- Jul 6, 2010
- Reaction score
- Dallas GA
This is what I find to be super useful and intuitive for me -
I prefer a two layer belt that consists of a Velcro inner belt you can thread through your pant loops and a molle outer belt for attaching the accessories to.
Here’s a few I’ve used and recommend:
Ronin tactics senshi
Ronin Tactic’s Special Edition SENSHI belt is the tactical gun belt used by Team Ronin. Made with a nylon weave camouflage material with black trim, this belt provides the shooter with a stiffer platform. The SENSHI Belt was designed and developed on the battle field by Special Operations...www.ronintactics.com
AWS operators belt
Ferro bison belt
ATTENTION: Please refer to this sizing guide as this belt is sized for your waist, not your pants size. Two features not synonymous with the traditional battle belt: lightweight and low profile. We set out to develop a belt constructed with those elements in mind and sacrifice nothing along the...ferroconcepts.com
As far as holsters go, I’d definitely check out g code, safariland, and my go to for kydex is ANR design but there’s a ton of other good makers too. I like the RTI or QLS interface that enables you to leave the attachment piece mounted on the belt, and let’s you swap different corresponding holsters to it. This allows you to run multiple different pistols on the same rig. This also helps if you run the same pistol with different weapon lights, etc.
I’ll add Jones Tactical to suppliers for a high quality 2-belt system. He’s in Atlanta, makes them one at a time, and sources all US-made materials except for the Cobra buckle.