Van Horn Leather Ranger Cartridge Belt 45 Caliber Large Leather Chestnut

Product #: 211275

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Product Information

Van Horn Ranger Cartridge Belts are made of the same heavy 10 oz leather as the holsters. The leather is not cut out from the belly of the hide. They will not stretch or "roll over" after they are broken in. The belts come with 20 cartridge loops that are individually stitched and riveted at the ends. The buckle hardware is solid brass with a nickel finish. The 2-1/2" width makes these belts among the most comfortable to wear. Chestnut.

Technical Information

Material: 10 ounce Herman Oak Leather

Finish: Hand-oiled Chesnut Brown

  • 40-44" Waist Sizes

  • Twenty Individually Stitched Cartridge Loops (with riveted loop ends)
  • Solid Brass Nickel-Plated Four Corner Clip Buckle
  • Grooved Stitch Lines (grooved before stitching to set stitches well into leather for better protection)

  • Die cut with hand-beveled and burnished edges.
  • Because leather is a product of nature, there may be a slight variance in color from on tannery run to the next.
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