Help with tactical belt

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  1. potatoheadman

    potatoheadman XDTalk 100 Member

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    LJenkmd XDTalk 4K Member

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    You want it stiff to best stabilize your holster. I bet it will loosen up somewhat if you just wear it awhile. Good Luck.

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    ^^^^^What he said. The whole point in buying a gun belt is that it will be stiff. If you soften it up it kind of defeats the purpose of spending the extra money on a nice belt.
     
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    it will loosen up a bit after you wear it for a while.

    I have the same one, still pretty stiff, as intended well broken in.

    just wear it.... nothing I ever heard of to do?
     

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