Blackhawk CQB/Riggers Belt
Blackhawk CQB/Riggers Belt
Blackhawk CQB/Riggers Belt
Blackhawk CQB/Riggers Belt
Blackhawk CQB/Riggers Belt
Blackhawk CQB/Riggers Belt
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Blackhawk CQB/Riggers Belt

MSRP: $40.95
A longtime bestseller at BLACKHAWK!®, the CQB/Rigger’s Belt is MIL-standard certified and built with parachute-grade buckles and adapters for unparalleled strength and support.


  • 1.75” webbing
  • Nylon webbing only tensile strength: 7,000-lb. (solid colors) or 5,000-lb. (MultiCam®)
  • Hook & loop secures running end
  • Parachute-grade buckles and adapters meet PIA-H-7195 standards

  • Sizing:

  • Small: Up to 34" waist
  • Medium: Up to 41" waist
  • Large: Up to 51" waist
  • Reviews
    Review Summary
    164 Reviews
    70% (114)
    22% (36)
    4% (6)
    3% (5)
    2% (3)
    91% Recommend this product (150 of 164 responses)
    By Eric
    Nashville, Tennessee
    January 26, 2018
    Blackhawk CQB good choice for duty wear.
    I work in emergency services and have been wearing this style and brand belt for a number of years now. Excellent for emergency egress and precautionary lifeline usage in low angle situations.
    Prosgoes well with BDU style trousers. heavy reinforced stitching with strong hook and loop closure, heavy duty rigging point.
    By Brett
    Poughkeepsie, NY
    January 20, 2018
    An okay belt. Worth the money at the sale price
    Seems to be well made. I'm having trouble cinching it tight though. The velcro seems to hang up on the buckle when pulling it through. Maybe that will ease with usage. Once you get it cinched up it holds well. Not as thick as a Wilderness Belt so don't expect that level of stiffness.. Overall it will work as my temporary fatman belt while I get rid of the winter weight. Makes a good backup belt so you don't have to keep switching belts from one pair of pants to another. Keep your best belt on your range clothing and use this one for the work around the house pants.
    ProsGood belt for the money at the sale price. Good as a backup belt
    ConsDifficult to get cinched down tight.
    By Jerry Marshall
    Windsor, Colorado
    September 13, 2017
    Blackhawk riggers belt
    Although the belt was OK, I returned it for two reasons. First, the sizing guide was misleading. All of my pants are size 38 or 40 depending on style and manufacturer. The sizing guide indicated that the belt I ordered would fit up waist size up to 41". The belt I received barely went around my waist much less being able to buckle it. Secondly was the Velcro closure. Too much of the "fuzzy" part of the Velcro would have been exposed when wearing the belt which I believe detracted from the belt's appearance.
    By Dave
    August 30, 2017
    Blackhawk CQB Riggers Belt
    I am a retired LE and still train and daily carry. This item was purchased for the purpose of wearing both an inside the waist band and outside the waist band holsters, mag pouch and Leatherman sheath. I ordered two of these items (different colors) and the items arrived in good order after a small delay (backorder, of which I was notified ). I now have one week of wearing these items and found the initial configuration to be sturdy and stitching properly done, buckle secures it very well. It takes a little extra effort to "tighten" the belt due to the grabby Velcro used - but this is a plus later as it really secures the item and holds what you are carrying. This belt has one layer of material, which is quite strong, but not without an type of stiffener and is not as stiff as dedicate gun belts that have a plastic stiffener or double layers. For the price, you do get your money's worth. I have not used this item to rappel or belay.
    ProsStrong material, strong buckle, grabby Velcro.
    ConsOne layer configuration, not as stiff as other similar belts.
    By DK
    North of the border
    August 6, 2017
    Terrific inner belt
    I'm now using this as an inner belt under my duty belt. I attach both my leg rigs to it. It's fantastic. Great support, easy to buckle a duty belt over top. I'm a 33" waist. Got the medium. Works great, but a small would have worked for me, too.
    ProsFit, function, comfort, price.
    By Greg
    August 5, 2017
    2 belts-same size-different lengths
    Quality belt. Ordered M in black and desert tan. Block was in stock and arrived on time. Good fit. Desert Tan was backordered. Arrived about two weeks later. Only problem is the DT is 3 inches shorter than the black and both are listed/labeled as same size. The black works fine. I think the DT will work as well but just barely. Disappointed in the incongruity. No problem with the quality of the belt.
    ProsGood quality
    Constwo belts, same size, different lengths Recommended with reservation on size
    By Shelley
    July 21, 2017
    Love it
    Love it
    By Paul
    New Orleans, Louisiana
    July 2, 2017
    Good budget gun belt
    For the price, you can't beat it. This is my second one, the only reason I have two is that I wanted one that I could get dirty and one that stayed clean for going out. The only slight negative about the belt is the buckle. It doesn't lay completely flat but it's not a huge problem. On the positive side, I carry every day ant have worn this belt at least 50 hrs a week for the last year and have never had a problem with it. I recommend this belt.
