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The following is a press release from Comp-Tac Victory Gear

Comp-Tac Victory Gear, a leading manufacturer of concealed carry holsters, competition or range use holsters and other firearms related accessories has released a brand new mounting option: the PLM. The Push-Button Locking Mount (PLM) offers the ability to carry a holster or magazine pouch with an easy push button removal.

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The PLM gives users the option to mount their every day carry holsters, magazine pouches, light holders or pepper spray carriers to almost any belt or bag. The push-button operation detaches with ease. The PLM offers an exceptional balance of easy attachment and secure hold through a one-of-a-kind locking mechanism. By sliding the push button horizontally the attachment will lock securely.

In addition to the easy to use push-button lock, the PLM provides an internal width adjustment bar that allows for adjustment from 1/4” to 2 1/4”. With 9 mounting holes, the PLM can be attached to any number of products and allow for cant adjustability up to 270°. Made of high quality durable polymer, the PLM will withstand the most rigorous tests while continuing to be gentle on belts and clothing.

“Comp-Tac takes great pride in offering customers effective, easy to use, durable holster and magazine pouch mounting options. The PLM is the newest innovation in removable, user friendly, locking mounts. Nothing else on the market compares to the PLM,” explains Gregg Garrett owner and president of Comp-Tac.

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The PLM is available immediately and retails for an MSRP of $9.49.

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