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Bigfoot Gun Belts

Not all gun belts support your pistol equally.  Some are rigid enough to do the deed while others respond like spaghetti al dente when a bit of weight is put on them.  Bigfoot Gun Belts has come up with a metal reinforced version of a belt that might just steel your money away.

Yes, we felt just as terrible making that pun as you do reading it.

Viagra for your gunbelt

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The Bigfoot Gun Belt with its steel core that any range should let at it might even be up to the task of supporting the S&W500. Not that most people strap a cannon on their hip as part of their every day carry, but hey better to be prepared for it.

The Bigfoot Gun Belts are American made, made from American Leather and pack a hidden bit of American Steel to create the stiffness.  Each belt is made from double layered English Bridle leather with spring steel core ensuring your open or concealed carry doesn’t go limp.

Its like permanent Viagra for your sidearm carry method.

Bigfoot Gun Belts feel that their belt will "stand up" to just about anything you can throw at it.  Second pun of the article for those keeping track.

Bigfoot Gun Belts feel that their belt will “stand up” to just about anything you can throw at it. That’s the second terrible pun for the news article for those keeping track.

You can get a Bigfoot Gun Belt in three variations.  One that is 14oz Leather with no Steel Core for lighter guns or to hold your pants up, 14oz with Steel Core for the majority of your carry purposes or for the larger of guns a 18oz one with Steel Core. At first glance this certainly seems like it has a lot of potential as a part of your EDC/Every Day Carry (EDW/Every Day Wear?).

You can pick your belt up here or check out their Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+, Youtube, and Gun District.  There has been very little innovation in belts themselves and its refreshing to see a company try something different.  We have not reviewed one of these yet, but we plan on doing so. It will be interesting to see how these belts “hold up” to the task.

That’s the last one we promise.

 

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