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    im in need of a decent 1.5" belt thats sturdy enough to carry my heavy SP-01 but affordable for my poor abused wallet. currently any thing over $50 is out of my reach.

    any suggestions?

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    Matt85 wrote:
    im in need of a decent 1.5" belt thats sturdy enough to carry my heavy SP-01 but affordable for my poor abused wallet. currently any thing over $50 is out of my reach.

    any suggestions?

    thank you

    -matt
    Hello Matt,



    Try The Wilderness @ http://store.thewilderness.com/produ...oducts_id=2007.

    The instructor belts are excellent. I would suggest the 5 stitch or the CMS under the belt stiffness pull down window. A belt that provides good vertical stiffness is one of the most important aspects of the belt/ holster platform for daily carry of a large framed firearm. You are starting in the right direction by purchasing a high quality belt.




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    Look on EBAY...

    You can often find used Galcos, Bianchi's, and other brand-name belts there for reasonable prices...
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    Take a look at the Cabelas Double Duty

    Real sturdy, double thick, offers great support, and is on sale for $29.99 right now.



    I've had my present one for 3 years now and it's still going strong.





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    Here's the Galco instructor belt that I use, it's $49.99.

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    sheepdaddy wrote:
    Take a look at the Cabelas Double Duty

    Real sturdy, double thick, offers great support, and is on sale for $29.99 right now.



    I've had my present one for 3 years now and it's still going strong.



    Thanks for the recommendation - that looks like a pretty nice belt, especially for the price. I was wondering if you would be able to tell us how wide that particular belt it is, since it doesn't specify on Cabela's site.

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    The Double Duty is 1.5 inches wide.

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