bellyband


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bellyband

a part of the cart harness which is continuous with the backband and keeps the shafts from lifting the backband off.
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Drawing from a bellyband requires you to either reach under, lift or open your shirt, which can be accomplished using either a one- or two-handed technique.
While Mg can increase the extent of corrosion at low temperatures below the bellyband area in aluminum treatment furnaces, its presence reduces the corrosion of refractory materials at high temperatures near the metal line;
Ellie Bellyband doesn't know the way to the bathroom.
Other bellyband options from Can Can Concealment are a bit more whimsical.
An elastic bellyband is always handy for gun concealment in side the waistband.
They're small enough to hide anywhere around the waist in a bellyband or IWB holster--even shoulder holsters.
A bellyband or Thunder Wear holster or a butt pack may serve as placement for the revolver and cell phone.
For example, Lightfoot said one of their bestselling holsters is the bellyband, due to its extreme versatility.
The round butt of a small revolver protrudes less in pocket, bellyband, or ankle holster than the squarer dimensions of a compact auto.
The scoop draw won't work with many holsters, such as the bellyband, most shoulder figs, a pocket holster, or some low-mounted tactical thigh scabbards.
For dress-up events, she wears a subcompact, eight-shot Kahr 9mm in a bellyband.