High Threat Concealment adds QRS Salvo to tactical kit lineup

High Threat Concealment introduced the QRS-Salvo, a complete holster and belt system for tactical shooters. (Photo: High Threat Concealment)

High Threat Concealment introduced the QRS-Salvo, a complete holster and belt system for tactical shooters. (Photo: High Threat Concealment)

High Threat Concealment announced the latest in its series of tactical gear, launching the Quick Response System – Salvo.

The QRS-Salvo is a full-bodied set-up complete with Vantage OWB holster and a “built to order” 4-piece magazine panel. The panel utilizes the M4 Mag Stacker with configurations available for Dual Pistol Mag Holders and M4 Rifle Mag Holders.

The QRS-Salvo ships alongside HTC’s Tactical Cobra Belt which features a two-piece construction designed to hold gear in place, but allowing for quick attachment of gear. HTC also offers belt add-ons, including the Everyday Tactical Belt as well as the Micro Grip Belt Panel, permitting shooters to dial-in a custom rig set-up.

HTC says QRS Salvo parts use premium grade Boltaron finished in tactically sound colors of black or flat dark earth. Holsters are built per order based on customer’s specific handgun make and model. HTC is also set up to tackle after-market accessory equipped firearms in addition to weapon mounted lights.

HTC Design Engineer Nick Pastros said the QRS-Salvo’s design benefits from the addition of the Mag Stacker.

“The Mag Stacker has been on our radar for some time. We recognize the importance of maximizing available space along the waistline, carrying additional rifle or pistol magazines while adding minimal bulk,” Pastros said in a press release. “This system works for professionals who need to carry additional payload or for anyone who would like to spend more time shooting and less time reloading mags at a course or on the range.”

HTC’s QRS-Salvo is available with base pricing starting at $450.

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