Comp-Tac offers Infidel Ultra Max for inside-the-wasitband carry

09/23/17 12:00 PM | by

The Infidel Ultra Max holster offers concealment through its IWB design. (Photo: Comp-Tac Vicory Gear)

The Infidel Ultra Max holster offers concealment through its IWB design. (Photo: Comp-Tac)

Accessory maker Comp-Tac Victory Gear announced its Infidel Ultra Max inside-the-waistband holster now accommodates over 160 different makes and models of pistols.

The Infidel aims to provide concealed carry enthusiasts with an ultra-smooth yet fast draw utilizing a Kydex shell custom fitted to each pistol model.

Comp-Tac says the plastic shell is final fitted to an actual pistol not a form and is designed with cant adjustment. The cant adjustment option allows users to adjust the pistol position from a reverse cant to a straight drop or FBI forward position.

As with most other Comp-Tac hybrid holsters, the Infidel boasts interchangeability permitting shooters to swap out the front Kydex portion of the holster. This ultimately saves gun owners money, especially for concealed carriers who regularly swap between carry pistols.

Sturdy, two-layer comfortable formed top grain soft cowhide backing touts comfort against the skin while a nylon polymer clip supports the rig on the belt. The clip has a snap cloure and fits up to 1 1/2-inch belts.

The Infidel Ultra Max is priced at $80.99 with additional Kydex holster bodies priced at $24.99.

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