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Shell Pouch Belt Needed

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Dave P, Jan 2, 2013.

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  1. Dave P

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    My belt buckle broke on mine and I've searched any number of sites and on-line catalogs for a new belt. I can't find one unless I want to spend more than I paid for the whole thing. Anyone have one for sale in the $10-$15 area. I just need a cheapo nylon Bob Allen type. I don't care what type of buckle/clip it has. Or, if anyone has any buckles/clips, that would be fine too. Dave

    PM me if you have something. I'm not always around so I may not answer promptly.
     
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    Go to your local scuba dive shop and get a weight belt. They are stiff nylon and have a no-slip buckle. Should be about $10.
     
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    Good point, Shag -- stiffness in the pouch belt is important. I bought a nice Browning pouch five weeks ago and the soft, flimsy belt is already rolling up into a rope. Had to switch it out with the belt from my old pouch.

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    I'll send you one for free....
    Just cover the postage...
     
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    Robster7: Sent you a PM
     
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    I bought a 2" duty belt off Ebay a couple of years ago.......very stiff & works great.
     
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