Once you have completed your concealed carry education and are ready to defend yourself if required, one of the other aspects of the process that you need to give consideration to is what sort of gun belt to choose.
As you might expect, the gun belt market is fairly crowded with plenty of options to choose from so here are some of the leading contenders and the main features for each one in order to help you decide which one is right for you.
A belt that won’t let you down
The ultimate steel core belt from Relentless Tactical claims to be the toughest gun belt around and the innerspring steel insert is believed to be the deciding factor that allows it to make that bold claim.
Without compromising on quality, it will deliver excellent durability and longevity.
Dual-purpose belt that ticks a lot of boxes
Next up is the Bullbelt steel core made by Daltech Force, which is a comfortable weight and as well as doing the job as a gun belt it can just as easily be used as a normal dress belt.
The competitive price means you are getting a belt that is top quality without it costing a fortune.
If you don’t want a steel insert
A belt with a steel insert is not what everyone wants and Relentless Tactical has also covered that option well with their Double Tap gun belt.
As it does not have an insert it means that this belt will mold to your body shape with ease.
Fashionable and functional
If you want a belt that offers a great combination of professional carry features as well as a fashionable design the Executive Gun Belt made by CrossBreed Holsters delivers on those demands.
The belt has been hand-oiled in order to achieve that desirable custom-made look.
Solid and versatile
The Relentless Tactical Colossal Concealed Carry CCW gun belt consistently achieves great reviews and one of the reasons for this is the fact that it is capable of allowing you to carry all sorts of gear, from mag pouches to axes, and even power tools.
This belt is definitely versatile and won’t let you down.
Abrasion and moisture-resistant
If you are looking for a brown leather gun belt you might want to take a look at the Horse Hide Gun Belt by Beltman.
It comes with seven holes so that you won’t have problems with adjustability.
Great weight capacity
If you would like a more traditional style belt that is capable of delivering a great performance and coping with a variety of weight requirements it would be worth considering the Gunner Concealed Carry Leather Belt by Hanks.
It also has a removable buckle to make adjustment easy.
A belt that has stood the test of time
A belt design that has been around since the early 1990s and still wins great reviews has to be worth a second look and the Concealed Carry Gun Belt by Aker is the belt in question.
It is a belt that is designed for rollover protection and can hold any holster.
If you are in the market for a gun belt, hopefully, these suggestions and pointers will enable you to choose the right one for your needs.