    By Chris Goggin
    May 25, 2017
    Awesome belt!
    I love this belt! The small velcro tab on the one side locks the belt into place so it doesn"t slide all around you when running, holstering, etc. Stays in place and holds tension with the large velcro strap. Perfect for running USPSA/IDPA or just going out for dinner!
    By Gary
    Joshua, TX
    May 12, 2017
    As good as ever
    Wore one out and that took a long time, so this a replacement in Coyote Color.
    ProsSturdy, carries my sidearm nice and tight. No sagging and unlike so called leather duty belts never had on of these stretch.
    ConsNever found any and I have 3 in various colors.
    By Carole tattrie
    April 22, 2017
    easy to use
    By James
    March 2, 2017
    Good belt
    Excellent belt, seems incredibly durable. I would hesitate to use it to support my weight.
    By Weston
    FPO, AE
    December 28, 2016
    Best Riggers Belt
    Blackhawk is my go-to for quality gear. I've enjoyed their products through 4 deployments to Iraq/Afghanistan. Top notch in comfort and functionality.
    By Christian
    Kansas City, Missouri
    November 13, 2016
    Quality Belt, Solid Price
    This CQB belt is exactly what I was looking for. I run a 1911 platform chambered in .45acp for drills at the outdoor range, and I needed a belt that was thicker and wider on my right hip so that I could run that weight with minimal movement and shifting. The added rigging loop is helpful for attaching a carabiner and hanging a brass bag from it, but I don't know that I would trust my life to a $30 belt, no matter how nice it is. I appreciate the quality that Blackhawk puts into its products, and I am quite satisfied with this purchase.
    ProsThick, wide, and durable construction. Comfortable.
    ConsVelcro can catch when trying to cinch and loosen the belt.
    By Truecombatvet
    Chicago, Illinois
    November 7, 2016
    Combat proven
    The only belt that's proven imo. Did two tours no problem , now as a civilian have used for years as well. Built tough, strong, and will exceed your needs. Only thing after 4 years with the same belt Velcro not as strong. But hey spend 30$ we buy more.
    ProsToughest belt out there. Better than a cobra buckle system Combat proven Light weight.
    ConsAfter hard years of use I mean hard use 4+ years Velcro will weaken.
    31 Questions & 75 Answers
    from Roseburg, Oregon asked:
    August 6, 2017
    Does this belt have any type of liner or stiffener in between the layers to prevent twisting? Does it have more than one layer?
    8 Answers
    No stiffener or liner. It's just a nylon belt. These belts are very sturdy, but if you are looking to use it as a gun belt I wouldn't. They flex, they wear down quicker than you would think. But the strength of the belt is insane. I used these belts in the military and we used them for just about everything we could think of. If you just want an insanely strong and durable belt this is the way to go. I wear mine almost every day.
    on August 11, 2017
    from Middleburg, FL
    No. It is not a stiff belt. It certainly is durable and well built, but I wouldn't mount a full set of duty gear on it. I use it as my inner belt. I have my drop holsters (pistol on the right, taser on the left) mounted directly to it. It works great for this as the leg straps handle a lot of the weight. I love that it's malleable. Helps with all day comfort.
    on August 11, 2017
    from North of the border
    It's a very thick material. It will twist but it's by no means cheap material. The belt as a whole will twist but the later of material won't twist. This is my third belt. First one lasted just over two years of daily use. The velcro started to go so I bought another one as a replacement but still carry the first one just in case I forgot my new one.
    on August 11, 2017
    from Reno, NV
    The belt has a double layer where the felt part of the Velcro is. It does not have an stiffener, but it is thick and I have never had them roll on me. I have been using these rigger belts for over 10 years now and they are great. The locking mechanism is tight and holds on until you release the tension. My staff has started using them also and they love them. Great product.
    on August 11, 2017
    from Imperial, CA
    I'm not sure if it has a stiffener between the layers but it does not twist like other cheap belts. This is the second belt I ordered. I currently use one for everyday use as a full rig is bothersome in the office. This belt holds my holster, handcuff, ammo pouch, and radio with no problem. I was so impressed with it that I purchased the 2nd for my son who is also an LEO. I hope this answer helps you.
    on August 11, 2017
    from Satellite Bch, FL
    It doesn't have a stiffener or liner but the belt is quite thick itself. I've had mine for years and it's held up fine. Never had it twist over on me. You'd have to put a significant amount of weight on it for twist in my opinion.
    on August 11, 2017
    from Philadelphia, PA
    I'm not sure if it does but I've been wearing it for about month and i love it not as stiff and rigid as my 511 one a lot more comfortable too
    on August 12, 2017
    from Homestead, FL
    No 2nd layer. Sturdy but will twist a little.
    on August 12, 2017
    from Burleson, TX

