Finding great deals on survival gear is our favorite hobby. If you want a value priced tactical belt and holster that will last, look no further than right here.
You know we’re always on the lookout for cheap but high quality gear here at BeSurvival.
We’re quite addicted to finding that ideal sweet spot where the best value is.
With that in mind, we have found two high quality pieces of gear, a leg holster and a tactical belt, that we believe are worthy of mention.
When civilization collapses or you find yourself in a wilderness survival situation, being able to quickly draw your weapons in an emergency will be crucial. Quite literally life or death, especially if you’re facing down a grizzly or a crackhead.
If you’re being attacked or threatened by a hostile person or animal, you don’t want to be left helpless fumbling around trying to find your knife or gun.
Having a good holster on you that can safely store a gun and conveniently keep it some place easy to draw from plays a big part in your safety, and also in avoiding accidents.
On our quest to finding the most cost-effective gear we ended up with this multi functional tactical belt and a matching gun holster, both for at or under 10 bucks each!
A Jam Up Tactical Belt For Under $8
This Multifunctional Tactical Belt is made of wear resistant nylon and has a quick-release buckle. It is adjustable, lightweight, breathable, and features two multi-use magazine pouches that can hold (and hide) your extra magazines or just about anything else, examples being folding knives, flashlights, lighters and other small gear.
The length of the belt is adjustable from 27″ to 47″ to fit various waist sizes. The overall size of the belt is 47″ long (max) x 2″ wide. The size of the magazine pouches are 6″ x 2 1/4″ x 1 1/2″ and are completely detachable. And it’s lightweight, weighing only about half a pound.
It comes in three different colors: Khaki, Army green, and Camouflage. I personally prefer the khaki because it matches the holster the best.
This Tactical Belt is very cost-effective, coming in at 7 dollars and some change. There is a lot of bang for your buck here and it feels like an absolute steal. I’ve seen comparable products of the same quality for easily $40 and more.
If you don’t plan to store extra magazines in the detachable pouches on the sides of the belt you can store pretty much a whole mini survival kit in there.
The stitching looks pretty good but it isn’t the highest quality out there, but it appears solid and we had no problems with it tearing or coming undone. It held the loads we put on it, it’s just not world-class stitching.
I’m Digging This Holster Too
The Adjustable Leg Holster is extremely cost-effective as well, coming in at $10. If you compare the price of this holster to the price of something comparable such as the BLACKHAWK! Omega VI you will be pretty much blown away by the price difference, they are almost eight times more expensive!
The holster is adjustable and fits on your upper thigh, and it’s suitable for both left and right-handed mounting. It is universal, in that it fits essentially any pistol you might have. Specifically, it is 4 3/4″ x 2 1/4″ x 8 1/4″ and lightweight, but actually weighs a little more than the belt, coming in at about .75 lbs.
The holster is durable and features a quick-release buckle that matches the belt. The holster comes in two different colors: Black and Khaki.
Again, the price-quality ratio is crazy on this Leg Holster. It only costs $10 but the quality is really up there. I’m a huge fan of using your funds wisely to invest in other gear instead of pouring big bucks for 1% increases in quality. this holster definitely meets that criteria.
The stitching on the holster is comparable to that of the belt and is essentially what you can expect for such a low price. It isn’t the best, but it is definitely good.
Overall Review – Belt 4.5 / 5.0, Holster 4.3 / 5.0
The magazine storage on the belt is a huge plus, and the overall quality is nice. One of the only cons we could find was the stitching. It wasn’t the best, but it’s not completely disappointing either.
The holster is some pretty insane quality for the price you’re paying. No, it’s not top of the line, but for $10 you won’t find anything as good. The stitching wasn’t great on the holster either. Not the worst, but it could definitely be better. Another con was the color isn’t a perfect match to the belt or other similar named colors and there’s not a whole lot of color choice either.
We’re always looking for a great deal around here and we get pretty excited when we find a nice mix between price and quality. Sure you can spend $120 for a tactical belt and holster combo that might have slightly better sticking or a tiny bit more padding, or you can pay $17 and a little change with free shipping.
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