Who wears a Nexbelt?

That’s a nice Ruger SR9c you have there. :grin:

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40c actually :wink:

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.40!
Stud.

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1 have 4 of them. 2 leather and 2 nylon . I match them with Vedder Holsters for whatever firearm I’m carrying for the day.

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welcome to the group all you Roberts :smiley: @Robert100 @Robert252

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I have two other ratcheting belts and the day came when my SIG 9mm carry came off of the belt: completely. They are just fine for a everyday wear but NOT for EDC. Been wearing my NEXBELT for 3 weeks now and will never (ever!) wear anything else. Period.

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Welcome to the group @Michael321! Are you sporting the web version or the leather?

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The more I hear about this belt, the more I want one.

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The leather; the one that looks like a normal buckle (but is so not). The way the way the “buckle “ is connected to the leather is with SS set screws - not coming apart. This is now my idea of a Gun belt.

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I got the USCCA branded Nexbelt. It didn’t come with all of the screws. The USCCA branded plate came off of the buckle. I broke two scalpels trying to trim the belt down to size (the blades shot off with impressive velocity). It’s falling apart, and every time I fasten it, the buckle tries to come off.

This all sounds very negative, but the thing works, and works well. I had some unexpected expenses recently, but when I get caught back up, a new Nexbelt is on my list of items to obtain.

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I have two of them. They are ok for slacks and a fairly light handgun but I didn’t find them adequate for my heavier guns or my jeans.

I wear either Carhartt Jeans or 5.11 “tactical pants” most of the time.

These are the belts I wear most of the time now.

Very practical, extremely comfortable, never rolls or stretches and will support and properly distribute a lot of weight. They also help me a lot support wise for my lower back issues.

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