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BADMONKEY1103  [Member]
3/21/2010 12:29:28 PM
Hey guys, I was wondering if there was any tips or tricks to stop my holsters from sliding around on my belt, currently I run all my IWB holsters with the rubber loops.

I usually start out at the 3 o'clock position and it ends up being around 4 after the first few times of sitting and standing up.

Thanks for any help!
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ElPresidenteAnRK  [Team Member]
3/21/2010 6:00:11 PM
is your belt too thin or possibly the loops on the holster wearing out? How old is the holster?
floridahunter07  [Team Member]
3/21/2010 6:04:47 PM
If you have a belt loop nearby, put it in between the pants loop between the holster belt loops.
cornface  [Team Member]
3/21/2010 6:31:35 PM
You might just need a thicker belt that fits the holster clips/loops better.
SGB  [Team Member]
3/21/2010 7:57:37 PM

Originally Posted By BADMONKEY1103:
rubber loops.

What make is the holster?
BADMONKEY1103  [Member]
3/21/2010 8:28:06 PM
Well the Belt is a Comp-tac reinforced belt and the holsters are either my two Raven Concealments for the 1911 or Glock 22 with TLR-1 or my Bianchi #120 for just the glock, I am however using the same rubber loops for all until I get some more, the holsters are brand new.
pita45  [Member]
3/21/2010 10:00:01 PM
I have only IBW holsters.
They never move on my belt.
They may tip back a little.
But move ...No!
Now please help me out a little.
What are these rubber loops?

BADMONKEY1103  [Member]
3/22/2010 2:37:41 AM
IWB soft loops

These are the rubber "soft" loops I'm talking about.
FueledByGuinness  [Team Member]
3/22/2010 8:14:50 AM
If you holster is compatible, order some crossbreed metal clips.
7.50 and your problem is fixed.
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DominicO  [Member]
3/22/2010 10:22:00 AM
You could try getting some of that zig zag pattern shelf liner and glue it on the inside of your belt loops. It might grip onto your belt better.

something like this this
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