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Old 11-22-2017, 10:30 PM
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Resolved in post 35. Went with the Bigfoot gun belt 14oz and I'm happy with it. I wouldn't. All it slim or low profile but they do reduce the tivkness of the leather where it folds over the buckle so it's not a massive stack.

The best is definitely an issue with the glock 43. You wouldn't think so just trying it on but wearing it all day, you really need a good gun belt. It's still a decent amount of weight. I carry the gun with 9 rounds in a crossbreed mini tuck and without the Bigfoot, it would not work for me. Even with the belt it really has to be cinched pretty tight.
Beware of cinching tight, there are serious issues that can occur with digestion, as well as injury to the back and knees caused by irritating the nerve stack in the hip area. Some good studies on the subject from UCLA medical center and a couple of others. I published some information with citation a couple of years ago that you could search the forum for.

Well the focus is on Police duty belts, my contacts at various belt manufactures I carry say the same issues plague the CCW.

As long as you have no pain, heartburn or bowel issues you should be OK.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3976020/

https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/229710.pdf

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Beware of cinching tight, there are serious issues that can occur with digestion, as well as injury to the back and knees caused by irritating the nerve stack in the hip area. Some good studies on the subject from UCLA medical center and a couple of others. I published some information with citation a couple of years ago that you could search the forum for.

Well the focus is on Police duty belts, my contacts at various belt manufactures I carry say the same issues plague the CCW.

As long as you have no pain, heartburn or bowel issues you should be OK.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3976020/

https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/229710.pdf

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This is quite interesting because I already have back/spine problems and noticed the stomach issues when wearing a belt with a big buckle. This was one of the reasons I went with the Comp-Tac belt with the taper down to 1.25".

Q: It would seem that all other things being equal, IWB would be easier on the back/stomach since the load isn't all being carried outside and dependent on the belt doing all of the work of suspending the holster. With IWB, the body becomes a friction point in keeping the holster in place. Is this a fair conclusion?

At this point, I am only using OWB hard kydex holsters. An IWB may be just the thing to help keeping my back/stomach in better health.

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This is quite interesting because I already have back/spine problems and noticed the stomach issues when wearing a belt with a big buckle. This was one of the reasons I went with the Comp-Tac belt with the taper down to 1.25".

Q: It would seem that all other things being equal, IWB would be easier on the back/stomach since the load isn't all being carried outside and dependent on the belt doing all of the work of suspending the holster. With IWB, the body becomes a friction point in keeping the holster in place. Is this a fair conclusion?

At this point, I am only using OWB hard kydex holsters. An IWB may be just the thing to help keeping my back/stomach in better health.

Thank you for all of your input on CG!!!
Not all IWB are the same in this respect, it will depend somewhat on body type and the position you want to carry the weapon. Yes placing the weapon IWB relieves the cantilever stress an OWB can place on the individual, however what happens to many carriers, especially new carriers they feel some types of holsters "move". It's not that it's really moving, as it is more keenly felt being against the skin which of course is a feeling organ. This is a problem some have with sticky holsters. The type of underwear can have an impact on feel as well. This isn't talked about much because most stores aren't fitters, they are specifically selling a product or products. For many gun stores the holster is just an add on sale, so there isn't much though into the kinesiological impacts of carrying.

Hip size, gun location, type of IWB holster, weapon carried, clothing style all have an impact.

Were going to be setting up for the OC gun show Friday and of course were at the show Saturday and Sunday so it would be hard for me to answer a call, but next week if you want to call and discuss I can at least make a recommendation.

You may notice if you look at our banner we discuss concealed carry systems. It's not just about the holster. You have to consider comfort, crisis effectiveness, and quality, of the systems. That will vary for people depending on age, injury history, sensitivities, training level, etc.

Ask a holster question and many people will tell you want works for them, or what they are currently trying to make work. You seldom see the reply carry information on weight, height, fitness, stomach issues, back, leg or knee issues, other physical limitations. Appendix, 1:30, 3:00, etc.

There is really so much that goes into a proper fitting. Ultimately you have to have the mindset, your not going to choose the time or place of a confrontation or you would have avoided, more than likely it will be a surprise, the location, weather, lighting will be sub-optimal for you, you are likely to be injured, physically engaged, and have to have come through denial, and have about 1-2 seconds to make everything work, there are no second chances. Your life depends on always carrying when you can, and making the right choice on the systems. If your choice of holster or belt make you change your clothing style, the choice is generally wrong.