    from Louisiana asked:
    February 8, 2017
    How long in inches is the Medium and Large belts?
    1 Answers
    I was able to pull one of each from the warehouse and get some measurements. They are: SM: 39 Inches MD: 49 Inches LG: 55 Inches
    Customer Service
    on February 23, 2017

    from Indiana asked:
    February 6, 2017
    I want to wear this with a padded belt over cammies. Pants size is 36. What size do you recommend? Thank you.
    5 Answers
    I'm a 36 and you definitely want a medium. Not a large as it is way too big! I know you haven't ever bought a medium in anything since you were 12 and everything is telling you to get the large....don't. The medium is perfect!
    on February 7, 2017
    from L.A.
    I wear a size 33 pant (32 in vanity sizes a.k.a. designer pants) and use the medium CQB belt. I have worn this belt for my entire time in the 82nd ABN DIV as an infantryman. The belt comes longer than your size so you can trim it, the medium has about 4 extra inches for me when I buy it new. You could purchase the medium with a small amount of excess or you can purchase the large and trim the end, make sure you burn it to prevent fraying.
    on February 7, 2017
    from Marina Dl Rey, CA
    Medium. I bought the large and have to return it. way to big.. goes up to 51"
    on February 7, 2017
    from Vestavia, AL
    on February 7, 2017
    from owasso, OK
    Probably not the best choice for a molle belt, but for a padded duty belt, a Large should do the trick.
    on February 10, 2017
    from Amherst, NY

    Jeff West
    from Chase City,VA. asked:
    September 28, 2016
    where is the belt made?
    1 Answers
    We have customers showing it is made in the USA.
    Customer Service
    on October 11, 2016

    from Sunbury, pa asked:
    July 15, 2016
    I have a 44 inch waist. Is the 41" to 51" waist the belt for me? And what is the overall length of the belt?
    1 Answers
    Yes that would be the correct size for your waist.
    Customer Service
    on July 18, 2016

    from Trenton , Michigan asked:
    June 14, 2016
    Would this be a good belt to fit inside and be sturdy enough for a battle belt? The Tactical Tailor battle belt to be specific.
    1 Answers
    This is a very sturdy belt and will work.
    Customer Service
    on June 14, 2016

    from Ohio asked:
    March 17, 2016
    Is the buckle on this belt metal or plastic?
    6 Answers
    the buckle is metal.
    on March 25, 2016
    from San Diego, CA
    The buckle and attachment ring are constructed from coated metal and appear to be very sturdy.
    on March 25, 2016
    from Cutler Bay, FL
    This belt has all metal hardware. Enjoy!
    on March 25, 2016
    from Chesterfield, MI
    The buckle is metal, it's a really good belt. Parachute grade metal used on theses belts. I've worn a blackhawk riggers belt on deployments and multiple training exercises in the past. I recently purchased another to use for concealed won't "scream gun" btw because I never tuck my shirt in anyway
    on March 25, 2016
    from Unknown
    The buckle is metal
    on March 25, 2016
    from San Diego, CA
    on March 26, 2016
    from Red Rock, TX

    from Big Stone Gap, Va asked:
    March 11, 2016
    I am a 40" waist what will be a good size for me.
    3 Answers
    We suggest the 41-51" belt.
    Customer Service
    on March 25, 2016
    I am 6'2 250 lbs. With a 36 to 38 inch waist. I use the 41 inch belt and there is a tail of about 10 to12 inches. It is great for inside the waist band carry or duty use
    on March 25, 2016
    from Ca
    I wear the CQ02 series and it gives you plenty of room. I have a 42" waist so no issue there.
    on March 27, 2016
    from Mount Vernon, Wa

