Comp-Tac Victory introduces Wheelchair Holster system

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The Wheelchair Holster utilizes an International Holster paired with a clamp mount to allow shooters using wheelchairs easy access to their handgun. (Photo: Comp-Tac Victory)

Comp-Tac Vicotry Gear announced a new holster mount designed for wheelchair using gun owners looking to compete or open carry.

The Wheelchair Holster system pairs Comp-Tac’s International Holster with a hex screw mount, allowing users to easily attach the rig to a wheelchair. The mount attaches using two firm gripping clamp mounts, adjustable to chair frames of various diameters.

The holster itself boats an all-Kydex design, supplying rigidity and retention even while the pistol is un-holstered. Comp-Tac serves up a bevy of gun models, allowing consumers to select between popular companies such as CZ, Glock, FN, Kimber, Smith & Wesson, Springfield Armory and Sig Sauer, to name a few.

Comp-Tac says the Wheelchair Holster aims to provide more options to shooters.

“This Wheelchair Holster mount combined with Comp-Tac’s International holster fills a real void for wheelchair bound shooters to get out and have some fun in competition or for self-defense use. This wheelchair system is affordable and designed for very easy assembly and adjustment,” Randi Rogers, champion shooter and Comp-Tac’s Sales and marketing manager, said in a press release.

The system ships with the holster and clamping assembly. Available in left or right configurations and with several color choices, the Wheelchair Holster is priced just under $100.

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