Gun Belt, 1.75"

MODEL: 7202 SKU: PART:

The Model 7202 Gun Belt is a 1.75 inch 4-part laminate design for long lasting shape and durability.

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Gun Belt, 1.75

The Model 7202 Gun Belt is a 1.75 inch 4-part laminate design for long lasting shape and durability.

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$42.50
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Print The Model 7202 Gun Belt is a 1.75 in. (45 mm) 4-part laminate design for long lasting shape and durability. It has a ballistic weave exterior, closed-cell foam center with an internal polymer stiffener, and Coptex™ knit lining. It has sturdy polymer shatter-resistant buckle. Release is achieved by squeezing the top and bottom of the buckle. Two web keepers. Four sizes fit 28" - 52" (71 cm-132 cm) waists. Complements AccuMold® holsters and accessories.
Gun Belt, 1.75" is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good solid gun belt I used this for a duty belt for a bit, and occasionally as a hunting accessory. Belt is solid with a nice texture. Belt has taken a beating over the years, but still functions flawlessly. It will accept any Bianchi holster or mag pouch, and it fits nicely with the accumold line of products. Belt is stiff and hold up a firearm and magazines well. You adjust it just like a military web belt, you pull off the velcro off the back side, move the retaining elastic band off, either lengthen or shorten belt through the belt buckle, then put the velcro back and place the elastic band band back on to hold it in place. Only complaint is that the belt is so stiff, if you adjust the length, the belt will bulge until you wear it enough that it forms back into a flat belt. Overall a great product and a really nice price.
Date published: 2014-11-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Belt, But Get the ELS I used this belt for awhile, but I have since switched to the ELS system. Rating this belt by its own merit, it's a good belt, relatively stiff, and easy enough to adjust. The buckle is strong. Having acknowledged that, the ELS belt is far superior, with far more adjustability and attachment options, as well as stiffness... for not that much more money. I'd highly recommend going with the ELS belt, even if you don't use the ELS attachment system, as the ELS belt can still be used as "just a belt" with normal holster and accessory attachments.
Date published: 2014-11-25
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