Comp-Tac Victory offers CTAC IWB for professionals

The CTAC is an IWB holster made from rigid Kydex. (Photo: Comp-Tac Victory)

Comp-Tac Victory introduces the CTAC inside-the-waistband holster, created to allow users to tuck in shirts while working in professional environments.

The CTAC design was crafted to be worn behind the hip at the four-to-five o’clock position, Styled for larger pistols, this arrangement on the body works to offer a higher level of concealment.

The holster is constructed from ultra-slick, low friction Kydex which allows for quick draws and easier reholstering.

“The CTAC Kydex body provides a rigid material that is custom fit to each firearm exactly and retains its shape even with the pistol un-holstered,” Comp-Tac said in a statement. “The all-Kydex body will not bend or stretch over time and is impervious to sweat and solvents. The CTAC is recommended for hot or humid climates.”

The holster comes with belt clip options including ride height adjustable, pictured above. (Photo: Comp-Tac Victory)

The rig attaches to the belt line with either standard 1 1/2-inch belt clips or C-style belt loops, permitting users to tuck in shirt tails around the holster for better concealment. In addition, Comp-Tac says users may also choose from a variety of additional size and color belt clips, including ones with adjustable tilt and height external clips, which opens up an array of wear options. Additional clips are offered through the company at $4.99 each.

The CTAC covers most popular brands of pistols including Glock, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory to name a few. The CTAC by Comp-Tac is available with a retail price of $76.

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