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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim T. View Post
    I bought a Bigfoot gun belt a couple years back (they advertise on here at least they did a couple years back) and it's been the best belt for me so far. I guess it all depends on your gut size...
    Forgive me for a possibly personal question, but which gut size is it accommodating? I'm presently rocking the stereotypical "Dad Bod", do you think it'd work for me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooky View Post
    Forgive me for a possibly personal question, but which gut size is it accommodating? I'm presently rocking the stereotypical "Dad Bod", do you think it'd work for me?
    Sorry, I don't sell them I just know it works for me... All I can say is "Good Luck"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim T. View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spooky View Post
    Forgive me for a possibly personal question, but which gut size is it accommodating? I'm presently rocking the stereotypical "Dad Bod", do you think it'd work for me?
    Sorry, I don't sell them I just know it works for me... All I can say is "Good Luck"!
    Heh, fair enough. Glad they have that 7 day "trial period".
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    I carry in a shoulder holster. I don't always have a belt but my shoulders go with me everywhere I go.

    My usual non-work attire is a t-shirt as Walkingstick described - solid color, plain, pocket T from Walmart with an untucked, 10 dollar, Walmart or other similarly priced western-cut, snap front, short-sleeve, shirt over it. I can usually wear the outer shirt completely unsnapped but I can easily snap it in circumstances where I need to be more reliably discrete. I can also unsnap it quickly and easily if required.

    I hear coworkers talking about finding deals on pants for $65 to $150 a pair. I have never paid over $30 for a pair of pants - with one exception; I did buy one pair for about $65 ten years ago from itailor.com. Found it to be not really any better than the at-the-time 20 dollar pants I was buying and never ordered any more.

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    I wear this one for years and found it very comfortable and practical.
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