    Ignacio Suarez-Benejam
    from Florida asked:
    December 20, 2015
    I'm a dive 34. Do I need to order the next size up that's up to size 42? Or the size up to 34 is good enough?
    1 Answers
    We would recommend going to the size 42 belt. The size 34 belt would fit quite snug and would not allow for addition of a holster or other belt accessories if you chose to wear them.
    Customer Service
    on December 29, 2015

    from Hiram, GA asked:
    November 5, 2015
    How much of the belt should be attached to the velcro after fastening it in order to safely repel?
    4 Answers
    I'll check with other customers who have purchased this to see if they have an answer for you. Otherwise i would recommend contacting Blackhawk directly for that answer, it's very specific and I don't rappel myself, so i wouldn't want to give you the wrong information. Here's a link for their contact info -
    Customer Service
    on November 6, 2015
    This belt should only be used in an extreme emergency, not for recreational rappelling. A full harness, specifically designed for rappelling is the best. If you have to use this to rappel, the belt should be threaded through the steel buckle properly with at least 6 inches of Velcro attached
    on November 6, 2015
    from Albuquerque, NM
    There is no way I would solely rely on this belt(or any belt) to repel with. I would recommend a harness. This belt is good for tying off for some extra security. I have used it to tie a safety line to while shooting from a helicopter. Your life is worth more than relying on a $25.99 belt. Good luck and best regards.
    on November 6, 2015
    from Alabama
    if you use the friction/capstan buckle properly the Velcro only tidies up the end of the belt and isn't part of the securing system
    on November 6, 2015
    from Free Soil, MI

    from Florida asked:
    October 11, 2015
    I am a 46" waist what will be a good size for me.
    1 Answers
    The belt that would best if you should be the 41" to 51" belt.
    Customer Service
    on October 12, 2015

    from Ga asked:
    October 2, 2015
    I wear anywhere from a 32 to a 34 in pants what size should I order to fit me
    1 Answers
    Looks like you should order the up to 34" waist, but be sure to measure your waist before ordering to confirm. Pant size isn't really the best way to go about it, you want to measure that out yourself because pant sizes change over time depending on how old the pants are. Measure around your waist to where you would like the belt to sit and make your decision from there. Make sure to take into consideration what gear you would use that may take up more space when ordering.
    Customer Service
    on October 5, 2015
    from N/A asked:
    August 26, 2015
    What is the weight of this item? Thank you
    1 Answers
    That depends on the size you order. If you resubmit the question with a size that you are interested in, than i can specifically have it pulled from our warehouse to weigh it as long as it's in stock. In general, we have this marked as weighing 1 lb. But again, please resubmit with a specific size and I'll see if I have it in stock to weigh for you.
    Customer Service
    on August 26, 2015

    from Rochester, MN asked:
    August 4, 2015
    What is :Multicam", which is listed in the drop down box?
    1 Answers
    Here's a link to Blackhawk's site where it shows the multicam version of the belt. I'll see about having our site updated with a picture as well.
    Customer Service
    on August 6, 2015

    from Coraopolis, PA asked:
    August 3, 2015
    Is this belt good for appendix carry or is there a better option?
    1 Answers
    This should be fine for appendix carry, just be aware that you may need to maneuver around the D ring and it may not secure properly if it is a clip holster due to having to attach to double the thickness of the belt. I would expect where you secure the velcro is where you would need to attach the holster.
    Customer Service
    on August 5, 2015

    from GA asked:
    July 12, 2015
    if i typically wear a size 34-36 in waist which belt will work? up to 41 or the larger one?
    1 Answers
    Yes, you will want to go with the up to 41" belt and adjust down, the size larger will probably be far too big.
    Customer Service
    on July 13, 2015

    from Honolulu, Hawaii asked:
    May 31, 2015
    Will this belt fit in Levi's jeans?
    1 Answers
    it depends on the belt loop size on your jeans. this will only fit if the belt loops are more than 1.75" wide.
    Customer Service
    on June 1, 2015

