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Pip
Junior Member

USA
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Posted - August 18 2019 :  11:26:13 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Would appreciate help. I'm searching for a 1.25" wide belt suitable to wear with everyday clothes and which will help when carrying IWB and OWB. Any help appreciated....

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Pip

WR Moore
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USA
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Posted - August 19 2019 :  10:43:49 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Depending upon what you're going to be carrying, that may be hard. More from the adequate support standpoint. I recall having to have a tailor change all the belt loops on a suit to 1.5 inches. Maybe Beltman?

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Pip
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USA
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Posted - August 19 2019 :  2:18:48 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
For the most part, J frame Smiths - M60 2".

Thanks!

Pip

Edited by - Pip on August 19 2019 2:22:11 PM
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revjen45
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Posted - August 20 2019 :  11:39:15 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I like the gunbelt from Dillon Precision. Avail. in 1.25". Stitched dbl. thick, stiff enough to hold a real pistol. $70 and worth it.

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