Comp-Tac releases new Warrior holster, ammo pouch

01/8/18 9:30 AM | by


The Warrior holster, left, and ammunition pouch, right, are the latest gear to hit the Comp-Tac lineup. (Photo: Comp-Tac Victory Gear)

Comp-Tac Victory Gear adds a new holster, the Warrior, and ammunition pouch to its arsenal of gun gear and accessories.

The Warrior holster, a low-profile outside the waistband rig, is fully adjustable offering multiple cant positions in addition to retention adjustments. Retention can be modified through the holster’s Phillips head screws, according to Comp-Tac.

The Kydex holster also cooperates with optics, threaded barrels and suppressor sights delivering more carrying options to users. MSRP on the new rig is $75.

In addition to the new holster, Comp-Tac delivers the Warrior ammunition pouch. Styled to give users a low-profile platform, the slim Kydex set-up boasts a single point retention adjustment design for open or concealed carry.

Sporting an ambidextrous set-up, the Warrior ammunition pouch allows wearers to place bullets facing forward or backward depending on needs. The pouch also comes equipped with adjustable ride height so shooters can place the Warrior pouch were they need for best reload speed and concealment. The Warrior ammunition pouch slips into the market at $55.

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