Magpul Tejas Gun Belt

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posted on January 4, 2016
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Most are familiar with the rifle and shotgun accessories available from Magpul. The company that brought such innovations as the PMag and the M-LOK attachment system are well-known in the shooting world for quality components, going so far as to be offered as OEM equipment on many different platforms.

The company has long had a line of apparel with which enthusiasts can show their support. That line has now branched into useful gear like the Tactical Gloves and, now, this Tejas Gun Belt. With a removable buckle (that comes off with ingenious, branded, tool-free fasteners, no less!), it can be customized to your liking or left bone-stock and still look good.

Constructed of 1.5-inch wide bullhide leather reinforced with an equivalent layer of the company's polymer, the Tejas Gun Belt is supremely sturdy. Support for even the heaviest full-size pistols and extra magazines is available in spades (make sure your holster's belt loops can accommodate the prodigious size of thus belt, first).

MSRP: $84.95. Available in Chocolate, light brown and black in sizes from 32-to 42-inch lengths.

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