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Frontsight68
04-03-2008, 21:56
Hi,

Would anyone know if BNJ is still around? I want to order a summer special type of holster and remembered that they were really active in the 90's with very nice locally made products.

There was even a sporting goods store (Everlast?) in the old Virra Mall carrying their products regularly. But I think that has long closed shop.

Thanks

Frontsight

isuzu
04-04-2008, 23:27
Yes. it is. They still make holsters, and other leathercraft such as bags.

They used to be located near La Salle in Bacolod. Their store is now located in front of the Lupit Church (Sacred Heart Seminary) on Lizares St. I'll try and text our office staff and get the phone number of BNJ.

I'm still wearing a leather belt that I bought from them more than five years ago. I wear it almost everyday, and the quality is excellent.

Frontsight68
04-05-2008, 02:11
thanks isuzu

its much appreciated

frontsight

ppts799
04-05-2008, 02:19
try this

0916-4278700 and 7249899

Frontsight68
04-07-2008, 06:54
thanks ppts799

Frontight

boni
04-07-2008, 08:14
Their store is now located in front of the Lupit Church (Sacred Heart Seminary) on Lizares St.
actually sir nag close na rin dun eh. dun na sila sa hus ng owner ata. sa mountain view brgy. mandalagan. yung landline 034-434-4281 let us know if na locate mo na sir. :)

Vault Keeper
04-11-2008, 11:11
try this

0916-4278700 and 7249899


Look for Nonoy Rodriguez...Pio, is he still in Greenhills?

isuzu
04-11-2008, 19:21
actually sir nag close na rin dun eh. dun na sila sa hus ng owner ata. sa mountain view brgy. mandalagan. yung landline 034-434-4281 let us know if na locate mo na sir. :)

Thanks for the info. I need their number because my brothers in the US also buy BNJ belts whenever they go home for a vacation. Their products are very durable.

Nonoy is a very pleasant person to deal with.

ppts799
04-11-2008, 23:20
im not sure but i guess nonoy is still in greenhills.

eisenhower street lang, in one of the condos. you guys can try the numbers i posted above. yes, very smooth transactions with nonoy :) :)

DragonEye
04-12-2008, 01:01
Does anyone have photos of their holsters?

isuzu
09-22-2008, 19:50
actually sir nag close na rin dun eh. dun na sila sa hus ng owner ata. sa mountain view brgy. mandalagan. yung landline 034-434-4281 let us know if na locate mo na sir. :)

I just tried this number, and it's not in service. Do they have a new number?

I'd like to bring a holster for my CZ75B SA. I hope I could locate them.

isuzu
09-28-2008, 02:01
Here are the new contact numbers and the new address for BNJ:

Address:

Mt. Silay St., Mountainview Subdivision, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental

Contact Numbers:

(034)441-1537 Shop

(0916) 427-8700 - Nonoy's Cell Numbers
(0927) 681-7997

Bought an IDPA legal holster and mag pouch, and the prices haven't changed much.

atmarcella
10-03-2008, 03:10
are they the same guys who used to own the store in amigo plaza in iloilo named "own diversified"?

isuzu
10-03-2008, 17:53
are they the same guys who used to own the store in amigo plaza in iloilo named "own diversified"?

I'm not sure, but the BNJ owner's name is Nonoy Rodriguez. I asked the lady in charge of their shop, and she told me there are people from different parts of the country that order in bulk and resell them. Text Nonoy, and he replies immediately to your queries.

Django
10-03-2008, 19:33
I was in Bacolod the other day and I dropped by their house cum shop at Mountain View Subdv. Bought me a belt. Isuzu's telephone numbers are correct. Look for Josephine if you're calling their land line.

isuzu
10-03-2008, 20:35
I was in Bacolod the other day and I dropped by their house cum shop at Mountain View Subdv. Bought me a belt. Isuzu's telephone numbers are correct. Look for Josephine if you're calling their land line.

How did you find their prices? IMO, they're reasonable. The quality is also superb. I have a 10 year old belt that I wear almost everyday. The stitch was worn out, and I had it repaired at their shop at a minimal cost.

Django
10-04-2008, 00:11
Belts are still at P550. Sturdy and double stitched. I have 4 of them already but I cant resist buying a new one when I visit their shop. Hehe.

edtf
10-04-2008, 01:12
Belts are still at P550. Sturdy and double stitched. I have 4 of them already but I cant resist buying a new one when I visit their shop. Hehe.

Is it ready made? Can I just have someone go there and pick it up or do I need to order it? Do they still have an outlet here in Manila (I think it used to be their residence in Greenhills)

Django
10-04-2008, 03:33
There are ready made belts available in several sizes. But if you want, you can order a custom made one too. I've not tried buying from their residence in Greenhills. Just drop Nonoy a call to check.

atmarcella
10-04-2008, 03:41
are they the same guys who used to make leather belts with knives integrated w/ the belt buckle that you can pull out way back in the early 90's?

Vault Keeper
10-04-2008, 05:05
are they the same guys who used to make leather belts with knives integrated w/ the belt buckle that you can pull out way back in the early 90's?

Yup...same company. Have one myself, yun nga lang maliit na sa akin...:embarassed:

batangueno
10-04-2008, 08:28
BNJ belts are the only belts i use. Custom made for the extra length. :rofl:

isuzu
10-04-2008, 08:30
Is it ready made? Can I just have someone go there and pick it up or do I need to order it? Do they still have an outlet here in Manila (I think it used to be their residence in Greenhills)

Again, text Nonoy at the 0916 number. I'm sure he has stocks at their residence in Manila. I believe they still live in Greenhills.

My holster and mag pouch was made in just one day. Whenever you're in Bacolod, you could go to their shop and order stuff.

And it's a good time to visit Bacolod this October. Masskara season! I heard a portion of Lacson St., from 6th St. to North Drive will be closed for several days, and made into a big beer garden, complete with kiosks selling chicken inasal, pulutan, etc. :cheers:

isuzu
10-04-2008, 08:33
are they the same guys who used to make leather belts with knives integrated w/ the belt buckle that you can pull out way back in the early 90's?

That style of belt was actually pioneered by the now-defunct VAGMACOR of Victorias Milling Company. Their first run of knives were excellent. The later ones were of poor quality.

Just a note, though. It is illegal to have that kind of belt on the plane, and as far as I know, in Singapore, Canada, and the US.