Whether fully loaded out or carrying minimally for concealment, your belt is the platform from which all other gear gets its stability. For this reason we designed the GS-Tech ™Gun Belt with a layer of Mil-Spec Nylon scuba webbing and a layer of Mil-Spec nylon for added stiffness and stability. MOLLE webbing can be optionally added on the outside lending to mounting options for all kinds of gear. Velcro ™ hook on the inner lining of the belt can be reversed to add battle belt attachments or duty rigs. Velcro hook and loop enclosures allow for easy on /off and adjustable strapping allows the user to fit the belt specifically for a variety of applications.
Nathan Nametka –
This belt has filled a niche for me between a day pack an an everyday hold-up-your-pants device. It fits snugly in normal jean or bdu belt loops, and the pointy angled adjustment tail makes threading it very fast despite the belt’s thickness. The velcro construction makes it simple to remove or to adjust the girth, and it has not come undone when I don’t want it to. In fact, I usually sandwich a belt loop in the Velcro to keep it from rotating when I’ve got a bunch of crap on it.
The biggest pro is the stitching and material. It’s crazy rugged; the plastic parachute buckle will probably bust long before the belt begins to wear. I’ve taken the thing on two longer backpacking trips and a handful of day trips. I don’t use it for anything tactical, but I’ve tromped around with a 1.5 kg canteen in a molle pouch, a multitool, and another .5 kg tech pouch in nasty conditions for ages with no problems.
The interior hook velcro adds an additional layer, and makes the belt stiff and thick. It’s not really a con, since this stiffness helps when the belt is holding cargo, but I’d like an option without it.
Schuyler Dury –
Very cool belt. I wear it all the time and I expect I will die before this thing does!