Comp-Tac Holsters Releases Wheelchair Holster
January 29, 2018
OSG's Michael Bane sits down with Randi Rogers, a competitive shooter and member of Ruger's first ever sponsored shooting team. Rogers competes in Cowboy Action Shooting, or SASS. She comes from a history of Cowboy Action shooters, and her grandfather was a well-known Cowboy Action shooter. Rogers is planning on doing multiple action shooting events this year.
Rogers also works for Comp-Tac Holsters, and stopped by to show Michael Bane one of the company's new products. Comp-Tac released a wheelchair holster, as well as wheelchair magazine pouches. Comp-Tac worked with Trevor Baucom, a disabled veteran who was wounded in action and now uses a wheelchair, to design this new wheelchair product. The product is affordable, and is the perfect item for any wounded warrior looking to get back into shooting.
Rogers also showed off Comp-Tac's new concealed carry holster, the Warrior. The holster is designed to holster the gun on the outside of the waistband for better comfort. The holster also does a good job of pulling the gun into the body, making it less visible, and is ready for suppressors or sights. Comp-Tac is continuing to grow and produce exciting new products.