CrossBreed Holsters Gun Belt

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posted on May 27, 2014
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Next to a quality holster (which CrossBreed Holsters also provides), a top-notch gun belt makes a world of difference for the concealed-carrier.

The CrossBreed Holsters Gun Belt is made with two layers of cowhide for extra stability. Available in 1.25-inch or 1.5-inch widths, these belts come in brown or black with chrome hardware. Sized to fit, with instructions on how to provide the most accurate measurement on the company's website, these belts are available to fit any size. A basketweave finish is available, as is having hook-and-loop points for the company's holster clips.

Having a quality gun belt is absolutely critical to a positive concealed-carry experience. A quality holster is also critical, but having a great holster on a floppy, thin dress belt is not going to be the same as having a purpose-built belt upon which to hang your heater. It's tough call which I'd rather do: carry an inferior holster on a quality belt, or a quality holster on an inferior belt. One thing is certain, though: carrying a quality holster on a quality belt is certainly the most preferable of options.

MSRP: $59.50

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