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Escape & Evasion Gun Belt

By: on January 04, 2017
$79
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From forth the shark's belly comes a belt for your own. And while the Escape & Evasion Gun Belt didn't make it out of the Tank alive its creator, former CIA officer Jason Hanson, is still hoping you'll give the strip of English harness leather and its 3 covert interior compartments a whirl around your waist.

Hanson developed the E&E because he wanted a belt that could both holster his gun and hide his survival gear. Comfortably and without bulk. The zipper-closed storage pockets are evenly spaced around the back half of the belt and built to hold items ranging from keys and flints to lock picks and razor blades. And a wad of hundos. That's my #1 survival tool pick.

All Escape & Evasion Gun Belts are made in Cedar City, UT. Along with the black or brown leather, belts are fitted with nickel-plated solid brass buckles "so strong [they] can easily break a car window," and stitched with the same polyester thread used in yacht sails.

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