BLACKHAWK! CQB/Rigger's Belt
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- The Blackhawk CQB Riggers Belt in Black is in the size regular (up to 41 inches)
- The belt is made with parachute grade buckles and adapters, and it uses 1
- 75 inch webbing
- Hook and loop secures the running end
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BLACKHAWK!'s CQB/Rigger's Belt offers parachute grade buckles and adapters, 1.75” webbing (7,000 lb tensile strength), and includes a hook and loop that secures running end. The belt is offered in four colors: Coyote Tan, Desert Sand Brown, Black and Olive Drab. the belt is measured from the buckle where it attaches to the belt, to the angled tip of the belt, it should measure about 3 to 4 inches longer that the advertised length.
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That belt was shipped directly from Amazon; this one comes from Roost Sports. I don't know who their supplier was, but it is definitely NOT the same Blackhawk quality belt!
Both belts are medium. I have NOT gained wight; I lost 4 pounds actually. This belt is shorte when worn. The tip stops at about 2:30-3:00 on me. The brown one goes to about 5:30. Therefore, the belt is only velcroing (is that a word?) for about 3-4 inches. For a rigger's belt to be able to safely hoist you, there should be an 8" overlap.
I carry a holster on my belt. This black one is MUCH softer than the brown one!! I have seen reviews with people complaining how stiff the belt they received is; this isn't one of them. SO, the holster does NOT ride as high as it should and concealment becomes an issue.
The problem with the belt is one of several possible options:
Blackhawk quality has dumped in the last four months. I doubt it. Or.....
This is a knockoff.
In ANY case this belt from Roost, as sold, will definitely NOT fit someone with a 41" waist. I am only 35".
That being said, it does eventually wear out. Now, I don't take the best care of it. When I get home, I rip it off and I throw it on the floor. If you fold up the velcro, and store it somewhere clean, it will last you longer. This will likely be the last belt that I purchase of this brand, because it seems like it needs to be replaced every 6 months if you wear it daily and for long hours. You'll know it is wearing out when you pull it really tight, and it pops off. If you are looking for a belt to wear to the gun range or in an idpa competition type of scenario, it is perfect. For everyday use, it simply will not hold up, especially if you abuse it and always wear it extremely tight.
1. The regular belt slips like crazy after continued physical activity. This belt has a heavy duty buckle as well as velcro on the end for a secure fit
2. If you're in between sizes like me, the regular belt either gives you 1 inch of slack or upwards of 14 that you gotta hope tucks right into a belt loop or else it all hangs out. This belt has a long run of velcro, so no matter how much slack you have, you can secure it.
Two complaints I've heard that I think are dumb but I'll still note are that it's heavy and it's annoying to unvelcro at the urinal. So if an extra pound or having to take 5 sec longer to piss is a dealbreaker then stick with what the Army gives you.
Overall it's a solid belt. I've seen plenty of others wearing it so if you're worried about being out of regs, you should be fine seeing as they sell this exact belt on most bases next to the standard one.
Overall, it's a nice enough belt for home, camping and security use, but don't expect to comfortably use it as a duty belt for anything more than that really.