Comp-Tac holster designs incorporate construction techniques and end user adjustment to make some of the most comfortable, secure, and affordable holsters on the market.
Comp-Tac designs and makes all of their molds in house to provide products with better fit, finish, and more refined contours. Your handgun will snap into place with more positive tactile feedback and the contours are designed to keep positive pressure on the handgun to hold it more securely.
Sweat shields are standard on IWB holsters to protect your handgun from perspiration and enhance their comfort.
Comp-Tac has worked hard to minimize the bulk and size of their gear to provide as comfortable a solution as possible, especially on the IWB products. Whereas the standard thickness of kydex material is .125", all IWB holsters are made from .090" sheets. Comp-Tac has found .090" to be the ideal thickness for IWB holsters. Anything thinner is prone to breakage.
Belt holsters feature a 1-1/2" belt opening
Inside the Waistband (IWB) holsters feature standard black clips for 1-1/2" belts
All holsters that fit multiple firearms are "slide" holsters with open bottoms to accommodate all the barrel lengths available in that particular fit
Built for competition
USPSA, IDPA and IPSC legal
Can be user adjusted from 10 degree cross-draw to 25 degree strong-side FBI cant
Easily adjustable for ride height
Adjustable neck lanyard
Will carry the firearm in either the horizontal or vertical position
Modular design allows for multiple carry options
All Infidel holsters come standard with a 1-1/2" belt clip. Other mounting hardware is available separately
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