Anyway good luck, if you need us call we are here to help.
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Not all IWB are the same in this respect, it will depend somewhat on body type and the position you want to carry the weapon. Yes placing the weapon IWB relieves the cantilever stress an OWB can place on the individual, however what happens to many carriers, especially new carriers they feel some types of holsters "move". It's not that it's really moving, as it is more keenly felt being against the skin which of course is a feeling organ. This is a problem some have with sticky holsters. The type of underwear can have an impact on feel as well. This isn't talked about much because most stores aren't fitters, they are specifically selling a product or products. For many gun stores the holster is just an add on sale, so there isn't much though into the kinesiological impacts of carrying.

Hip size, gun location, type of IWB holster, weapon carried, clothing style all have an impact.

Were going to be setting up for the OC gun show Friday and of course were at the show Saturday and Sunday so it would be hard for me to answer a call, but next week if you want to call and discuss I can at least make a recommendation.

You may notice if you look at our banner we discuss concealed carry systems. It's not just about the holster. You have to consider comfort, crisis effectiveness, and quality, of the systems. That will vary for people depending on age, injury history, sensitivities, training level, etc.

Ask a holster question and many people will tell you want works for them, or what they are currently trying to make work. You seldom see the reply carry information on weight, height, fitness, stomach issues, back, leg or knee issues, other physical limitations. Appendix, 1:30, 3:00, etc.

There is really so much that goes into a proper fitting. Ultimately you have to have the mindset, your not going to choose the time or place of a confrontation or you would have avoided, more than likely it will be a surprise, the location, weather, lighting will be sub-optimal for you, you are likely to be injured, physically engaged, and have to have come through denial, and have about 1-2 seconds to make everything work, there are no second chances. Your life depends on always carrying when you can, and making the right choice on the systems. If your choice of holster or belt make you change your clothing style, the choice is generally wrong.

Anyway good luck, if you need us call we are here to help.
I really appreciate all of your input! Not just on this thread, but here on the CG forum in general and serving the shooting and concealing community!
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Old 11-23-2017, 7:36 PM
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Guys if you have never tried a Nextbelt or some other ratcheting belt, you have to do so. The thing is bullet proof, and its so minutely adjustable you will find its very very comfortable. Also, its easy to adjust quickly. I bought one three years ago from Grant. I also bought a few other imitations on amazon just to try to save a few bucks. Not worth it trust me.

This is the one I bought from grant but with a different fancier buckle

https://www.amazon.com/Titan-Coyote-...p_89%3ANexbelt

I was worried about fraying as I shoot lots of prone, but nada, not one stich has frayed. The belt is stiff enough to carry a STI 2011 with three mags loaded to 22 rounds each of 9mm and doesn't roll or sag. It holds a sticky nicely if need be. Even if you buy Brand X or Z do yourself a favor and get rid of the belt holes and try the ratchet, you will definitely love it more than the old fashioned belts.

I'd buy from Grant again if I ever need one as he is a great resource locally.
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Guys if you have never tried a Nextbelt or some other ratcheting belt, you have to do so. The thing is bullet proof, and its so minutely adjustable you will find its very very comfortable. Also, its easy to adjust quickly. I bought one three years ago from Grant. I also bought a few other imitations on amazon just to try to save a few bucks. Not worth it trust me.

This is the one I bought from grant but with a different fancier buckle

https://www.amazon.com/Titan-Coyote-...p_89%3ANexbelt

I was worried about fraying as I shoot lots of prone, but nada, not one stich has frayed. The belt is stiff enough to carry a STI 2011 with three mags loaded to 22 rounds each of 9mm and doesn't roll or sag. It holds a sticky nicely if need be. Even if you buy Brand X or Z do yourself a favor and get rid of the belt holes and try the ratchet, you will definitely love it more than the old fashioned belts.

I'd buy from Grant again if I ever need one as he is a great resource locally.


Thanks for the input. I hate to toss my $85 leather Comp Tac belt. I just started having back and hip issues again. Will wait until that goes away and start wearing it again and see what happens. Getting old sucks.
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Thanks for the input. I hate to toss my $85 leather Comp Tac belt. I just started having back and hip issues again. Will wait until that goes away and start wearing it again and see what happens. Getting old sucks.
Where are you positioning your holster? (Exact position).
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Where are you positioning your holster? (Exact position).
Right hand side at 3:00-3:30.
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Right hand side at 3:00-3:30.
Make sure to keep the gun off the hip bone. 3:30 - 4 is going to be your best choice so you stay off the stack of nerves the run up the leg. Can't the grip of the weapon towards 3:00 and do not over tighten. The fact that gun moves with your body is not a bad thing. Pants falling down could be, but you get the point. Unless the gun is really sliding down your body, and your pants are falling off resist the desire to crank the belt down.

Give the a try and see if the pain subsides.

Remind me, what kind of gun are you carrying?
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Make sure to keep the gun off the hip bone. 3:30 - 4 is going to be your best choice so you stay off the stack of nerves the run up the leg. Can't the grip of the weapon towards 3:00 and do not over tighten. The fact that gun moves with your body is not a bad thing. Pants falling down could be, but you get the point. Unless the gun is really sliding down your body, and your pants are falling off resist the desire to crank the belt down.

