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Brave Response Holster

Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by freewookie, May 31, 2018.

  1. freewookie

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    Get some training and your understanding of what makes a good holster will be clearer
     
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    Oh geez. No no no
     
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    You guys are too rough on this product. The only thing wrong with it is it is $70- $75 bucks too much. (Honestly, I wouldn't' wear that to a booger-pickin' contest).

    See posts above for further clarification.

    Try www.ubgholsters.com for a MUCH better product at a MUCH better price. And use coupon code OKShooters at checkout for a nice discount.
     
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    I have a good kydex holster but regardless of the belt I’ve tried I get tired of my pants/shorts sagging. Think I may just act like I’m 80 and start wearing suspenders.


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    Don't want to sound to rough but I'd go with the suspenders.
     
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    What belts have you tried? Anything with a steel insert? A good belt, key word good, makes all the difference in the world. To further clarify good, it should be specifically made to hold firearms on your waist.
     
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    511 and a really heavy thick leather belt. Have any suggestions?


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    I’ve used a double thick leather belt from Crossbreed and it worked well for about 5 years. I now have an aliengear belt with a steel insert. The aliengear leather isn’t the highest quality, but the steel insert really makes that thing stiff. I could hang bricks from that thing and it wouldn’t pull my pants down. It’s held up well for about 2 years now. I don’t carry daily, but I wear that belt daily.

    Are you well endowed in your posterior? Having some man curves helps stuff to stay put. A total lack of hips and ass may make any belt tougher to keep up. Since I’m totally bootylicious, my stuff stays up. YMMV!
     
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    Thanks!

    Yeah I think that’s part of my issue. Not much junk in the trunk. I’ll take a look at the aliengear.



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