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comp-tac holsters

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by solo17, Jul 21, 2005.

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  1. solo17

    solo17 Member

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    i placed an order from them on friday and got my holster on tuesday morning(that was fast). i used it last night in a i.d.p.a match last night and i couldn't believe how great it worked ,this has to be the sturdiest ,best fitting
    holster i has ever owned.my holster presentions seemed to be so much faster and smoother than ever before. i am very impressed with there work and recomeend them to all.

    thanks to all the guys and girls at comp-tac
     
  2. Gary G23

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    I've heard nothing but good things about Comp-Tac. I'll probably try one for my next holster. It gets annoying waiting for six weeks on a Blade-Tech.
     
  3. Beren

    Beren Moderator Emeritus

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    Love my Comp-Tac Gurkha. When I broke a clip, Comp-Tac sent me a replacement clip hassle-free.
     
  4. countertop

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    broke my shirt tucker sitting down in the car.

    Ended up selling my GLock so I didn't bother seeking a new clip for it, but I did enjoy it while I had it.
     
  5. SpookyPistolero

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    Well that just leaves a bad taste in your mouth...
     
  6. HighVelocity

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    Been using a Comp-tac Ghurka most of the summer and no problems at all. High quality stuff.
     
  7. Navy87Guy

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    I have the C-T.A.C. for CCW with my Walther P99. It's the smoothest holster I've ever tried. I bought a Speed Paddle for my Beretta 92G Vertec and a Speed belt holster for my Glock 17. The retention is just great!

    The only PITA thing is that that Comp-Tac paddles won't meet the new IDPA holster rules...just one more reason I stick to USPSA. I've heard some folks have used a heat gun to eliminate the "gap" in the tunnel -- so that's an option.

    My dealings with J.B. and the folks at Comp-Tac have been great. Although your order was a little slow, Solo....my first order went in on a Wednesday afternoon and by Friday I had the holster. Now THAT'S service!
     
  8. dpesec

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    A bit off topic

    I read that some of you broke you clip/hook. I've broken my Fist K1 twice, no problem geting a repalcement but it's still a pain.
    Is this a common problem?
     
  9. peashooter

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    I use a Comp-Tac straight drop holster for my Beretta 92Elite and Belt Feed mag pouch for my IPSC kit. I like the Belt Feed just fine, but I would have to say I like my Blackhawk CQC Carbon Fiber Holster for my 92FS better. If Blackhawk made the CQC for the Elite/Brigadier, I would not have bought the Comp-Tac. Why? The Blackhawk has a smoother draw and re-holster and is adjustable.
    I'm not knocking the Comp-Tac, just like the CQC better.
     
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