The following press release was issued by Comp-Tac
The Neutral Cant offers the consumer the combination of a comfortable leather backing, perfect to wear against the skin, with a ridged Kydex shell that will hold its shape offering a quick draw and safe, easy re-holster. With a 0° cant this holster can be worn anywhere from the three o’clock to one o’clock position making it perfect for side or appendix carry.
“A majority of our customers prefer the durability and stylishness of the black leather backing that Comp-Tac offers on many of our hybrid products. Expanding the black leather color to the Neutral Cant gives our customers the ability to have a dark colored leather backing that hides wear. Plus nothing says style like basic black,” explained Marketing and Sales Manager Randi Rogers.
In addition to the hybrid construction, the two nylon mounting clips are sturdy enough to wear for years while being gentle on belts and clothing. The two clip system allows users to adjust the cant of the holster, the ride depth and provide a sturdy hold spreading the weight of any firearm across the belt.
With holster fits for more than 150 different makes and models, the Neutral Cant can be used with almost any concealed carry firearm option on the market today including, but not limited to, brands like Glock, Smith & Wesson, Springfield, Sig Sauer, Colt and Walther.
“Comp-Tac strives to offer our customers products that fit their needs in comfort, durability, ease of use, and style. It is Comp-Tac’s mission to produce products that fill the consumer’s everyday carry needs,” commented Gordon Carrell General Manager of Comp-Tac.
The Neutral Cant is available in both right and left hand models and can be ordered directly at www.Comp-Tac.com as well as purchased in stores at over 90 different retailers nationwide at an MRSP of $94.99.
For more information on the Neutral Cant, and the full line of Comp-Tac holsters and gear, visit www.Comp-Tac.com. To follow the latest news about Team Comp-Tac, “Like” Comp-Tac on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CompTac, Twitter at @CompTac or visit our Blog.
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