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For those looking for a really good concealment holster for your M&P you can not beat the Comp-Tac, C-TAC. it has it's supports front and rear not over the gun so bulk is at a minimum and it is very stable. I use the c--clamp model and love it. The belt attachments are attached to the holster by a leather piece so it forms to your body. I have carried a gun every day for over 20 years and alot of this IWB style and this is the best I have found yet. You can also adjust the ride height and cant. Their paddle holster is one of the best i have seen also. While not designed as a competition holster I can easily get one shots draws at 7 yards on a 8x10 plate in well under one second out of it. Iv'e done this with Glocks and M&P's. It has a wide top and is again very stable. I hope this info helps someone. CHECK 360 David.
 

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For those looking for a really good concealment holster for your M&P you can not beat the Comp-Tac, C-TAC. it has it's supports front and rear not over the gun so bulk is at a minimum and it is very stable. I use the c--clamp model and love it. The belt attachments are attached to the holster by a leather piece so it forms to your body. I have carried a gun every day for over 20 years and alot of this IWB style and this is the best I have found yet. You can also adjust the ride height and cant. Their paddle holster is one of the best i have seen also. While not designed as a competition holster I can easily get one shots draws at 7 yards on a 8x10 plate in well under one second out of it. Iv'e done this with Glocks and M&P's. It has a wide top and is again very stable. I hope this info helps someone. CHECK 360 David.


Yes it does help. I will be looking over the C-TAC. (I suggest that this comment is started it in a new thread since it is information about a different holster.)



Thanks for sharing,

-Mike
 

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CTACS are great IWB holsters. I run a slide version for my 9mm Glocks (used primarily with a 19 or 34), but also have one for my SW99 and both work like a charm. Once I get qual'ed for offduty carry of my M&P, I'll be picking one up for it also.
 

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Well i just ordered a CTAC today. I hope it's all that everyone says it is!

I was debating between the CTAC and Crossbreed. We'll see how it turn outs when it gets here. Can anyone tell me how long it normally takes for shipping?
 

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If you ordered it from CT you should have it in a few days, it usually takes them a day or two to make it and add shipping time to that. We've got the CTAC in stock and normally ship Priority Mail.
 

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I just ordered the CTAT today for my M&P .40. I cant wait to try it out for the first time. Ill be taking my CC course on Oct. 29th, so hopefully ill have it by then.
 

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Well i got my CTAC in a few days ago and have been wearing it as much as possible. I'll have to say this holster is awsome. I had it on about 6 hours before my own wife realized i had it on. It's also alot more comfortable than i thought it was gonna be.
 
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