Comp-Tac recently announced the release of new holsters to fit the popular SIG Sauer P320 XCompact pistol. The Comp-Tac MTAC, International, Warrior and eV2 each deliver slightly different designs to meet specific carry needs.
“Sig Sauer makes a variety of firearms that continue to gain popularity with firearms enthusiast, law enforcement agencies and military personnel. The new P320 XCompact has a slightly smaller design will work well for those who are carrying concealed, or those who want to add a backup gun to their setup,” commented Bill Babboni, High Speed Gear vice president of sales and operations. “Now that customers can get Comp-Tac® holsters for their XCompacts, they will be ready for whatever they encounter.”
Comp-Tac Holsters for SIG P320 XCompact
The MTAC Holster serves as an inside-the-waistband, hybrid holster. It feature two-layer leather backing and a Kydex shell, making it a comfortable concealed carry choice. The MTAC features a tuckable design, allowing the user to tuck their shirt in over the gun. With interchangeable shells, customers who already own an MTAC holster can upgrade just the shell for their new SIG P320 XCompact.
The International Holster is an outside-the-waistband holster with a modular mounting system. With a belt mount, paddle mount and drop offset piece, the International is perfect for range use and competitive shooting. The International ranks as the top holster used at IDPA Nationals for seven consecutive years, according to Comp-Tac.
The Warrior Holster features an all-Kydex design. The outside-the-waistband holster with a pancake-style design fits close to the body for easy OWB concealment. The Warrior delivers both cant and ride-height adjustments. It stands as an excellent concealed carry option for the SIG P320 XCompact, according to Comp-Tac.
The eV2 features an appendix inside-the-waistband (AIWB) design. Comp-Tac designed the mode for casual everyday carry as well as deep concealment applications. The Sig P320 XCompact fit works well with the eV2’s Kick, which helps hide the grip by pushing it into the body.
For more information, visit comp-tac.com.