Comp-Tac Expands Flatline Holsters

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posted on September 26, 2016
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Comp-Tac Victory Gear announced new options in both color and firearm fit to its Flatline and Flatline Thumb Break holster collections.

The Flatline is an IWB/OWB holster that is now available in Hunter Green. The thumb break option is also now available in Hunter Green as well.

The Thumb Break Holster, which features a level two thumb break, now fits the Glock G17, G22, G20, G21 and G40. The Smith & Wesson M&P, Walther PPQ and SIG P320 and P250 also have holster fit options.

The Flatline Holster is sold with three sets of mounting clips. One is for IWB carry, one allows for OWB carry and the final option allows the carrier to adjust the camber to accommodate heavier jackets or body armor.

The level 2 thumb break option features the same all-Kydex design of the Flatline but comes with an attached thumb break to provide an extra level of retention and security for those who might be engaging in physically demanding activities, such as hiking or hunting.

The Flatline Holster retails at a suggested price of $69.99. The Thumb Break Holster retails for $85.99.

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