Gun Crowdfund Find: Magnetic Tactical Belt

The “Quicky” is a new magnetic tactical belt seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter by inventor Machael Sargent. In short, its fully adjustable belt that uses a magnet to keep the main clasp together and so long as you don’t suck in your gut too much, it seems rather difficult for one to get this belt to unclasp.


Belts are available for $39 for the first users to support the Kickstarter campaign. Thsoe who opt to show some financial support and love will have other belts included including options for BioThane straps and standard tactical nylon. 

The latest option is a carbon fiber belt buckle. 


Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • gunhead

    So the advantage of this over FidLock is… what exactly?

    • Swarf

      I’m not sure I see an advantedge over a, you know, belt buckle.

      How HSLD do I need to be to take a dump?

      • grendal1989

        To be honest it helps to be very low drag when I take a dump…..

        • ghost

          I had enough of this s**t.

        • Cymond

          Dysentery: the ultimate in high speed/low drag.

  • ghost

    She could have velcro, be ok with me.

    • Bill

      It’s a shame that a girl that pretty, in a marketing photo, was obviously photographed by a boyfriend with no knowledge of lighting, exposure or post-processing.

      • ghost

        Could have been a little more exposure for sure. But, at my age I would be more interested if she could cook.

  • Cal.Bar

    Solution looking for a problem.

  • Don Ward

    *Not recommended for electronic Smart guns*

  • Diver6106

    Interesting, but I like my simple strap with slide buckle off a parachute. Also the magnet will interfere with compasses, electronic gear and pick up metal filings and trash. Also it might not hold up to torsion forces in various directions other than a straight in line pull.

  • ghost

    I think the belly button holds her together well.