Product Preview: Vedder Cobra Quick Release Gun Belt

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posted on May 25, 2018
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Built from extra stiff, dual-layered nylon webbing, the Cobra Quick Release Gun Belt from Vedder Holsters is rigid enough to accommodate even the heaviest of handguns without sagging, and the design of the belt’s buckle allows it to be doffed and donned repeatedly without re-adjusting the fit. Just set the 1.5"-wide belt to the wearer’s correct waist size via a section of hook-and-loop fasteners, and then remove it using the Cobra buckle without losing the desired length. Available in seven different sizes, the Cobra Quick Release Gun Belt works with waists ranging from 26" to 53", and is offered in black or coyote brown. Price: $60. Contact: Vedder Holsters; (352) 729-6749; vedderholsters.com.

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