    James Taplin
    from Greenville, SC asked:
    December 4, 2014
    I am 36-38 depending on if I carry in the pants. Which size should I get? what is the return policy?
    1 Answers
    we would say you would want to go up to a size 41 inch belt as the next size down would be only up to a size 34 and that would be much to small.
    Customer Service
    on December 4, 2014

    from Northern Virginia asked:
    October 10, 2014
    The model in the photo is wearing the belt backwards from the orientation of the other non-model photos. What is the proper way to wear it?
    2 Answers
    the way the model in the last photo is wearing it would be the most common way people were the belt
    Customer Service
    on October 10, 2014
    There is no [one way] to wear MOST belts, unless pocketed. These pictures prove that by showing you someone who prefers to wear the belt with the manufactures tag upside down. I wear mine the opposite of the model, because my CCW holster clip attaches on my 1:00 appendix IWB Buy it for ease of use, style and durability.
    on July 11, 2015
    from Anaheim, CA

    stephen bueno
    from miramar, florida asked:
    August 30, 2014
    I'm a 36-38 in pants. Wear a size large in ACU pants. What size do u recommend me to wear.
    1 Answers
    a size up to 41 inch should fit you fine and allow plenty of room for adjustment as needed.
    Customer Service
    on September 2, 2014

    from Moreno Valley, CA asked:
    June 20, 2014
    My Bad......didn't see the warning about the small size in the belt. May I return for a larger size?
    1 Answers
    yes this item can be returned for another size please follow the link below for more information on our return policy.
    Customer Service
    on June 20, 2014

    Gustavo Ariza
    from Miami asked:
    May 9, 2014
    If i want to buy a dozen(12) of them, can i get a disccount?
    1 Answers
    you can email and they might be able to give you a discount.
    Customer Service
    on May 9, 2014

    from Perth Amboy, NJ asked:
    April 15, 2014
    is this belt sturdy or stiff enough to use as an inner belt while on duty and as a regular off duty belt?
    9 Answers
    on April 15, 2014
    from Hampton
    This belt is a great product! I have used this belt as an inner belt and also as a primary duty belt. It is comfortable to wear and will last a long time. I have used this belt daily for 3 years now and it is still in great shape. I have also worn this belt off duty which looks great.
    F Garwood
    on April 15, 2014
    from New Jersey
    The belt is very sturdy and well made. The only problem you may have as an inner belt under a duty belt is the buckle system on the riggers belt is quite beefy and does not bend much at all for about a 5 inch section where the buckles are sewn in. If you are using this as an inner belt for duty use, I would look at one that does not have the extra riggers safety buckle. It would be more comfortable and a much better fit.
    on April 15, 2014
    from Dayton, NV
    Yes, this belt would be sturdy enough (rigid) to facilitate the use as an inner belt. However, I wouldn't use it as an inner belt because the buckle would be too hard and bulky to be comfortable. It's great for off duty as it provides a very stable platform for various holster types.
    on April 15, 2014
    from Lawrenceville, GA
    For me personally the buckle is too bulky for a inner belt under my duty belt. But it is definitely sturdy enough to carry gear on off duty or for concealed carry.
    on April 15, 2014
    from Lincoln, NE
    This belt is extreemly comfortable and yes it can be worn as either an inner belt while on duty or as a regular belt while off duty. You won't be unsatisfied with this belt.
    Michael Lopez
    on April 15, 2014
    from California
    This is probably the sturdiest belt I've ever seen or owned in my life. You could tow a truck with it.
    on April 15, 2014
    from Minneapolis, MN
    The belt is fairly sturdy however, I don't think I would wear it as an inner belt, personally I like my inner belts a little thicker. As far as off duty I wear this belt off duty with my Blackhawk Serpa holster carrying on m&p 40c and it works great. Hope this helps!
    on April 15, 2014
    from Rhode Island
    Yes it is I use it all the time on my uniform
    on April 16, 2014
    from Lawton, OK