Give the a try and see if the pain subsides.

Remind me, what kind of gun are you carrying?


Thanks! Iíll give it a go!!

Iím carrying an XD-m 4.5Ē in 45 ACP mostly. Itís a bit lighter than my 5Ē 1911. Sometimes Iíll switch it up and carry my Les Baer also in a KT Mech kydex holster.
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Thanks! Iíll give it a go!!

Iím carrying an XD-m 4.5Ē in 45 ACP mostly. Itís a bit lighter than my 5Ē 1911. Sometimes Iíll switch it up and carry my Les Baer also in a KT Mech kydex holster.
Let me make sure, are you carrying OWB or IWB. Much of KT's work is OWB?

Try my first suggestion.

I am not sure of your body type, but if the first suggestion doesn't quite work, adjust the holster so the gun rides higher on the hip, so we shift the weight balance. .45's are heavy and we need to apply connection with the body to minimize the impact of that weight.
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Let me make sure, are you carrying OWB or IWB. Much of KT's work is OWB?



Try my first suggestion.



I am not sure of your body type, but if the first suggestion doesn't quite work, adjust the holster so the gun rides higher on the hip, so we shift the weight balance. .45's are heavy and we need to apply connection with the body to minimize the impact of that weight.


Yes, OWB. Iím 190 lbs and 5í10Ē. Average build with expansion in front.

Iíll put the gun further back and also move the belt loops lower so the gun rides higher.

(Mom is in the hospital right now, so havenít had a chance yet to call you).

Thanks for all of the Ďvirtualí help!!!
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Yes, OWB. Iím 190 lbs and 5í10Ē. Average build with expansion in front.

Iíll put the gun further back and also move the belt loops lower so the gun rides higher.

(Mom is in the hospital right now, so havenít had a chance yet to call you).

Thanks for all of the Ďvirtualí help!!!
Your mom is in my prayers. No problem on the help, I enjoy problem solving.

Are you using clips or wings attached to the holster to run the belt through?
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Are you using clips or wings attached to the holster to run the belt through?
Thank you sir.

I'm using the regular P shaped belt loop thingies that come standard.
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Just a note, we now have the new Gen 6 Nexbelt in stock. We will be premiering the belt at Del Mar. The most significant improvements are the uses of stainless steel screws at each attach point in the buckle. The latch has been upgraded to double locks well maintaining the buckle to belt screws.

The purpose of the upgrade was to assure fighting strength during a hand to hand engagement. Rigidity is improved without harming the dynamic comfort which has been a highlight of the belt making it comfortable to wear all day +

I invite you to stop by and see them. Feel free to ask questions.

I am still wearing my Gen 2 belt and consider it the most comfortable belt I have ever worn, but after more inventory becomes available I will be upgrading to the Gen 6.
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So the old style toothed clasp is gone? The one that chews up the belt end so much it opens on it's own and requires repeated trimming to fix?
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So the old style toothed clasp is gone? The one that chews up the belt end so much it opens on it's own and requires repeated trimming to fix?
No, the tooth clasp is still there but it's now a double tooth clasp that locks in tighter. With the added set screws that go into the belt there should not be any movement of flex at that point to allow a disengagement. More easily shown than explained.

The Gen 1 belt depended on the toothed clasp to attach to the belt.

The Gen 2 belt added reenforcements to the lateral stability of the belt and stronger stitching at the tongue of the belt.

The Gen 3 belt added set screws that more firmly attached the buckle to the belt to better survive a grappling fight

The Gen 4 belt enlarged the screws to prevent cross threading.

The Gen 5 belt added length to the tang of the buckle (great unless you AIWB) and larger screws.

The Gen 6 belt replaces pins with stainless steel screws, upgrades the Clasp to double jawed, adds some stiffness to the belt. (I personally don't think it was needed). Basically if you get into a fight your going to break before the belt.

The team at Nexbelt has been great, and continue to work with me and some others to improve the product and have some new items coming out that I can't wait to talk about, but am currently embargoed on.
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Thanks for the details. Appears my belt is Gen 1. It's always been my favorite other than it's now becoming too short from repeated trimming. Nice to see they've addressed the issue. Time for a Gen 6.
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Thanks for the details. Appears my belt is Gen 1. It's always been my favorite other than it's now becoming too short from repeated trimming. Nice to see they've addressed the issue. Time for a Gen 6.
It's at least time for a look, I am still wearing a Gen 3 every day, and have no reason to replace it, although the 6 is enough that I probably will.

There is a new design in the leather that is really nice if your wearing a suit.
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