instructors belt. It needs replacing but only because I've lost a bit of weight and I can't tighten it enough. It's a fairly cheap replacement but the BDU pants I bought are way too big now. Those cost me $65.
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(09-12-2012, 11:15 PM)Warpt762x39 Wrote: I use a Cabelas heavy duty instructors belt. It needs replacing but only because I've lost a bit of weight and I can't tighten it enough. It's a fairly cheap replacement but the BDU pants I bought are way too big now. Those cost me $65.


Yeah, that's a pretty rough problem to have. Tongue  It must be a terrible thing to go down a few pants sizes. Big Grin
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I've been using a belt from Gibson Gunleather for over a year now. Best...belt...ever. Bruce Gibson, owner and proprietor of the operation, is a gunny himself, and makes holsters, belts, and other leather goods that are pure art.

WWW.gibsongunleather.com
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