A good belt is not the same as a good gun belt.
If you’ve been carrying for very long, you’ve probably discovered that your belt can make or break your experience. The reason for this is simple: most belts aren’t stiff enough to hold the weight of a gun and holster, let alone the added weight of an extra magazine or two.
Over time (sometimes literally days), “normal” belts will begin to sag, crack, and generally wear out from the weight and stress of carrying guns, magazines, flashlights, etc. You can buy belt after belt after belt, or you can buy one good gun belt.
There are many great gun belt options on the market, and in the coming weeks we will highlight several of them. But the important thing to remember is that a good belt does not make a good gun belt. You need a tool designed for the job.
What About You?
What gun belt(s) do you use? Which gun belts would you like us to review? What makes the perfect gun belt? Let us know in the comments below!