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Mack
02-07-2021, 10:00 AM
As many of you know one of the fundamental underpinnings of Mastermind is to offer quality gear at prices that people can actually afford. We believe that support gear is essentially a commodity and plastic holsters and nylon belts should not cost as much as they do.

We have been working hard this past year to streamline our production and as such we are happy to announce that we have actually lowered our prices for 2021 while keeping the same high level of quality (and everything is still made in the USA)!

Thanks again to all who have supported us over the years and continue to support us now, we appreciate it very much!

Up1911Fan
02-07-2021, 12:38 PM
Just ordered two more belts. Hands down the best I've used in 15 years of daily carrying a pistol.

Maca
02-07-2021, 01:01 PM
this is great

whats the recommended model for a 92RDO carried appendix with DCC clips?

Thanks!

Up1911Fan
02-07-2021, 01:28 PM
this is great

whats the recommended model for a 92RDO carried appendix with DCC clips?

Thanks!
I use the Specialist Pro daily, I have a few of them. No problem supporting a G19 with RMR and TLR7 in a Tenicor Certum Lux with DCC clips and a small fixed blade.

Mack
02-08-2021, 09:56 AM
Just ordered two more belts. Hands down the best I've used in 15 years of daily carrying a pistol.

Thank you for the support and the compliment!


this is great

whats the recommended model for a 92RDO carried appendix with DCC clips?

Thanks!

Any of our belts will support your 92 setup, we have countless people using the Specialist with full-size pistols with and without optics, lights, extra mags, small fixed blades and the like. If you do not want hook and loop and prefer a slightly more flexible belt the d-ring is great, and if you want a QD buckle option the Universal with hybrid Cobra works well for that and should be back in stock soon.

vcdgrips
02-08-2021, 10:20 AM
I have a total of 5 belts: 5 Specialists (PF edition with plastic buckle/Shivworks edition with plastic buckle/OD Green with alloy buckle/Grey with alloy buckle/Black with an "original" lo pro metal buckle that is presently on the Covert.

All routinely hold a G35/Mag Pouch/Clinch Pick on the daily and I can fully endorse.

I augmented that with an additional mag pouch and flashlight pouch on the belt from time to time with no issues and can fully endorse.

I have occasionally run a 5 inch all steel 1911 and a double mag pouch in lieu of the Glock 35 with no issues. Candidly, I have not run it as much as a Wilderness 5 stitch reinforced (1.5 in FF Blk/1.5 FF n Tan/ 1.75 inch Instructor in Blk) which have been my go 1911 belts historically because of the extra weight.

I strongly suspect that a Specialist would be up to any CCW task with any full sized pistol, to include those equipped with an RDO, 2 mags and a knife all day long.

Mack is great people. Buy with confidence.

Mack
02-10-2021, 09:38 AM
I have a total of 5 belts: 5 Specialists (PF edition with plastic buckle/Shivworks edition with plastic buckle/OD Green with alloy buckle/Grey with alloy buckle/Black with an "original" lo pro metal buckle that is presently on the Covert.

All routinely hold a G35/Mag Pouch/Clinch Pick on the daily and I can fully endorse.

I augmented that with an additional mag pouch and flashlight pouch on the belt from time to time with no issues and can fully endorse.

I have occasionally run a 5 inch all steel 1911 and a double mag pouch in lieu of the Glock 35 with no issues. Candidly, I have not run it as much as a Wilderness 5 stitch reinforced (1.5 in FF Blk/1.5 FF n Tan/ 1.75 inch Instructor in Blk) which have been my go 1911 belts historically because of the extra weight.

I strongly suspect that a Specialist would be up to any CCW task with any full sized pistol, to include those equipped with an RDO, 2 mags and a knife all day long.

Mack is great people. Buy with confidence.

Thanks for sharing your experience with out belts, the continued support, and the kind words!