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Gun Belt, 42-46" Waist, .38-Cal Loops, 2.5" Wide, Chocolate Leather reviews - page 1

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

By micheljgaudet from USA on 2016-01-24 12:25:02

Things I liked: Well, gee... really not MUCH to tell here. The thing NOW fits my gut, as I keep forgetting the weight loss going on in my body (YEA ME!) and had to return for a SMALLER one-size down. So, all is good FOR NOW, until I loose ANOTHER 50-to-100 pounds. At this time, I will HAPPILY purchase another, then the old one will be modified into a FINE bandoleer... just need to modify so as to fit flat across the front of the body. Any who, I am really looking forward to it_ hee hee.

Things I would have changed: What I would change is not so much the belt, as it SEEMS to be about as authentic as it gets. I would change the SIZING. I would rather it be as 32-38, 38-44, 44-50 etc., instead of 32-38, 40-46 or 48-54. Notice the bit of overlap MY way? Any who, I have SEVERAL period gun belts from back in 'THE DAY' when it was a common thing for men to wear... talking about the 1800s to about the early-mid 1900s. My mother's dad (I'm movin' close to 70!) was a circuit judge, and he actually wore a "Colt S.A.A." on his hip in general everyday life, which he inherited from his daddy who was a Texas Ranger. Great granddaddy had one of the first "Colt Texas Paterson, 40 cal. got around 1837 or 38, then he got the one I now have, the Colt S.A.A., along with the gun-belt & holster, which I would not sell for a million bucks! I think great grand dad got it in 1877, not too long after they came out. Now I own it and the original gear. I just keep the leather 'conditioned'_ and good as new!

What others should know: Hmmm - people, if you are going to get one of the WONDERFUL 'Umarex Colt S.A.A' versions, you truly NEED to go ahead and get the holster and belt, and I believe buying at PA is the way to go, MAINLY for their fantastic customer service... REALLY NICE FOLKS WANTING TO HELP YOU! Seriously, when I have my jeans & western-style shirt and my hat & boots on (bury me with mah boots on, pard!), my holster & belt with gun nested on my hip, it REALLY does something good for me. I feel as though I can imagine my self back when men were men and knew right from wrong, and could walk the streets ready for any trouble that might need a little bit more than just talking or the fist for 'persuasion'; that IRON could say tons, without having to BARK LOUD. And it is just A GOOD THING to have the holster and belt to fill out the equation of THAT FEELING... good times.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:4.0

By George from USA on 2015-12-05 16:34:20

Things I liked: The look is great, especially with the "cartridges" in place

Things I would have changed: I would use some type of suede leather to line the belt as it slips too much when on.

What others should know: This is by far the best buy for a cartridge belt available. I have to figure a way to keep it from sliding down. Oh well, it is still a great product for the dollar. I will figure some way to keep it in place

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    By Philip from USA on 2017-04-27
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    5.01 rating

    Things I liked: Fits great!

    Things I would have changed: Nothing.

    What others should know: It goes great with the gun.

     
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    By George from USA on 2016-03-22
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    0.00 ratings

    Things I liked: This is a well made belt with well sewn cartridge loops.

    Things I would have changed: Nothing really

    What others should know: The belt and holster are both well made and worth the money spent. Construction is first rate. If you are looking for a holster for the Colt Single action BB or Pellet pistol this is the buy to get.

     
  • 5.0 5.0

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    By micheljgaudet from USA on 2016-01-24
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    5.03 ratings

    Things I liked: Well, gee... really not MUCH to tell here. The thing NOW fits my gut, as I keep forgetting the weight loss going on in my body (YEA ME!) and had to return for a SMALLER one-size down. So, all is good FOR NOW, until I loose ANOTHER 50-to-100 pounds. At this time, I will HAPPILY purchase another, then the old one will be modified into a FINE bandoleer... just need to modify so as to fit flat across the front of the body. Any who, I am really looking forward to it_ hee hee.

    Things I would have changed: What I would change is not so much the belt, as it SEEMS to be about as authentic as it gets. I would change the SIZING. I would rather it be as 32-38, 38-44, 44-50 etc., instead of 32-38, 40-46 or 48-54. Notice the bit of overlap MY way? Any who, I have SEVERAL period gun belts from back in 'THE DAY' when it was a common thing for men to wear... talking about the 1800s to about the early-mid 1900s. My mother's dad (I'm movin' close to 70!) was a circuit judge, and he actually wore a "Colt S.A.A." on his hip in general everyday life, which he inherited from his daddy who was a Texas Ranger. Great granddaddy had one of the first "Colt Texas Paterson, 40 cal. got around 1837 or 38, then he got the one I now have, the Colt S.A.A., along with the gun-belt & holster, which I would not sell for a million bucks! I think great grand dad got it in 1877, not too long after they came out. Now I own it and the original gear. I just keep the leather 'conditioned'_ and good as new!

    What others should know: Hmmm - people, if you are going to get one of the WONDERFUL 'Umarex Colt S.A.A' versions, you truly NEED to go ahead and get the holster and belt, and I believe buying at PA is the way to go, MAINLY for their fantastic customer service... REALLY NICE FOLKS WANTING TO HELP YOU! Seriously, when I have my jeans & western-style shirt and my hat & boots on (bury me with mah boots on, pard!), my holster & belt with gun nested on my hip, it REALLY does something good for me. I feel as though I can imagine my self back when men were men and knew right from wrong, and could walk the streets ready for any trouble that might need a little bit more than just talking or the fist for 'persuasion'; that IRON could say tons, without having to BARK LOUD. And it is just A GOOD THING to have the holster and belt to fill out the equation of THAT FEELING... good times.

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    4.0 4.0

    By George from USA on 2015-12-05
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    5.01 rating

    Things I liked: The look is great, especially with the "cartridges" in place

    Things I would have changed: I would use some type of suede leather to line the belt as it slips too much when on.

    What others should know: This is by far the best buy for a cartridge belt available. I have to figure a way to keep it from sliding down. Oh well, it is still a great product for the dollar. I will figure some way to keep it in place

     
  • 4.0 4.0

    5.0 5.0

    By KC from USA on 2015-07-13
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    4.01 rating

    Things I liked: Nice leather, reasonable price.

    Things I would have changed: Add info on number of shell loops on belt. Make sure shell loops were centered (middle of back) so space to hang holster was same on left & right.

    What others should know: Be careful of sizing. One review suggested that belt should be a little larger than you actually need so to fit over cloths. I need a 41", so 1st ordered 42-46 belt. Actual measurement to last hole was 43-1/2" (too big for me). Belt shipped to me - true sizing was 43 1/2" to 48". Waiting on next size down replacement now.

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