Lead time 5-6 weeks if plain, up to 8 weeks if stamped.
Tucker's gun belts are made two layers of premium Hermann Oak leather, the finest veg. tanned leather, made in the USA.
The layered construction resists twisting, thereby spreading the weight of your gun out over a large area. No sagging, even with a heavy gun.
The stitching is perfect and the buckle is interchangeable. If you get stamping, it's done carefully by hand and looks extraordinary.
Tucker Gun Belt Video Review
Price shown is for a plain belt. Stamping designs are extra.
** Choose a Tucker Belt if buying a matched holster and magazine pouch, especially if you want decorative stamping.
You want to carry your gun in comfort, but it's virtually impossible with a single-layer traditional belt.
You need a true gun belt - a belt with two layers of leather bonded and sewn together so it resists twisting.This spreads the weight of your gun out over a larger area and prevents sagging, pulling and droop.
When you draw your gun, the holster and belt should not pull up with the gun, but stay stationary.
A true gun belt like ours will make you feel like the holster and gun are part of you, not some bothersome appendage flopping around on your waist. The gun belt is the foundation of comfortable carry.
We recommend our Tucker belts for use in matched belt holster sets or if you want stamping.
Tucker's standard belts are thick (1/4" plus), double layer cowhide, bonded and sewn for long life and comfort. (Thinner belts are available by request. Must use the thinner belt when having Velcro Strip sewn in.)
No one uses better hides, so you can expect long life with daily wear. Nothing supports the weight of a holstered gun like a good gunbelt.
The Tucker Gun belts are best for matching a holster and magazine pouch or if you will have your new rig stamped.
Our Gun Belts are top quality made from Hermann Oak Leather.***
Easy Way to Put On a Gun Belt (below):
The best way to put on a stiff gun belt is to avoid bending the tail of the belt back to the right and pulling. Instead, put the tail through the buckle, grab it with your right hand and move hands in opposite directions until you reach the hole you want. Same goes for taking the belt off.