Galco introduces Heavy Duty Instructors Belts

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posted on January 21, 2016
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Galco Heavy Duty Instructors Belts are constructed of SCUBA webbing, and extremelyrigid and sturdy. They feature a drop forged, parachute-spec buckle finished with Roguard by Robar. An epoxy-finished belt tip prevents fraying, while the Velcro closure provides security.

The extreme stiffness of the Heavy Duty Instructors Belts makes them very suitable for security or law enforcement use, where users will have heavy gear attached. They’re also excellent for competitive use by practical pistol and three-gun shooters. Available in black and flat dark earth.

Small 30 - 33 inches
Medium 34 - 37 inches
Large 38 - 41 inches
Extra Large 42 - 45 inches
Extra Extra Large 46 - 49 inches 

MSRP: $59.95

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