Reader Submitted: The Remington Leatherman LTD Belt

Submitted from long-time reader John Grey.  This deserved an immediate post:

Here’s a couple of pictures of this Remington Firearms belt. The belt was made by Leatherman LTD, in Essex Ct. I have owned this belt for probably 15+ years. In high school and college, I worked for a family-owned gun shop in Tulsa Oklahoma called Sports World Inc. The owner of the shop was one of Remington’s sales representatives for over 30 years. I found the belt while doing inventory and had to have it! It has been a staple in my wardrobe ever since.

The other needlepoint I’ve worn for about six years is this Smathers and Branson Gosling Rum Belt. This is a fun belt to wear because whenever someone notices what it is I usually get a free dark and stormy. The belt has a lot of sentimental value to me as well, growing up every summer my family and I would go to Bermuda for a week starting when I was in kindergarten till our last time in 2009.

The hurricane flags represent the University of Tulsa because we are the Golden Hurricanes, and I just like Rum!

Well done, John.



  1. ABW
    09/28/2020 / 11:14 AM

    Sports world is a great store in Tulsa. The first trip my wife and I made in a while was in May to her parents in Tulsa. My father in law and I went to sports world to check out some 9mms. The lack of any care or concern for corona at all in the store was funny/alarming haha. Good spot though.

    • *
      09/29/2020 / 8:02 AM

      That’s because Corona is not an actual issue. Makes me like that store more.

      • J
        11/03/2020 / 7:58 AM

        Yeah corona isn’t an issue. It just has killed 200k Americans, more throughout the world, and is a global pandemic. But agree it is not an actual issue and is a hoax/cold/whatever conspiracy theory you want to choose. The doctors must have some crazy kickback to all be lying to us! Thanks for showing us a tough, informed, stable genius of a citizen.

  2. CCE
    10/03/2020 / 10:24 AM

    What I love about these pics is the ever-extending cinch marks on the belts- from high school weight, to college weight, to dad waist-line. I can certainly relate.

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