Gun Belts: Beat the Sag with Choices from Wright, Bigfoot

We tested a drawer full of leather and nylon belts to find sturdy enough models that will hold up a full-size 1911 and extra ammo.

When you make the decision to carry a holstered handgun in the field or in concealed carry, you need a proper gun belt. A standard dress belt will allow the holstered handgun to sag on the trousers. A poor belt is a huge problem for concealed-carry permit holders. Choosing the proper belt isn’t that difficult, […]
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