FirstSpear Assaulters Gun Belt (AGB)

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FirstSpear Assaulters Gun Belt (AGB)

Where the rubber meets the road, the Assaulters Gun Belt (AGB) is all about function. Accessed through a two-point, high strength metallic buckle, the AGB will facilitate combat equipped buddy drags.

It can be integrated to the OAGRE for additional equipment space and also accommodate many different FirstSpear components that will help optimize it for the full spectrum of tactical and discretionary operations.

Small: 28-32
Medium: 32-36
Large: 36-40
X-Large: 40-44

Made in USA


  • 4
    First Spear AGB

    Posted by AliasSLH on 17th Jan 2017

    Stupid stiff, super strong cobra buckle, should last a long time. I use it as an inner belt for my ats sleeve, not sure I'd use it to hold my pants up.

  • 5
    Stiffer than isis in a barn full of goats

    Posted by David D on 10th Jan 2017

    This belt is unbelievabley sturdy. You could probably drag a car with it. It has no problem running drop holsters or any pouches and doesn't sag in the least. I'm currently running it through an hsgi sure grip battle belt and it is a rock solid platform. The cobra buckle is the perfect solution for taking gear on an off quickly. By far the best belt for carrying a gun on or off duty. As always SKD is freakin awesome. Their shipping and customer service can't be beat.

  • 5
    Great Quality!

    Posted by Joseph N on 24th Oct 2016

    I ordered this belt to pair with the HSGI Sure Grip Padded Belt. I know HSGI recommends going a size up on the inner belt, however, if you have a slim waist like I do (29-30''), I think, on this particular belt at least, you may want to rock a small AGB with a 30.5'' HSGI SGPB. If you want it tight that is. Great belt though! I orderd the medium and it doesn't quite adjust tight enough with a weighty load. To use it with the HSGI SGPB I just passed the belt end through the first buckle slot, bypassed the second buckle slot and velcrod it down. Works fine. Love SKD Tactical! They are the best!

  • 5
    First Spear Assaulters gun belt

    Posted by Nic on 28th Sep 2016

    The belt is very stiff like the description says. It's doesn't mush between my fingers and thumb when I squeeze it. I bought this belt because I needed to hold up a scanner I use daily for my delivery job. Scanner probably weighs about three pounds. It takes a beating ten hours a day, five days a week. I thought that as stiff it was it was it would be uncomfortable to wear but it's not that bad. I would definitely buy this belt again.

  • 5
    Great Belt!!

    Posted by Braxton S on 22nd Jul 2016

    Hands down one of the most comfortable gun belts I have ever owned!

  • 5
    Streamlined Function

    Posted by Kit Badger on 10th Jul 2016

    FirstSpear does a great job of giving you a awesome belt without a worthless "D" ring. (If you are part of the .5% that uses them, you have plenty of options to choose from) I did a video review of the belt here:

  • 4

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Jun 2016

    Good quality, solid construction. Using to replace the outer belt on a Crye Modular Rigger's Belt. Fit is snug but it works. There is a fair amount of adjustment length... This gets tight when it is doubled back through loops.

  • 5
    Great belt for every day use / EDC

    Posted by Dave H on 22nd Jan 2016

    Love this belt, Im a 36 inch pant and a 35 inch waist, the medium fits perfect for just holding up pants. If you want to use with an IWB holster there is plenty of spare belt to let it out. It is sturdy and well stitched. The hook and loop on the inside only covers half the width of the belt (my HSGI covers all) so this may be a consideration for some if you want to pair with a battle belt, but wasn't for me as i use it for just holding up pants. It is real easy to thread the webbing through the cobra buckle (some of my belts are a little too stiff and you snag the hook and loop, but not this one). I like the 1.75's without the D-ring as you have more adjustment as there is no D-ring hitting the first belt loop. Also draws less attention as it looks more like a "regular" belt (whatever that looks like?!). I would buy again

  • 5
    Great Gear

    Posted by Lucas on 8th Oct 2015

    I prefer the 1-3/4" tall belts, so I ordered this one. It is rigid enough for heavy use without being too thick. It feels like it should last until the next ice age.