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Comp-Tac Releases Remington 1911 R1 Holsters

Houston, TX-Comp-Tac Victory Gear has teamed up with Remington Arms to product a full line of products made specifically for Remington’s new 1911 R1. The Enhanced, Centennial, and original R1 will all fit the 1911 R1 Comp-Tac holster.

Whether intended for competition or concealment (or both), Comp-Tac offers a wide range of inside- and outside-the-waistband holsters and magazine pouches made of only the highest quality Kydex. Each holster is formed to fit a specific model frame to get the smoothest, most reliable fit for your pistol.

Comp-Tac’s holsters feature a Level I retention system. All products are set to proper retention at the manufacturing facility by a skilled technician. However, each product can be adjusted to allow the wearer to set the retention to his or her own personal preference.

The most popular IWB model offered by Comp-Tac is the Minotaur MTAC. For the ultimate level of deep concealment, the MTAC is the way to go. This model is a hybrid of cowhide leather and Kydex combined to make one holster that meets the best of both worlds. The leather backing provides the highest level of comfort for the wearer. The Kydex half-body mounted on the leather backing provides the reliable, consistent draw and re-holstering capabilities of a Kydex holster.

The Paddle Holster is Comp-Tac’s best selling OWB model. The paddle backing allows the maximum positioning on the waistband without interference from belt loops. This holster rides close to the body for maximum concealment for outside the waistband carry. The Paddle Holster is the number one preferred competition holster according to most IDPA shooters. Try one out today to find out why!

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