Comp-Tac Victory Gear Releases Three Holsters for New M&P Shield Pistol

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posted on April 25, 2012
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Known for its versatile concealed carry holsters, Comp-Tac is one of the few manufacturers offering holsters for the new M&P Shield. The Comp-Tac MTAC, Infidel and CTAC model holsters are available for online ordering now at www.comp-tac.com.

"When we first got a look at the new M&P Shield a few weeks ago, we knew right away that it was going to be very popular. Our engineers got to work immediately on designing these three popular holster models to accommodate the Shield," explained Comp-Tac owner and President Gregg Garrett.

The Minotaur Tuckable Adjustable Cant (MTAC) holster is an inside the waistband hybrid design combining the comfort of leather with the secure and quick draw of Kydex. The MTAC is available in right- or left-handed models, with belt widths of 1.25, 1.5 and 1.75 inches, and with either black or chestnut colored leather backing. Additional colors and style options are available for the holster's belt mounting clips. The MTAC has a factory direct price of $85.00.

The Concealable Tuckable Adjustable Cant (CTAC) model is an excellent choice for warmer climates offering an all Kydex body with leather mounting brackets for the flexible adjustable clips. The CTAC is available in either a right- or left-handed configuration for belt widths of 1.25, 1.5 and 1.75 inches and several different belt mounting clip color and style options. The CTAC has a factory direct price of $80.00.

The all Kydex Infidel holster offers the most versatility in mounting options with four different mounting systems to best fit the user's individual needs. The Infidel holster is also available in either a right- or left-handed configuration for belt widths of 1.25, 1.5 and 1.75 inches. The factory direct price for the Infidel ranges from $63.00 to $68.00 depending on the mounting option selected.

In addition to the MTAC, CTAC and Infidel holsters, Comp-Tac will expand their M&P Shield specific model offerings across the entire product line.

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