    from Lincoln, NE asked:
    February 12, 2014
    30'' waist, should I still go up to the 41'' belt? Thanks for the input!
    10 Answers
    we feel with a 30 inch waist that the small would do you just fine. it is when you are like a 33 inch waist that people tend to need the next size up.
    Customer Service
    on February 12, 2014
    41 is the total length of the belt. You still need to fold it back in through the buckle. I wear a 38 in jeans and 37 duty pants. The "medium" or up to "41" is a stretch, it barely fits me. I should have gotten a large. You should be fine.
    on February 12, 2014
    from Springfield, Ohio
    No get the belt that goes up to a 34 inch waist
    on February 12, 2014
    from Texas
    That depends on how you want to have the end of the belt to exceed from the buckle. I have a 32" waist and got up to 34" belt. It exceeds approx. 3" from the buckle (similar to the picture on display) . Just right for me.
    on February 12, 2014
    from Quantico, VA
    I went up a size and it was way to big .
    Luis andrew
    on February 12, 2014
    from Bakersfield, CA
    I had the same problem when I was purchasing this product. I went with the smaller option at first and it did fit but just barely so I ended up going back and buying the larger one. So I would suggest the larger one as they do run small.
    on February 12, 2014
    from Kadena Air Base
    Yes if there is a little extra belt the Velcro holds it in anyway
    on February 12, 2014
    from Ny
    I have a 33" waist and the 41" fits me perfectly. I think the smaller size would be better for you.
    on February 13, 2014
    from Birmingham, AL
    As suggested , always go for a higher size than the normal. But if the waist is 30" then the small size is better which goes up to 34". And for 30" waist and higher, always go for the next size. The belt is built rigid and sturdy.
    on February 13, 2014
    from San Diego, CA
    I have a 32" waist and I needed the 41" belt. You might be able to get away with the 34" (small) but it's going to be tight. Might want to consider how many layers and gear you plan to wear. You can always trim the extra nylon down if you have to.
    on February 13, 2014
    from Virginia

    from Iowa asked:
    September 9, 2013
    Does this belt fit through "most" belt loops?
    1 Answers
    This belt needs belt loops at least 1.75" wide.
    Customer Service
    on September 9, 2013

    from Nevada asked:
    August 31, 2013
    If I was a size 34 or less, would you say ordering the up to 34in be fine?
    5 Answers
    Yes. It would fit fine as long as you would not use it with an inside the pants holster, but I recommend ordering the next size up.
    on August 31, 2013
    from Albuquerque, NM
    Yes I bought a large belt and my waist is about a 36 and I have a lot of extra belt to find a place for. They recommend on here buying a size up which I did but after the fact I should have bought I size smaller
    on August 31, 2013
    from Pittsburgh
    If you are close to a 34" waist, I would recommend buying the 41". When you add things like holsters, you'll want the extra room. I'm a 33" waist and the 41" fits fine even with nothing on it.
    on August 31, 2013
    from L.A.
    No. It was too small
    on August 31, 2013
    from Boone NC
    Depends on how much less than 34 inches - Go a little larger than you would with a regular belt - there is no excess, it velcros around on itself and you have room to grow in. This belt will last you a very long time so allow yourself some growth! :)
    Eric Hendrix
    on August 31, 2013
    from Fort Bragg

    David Oakland
    August 20, 2013
    Is the up to 41" waist the medium size?
    1 Answers
    If you know that you will not exceed a size 41" waist, you should purchase the Medium sized belt. If you think you might go above 41" or use a belt/IWB holster, you might want to purchase a size Large.
    on August 20, 2013

    Glenn Simpson
    August 19, 2013
    Is the Rigger belt US made or chinese?
    2 Answers
    These Blackhawk Riggers Belts are made in the USA.
    on August 19, 2013
    Check the labels again you may find they are made in China like the 3 the I bought direct from Blackhawk. That isn't really a negative, I love mine! and would not trade for them.
    on October 8, 2013
    from Plains of Colorado

    July 22, 2013
    I wear a 40 waist pant, what size belt should I order?
    1 Answers
    Incorrect answer above. You want the next size up because I wear a 38" waist and the one they told you to buy barely works for me and that is with no gear on. If I put a gun on and a badge, the belt is tooooo small. So I say buy the next size up.
    on November 20, 2013
    from Boise, Idaho

    January 22, 2013
    Is the belt 1.75" or 1.5" wide? As I've seen it listed both ways.
    1 Answers
    This Blackhawk belt is 1.75" wide.
    on January 22, 2013

    Alfred Rivera
    November 30, 2012
    How much is the shipping cost?
    1 Answers
    Shipping depends on how big/heavy the package is, where it is getting shipped to and what shipping option you choose. Once you get to the cart, you will see how much shipping will be.
    on November 30, 2012

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