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Just saw a TV (I know, hold on) for the Go Belt, a stretchable belt with zipper pockets that could accommodate a mag and a small handgun, for $10.

As I wear untucked shirts often, I might order one being so inexpensive.

I have no stake in the offer. The website is getgobelt.com. No, I don't need the silly LED option.
 

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Meh ... the Harbor Freight back support belt (y'know, for lifting stuff) that someone brought up awhile back seemed like a more practical/comfortable idea for a low-cost "belly band" alternative. This Go Belt just looks like a slightly fancier version of a UTG brand duty belt (thin and flimsy, I once made the mistake of buying one). Personally, I wouldn't use either one, though. If you want a holster and/or a gun belt, then usually it's best to use, y'know ... an actual holster and/or a gun belt. But bonus points for thinking outside the box. :)
 

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Good stuff ain't cheap, cheap stuff ain't good.

I can't afford cheap tools.

No, those not always true but they are true a lot of the time. Years back (5?) I spent 45 bucks on a Don Hume belt. It was a good leather gun belt. I've worn it every day that I haven't had a suit on since then (all less 2?). I've got it on now.

Cost out over the years and I bet I get better performance every day for more days.

But still, thanks for the post, this might be just what someone needs to fit a niche.

btw, one thing a good gun belt does is hold the holster upright. I've got a snub .44 that only has the tip of the barrel below the belt line. The rest of the big hunk of steel is above the belt. Yet it rides snug against the body.

And welcome to Ktog,
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I've yet to see anything sold on a late night TV infomercial be any good. This thing would not work for a gun. Even if you could cram one in there and put up with it sagging to your knees, how would you draw from it? A regular fanny pack would work much better, if you can still find those for sale these days.

The Shipping and Handling charge is 99% of the cost of the product. How funny!
 

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I've yet to see anything sold on a late night TV infomercial be any good. This thing would not work for a gun. Even if you could cram one in there and put up with it sagging to your knees, how would you draw from it? A regular fanny pack would work much better, if you can still find those for sale these days.



The Shipping and Handling charge is 99% of the cost of the product. How funny!

Just threw it out there. My P32 would not say it, I bet.
 

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My post got jacked up by autocorrect. I meant that my P32 wouldn't likely weigh down this option being so lightweight.

That said, Urban Carry has a couple of interesting, quality options.
 
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