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MTAC | Premier IWB Hybrid Holster | Comp-Tac

The MTAC is an inside the waistband Kydex and leather hybrid holster designed for concealed carry. Created to be worn behind the hip at 4:00 or 5:00, this holster offers the best in comfort and speed for concealed carry use.

Product Features: 

  • 2 Layer Top Grain Leather Cowhide Backing
  • Kydex Body
  • Interchangeable Body- Carry one holster and swap out shells for new firearms
  • Flexible Polymer Clips
  • Ride Height Adjustable
  • Cant Adjustable 

The MTAC’s top grain cow hide leather backing is the most comfortable material to wear against your skin. It provides a soft flexible material that does not rub or pinch.

The Kydex body on the MTAC provides a rigid material that is custom fit to each firearm and maintains its shape even with the pistol un-holstered. The smooth, low friction surface allows for a fast draw and easy one-handed re-holstering of the firearm. The all-Kydex body will not bend or stretch over time and is impervious to sweat and solvents.

The MTAC’s Kydex body is also interchangeable, allowing you to have one holster for all of your firearms. You can purchase spare bodies on the Spare Body page.

The MTAC attaches to the belt by two clips mounted to the leather tabs on either side of the holster. These mounting clips distribute the weight of the loaded pistol while holding securely to the belt. A shirt may be tucked in over the gun and holster providing complete concealment. The clips will also allow for ride depth or cant adjustment by using the different mounting holes.

The MTAC can be purchased with either 1.5” Black Standard Clips or 1.5” Black C-Clips. To purchase other clips styles, sizes or colors, please visit our Holster Parts and Hardware or the clip pages below. Additional clips are only $2 each.


Available Clips:
Standard Clips: A “P” shaped clip that slides over the top of the belt and hooks underneath. Holster may be put on while belt is already threaded through loops. Not recommended for nylon belts.
C-Clip: A “C” shaped clip that grips the belt at the top and bottom. The belt must be fed through clips while putting it on. These clips have less visible surface area showing during concealment. C-clips work with all types of belts, ideal for nylon.
V-Clip: Clips slide over the waistband of pants and attach to Velcro on inside of belt. Holster attaches before belt is put on through pant loops. V-clips offer the highest level of concealment with no part of the clip visible outside of the pants. The loop side of the Velcro is provided with these clips. The easiest way to attach this clip is to a belt with the Velcro already sewn on. Please see Comp-Tac Kydex Reinforced Belts for this Velcro option.

The “Slide” Holster

The Slide holster option allows the user to use one holster for similar guns of different lengths (such as Glock 9mm, .40, and .357). The Slide is typically slightly longer than the shortest gun of the series, and left open so that longer guns may ‘slide’ through the end of the holster.

Slide versions of outside the waistband holsters are recommended for range work only. While carrying a longer firearm in a slide holster, the end is left exposed and the user must be careful not to bump the exposed muzzle up against anything that might dislodge the firearm, i.e. sitting down in an arm chair.

Comp-Tac fit checks EVERY holster with the actual make and model firearm ordered. As a result, the leather backing may show slight wear marks or scratches from the fit process. 

Leather is natural product with unique characteristics that differ from hide to hide. Due to these differences shade and color variations are to be expected. This is not a fault or flaw in leather, Comp-Tac uses genuine natural top grain cow-hide to make all of our Comp-Tac leather products.

Warranty: Comp-Tac products are covered under a one year warranty and the 30 NOBS Guarantee. Due to the cosmetic vulnerability of leather, Comp-Tac reserves the right to charge a 20% restocking fee on any leather returns or exchanges that are deemed to be damaged or abused. 

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  • 5
    Best There Is!

    Posted by Guest Customer on Dec 25th 2017

    I've been carrying a glock 19 gen 4 for two years in my MTac Minotaur extremely comfortable excellent quality. . I have wasted money on other IWB holsters. They may not be the cheapest out there but you get what you pay for..

  • 5
    Superior IWB solution

    Posted by John Cline on Dec 10th 2017

    I have been using this holster to carry a Heckler & Koch P30 for several months. Superior adjustability allowed me to easily achieve my preferred ride height and cant. Retention is fully adjustable, as well. I have been very impressed with the comfort and quality of this holster. Highly recommended!

  • 5
    I have the left handed PPS version

    Posted by Guest Customer on Nov 11th 2017

    I have had mine for a couple of years, Great holster I run it at the 10-11 o'clock position full cant (I am a lefty). This keeps the gun in close, easy to conceal I can sit in the car in perfect comfort as well. it is my EDC holster.

  • 5
    Functional + Comfortable+Durable

    Posted by Guest Customer on Oct 21st 2017

    I've had my MTAC for my .45 ACP XDS Springfield-Armory since 2012 and I have found it to be a very functional, comfortable and durable holster. The clips provide for the flexibility to place the holster in a position that suits my needs for concealed carry. I like a holster for concealed carry that is comfortable but that I know is there and the MTAC delivers without be obtrusive. I wear my MTAC regularly and I have found it to be durable and that it holds up to consistent usage. Finally, on one occasion I need some additional screws for my holster and I found the service of Comp-Tac to be excellent. I highly recommend this holster.

  • 5
    Still Holding Up 5 Years Later

    Posted by Guest Customer on Sep 8th 2017

    I purchased my MTAC roughly 5 years ago and it's still going strong. I've worn it nearly every day since and it still looks and feels great. I've changed out the spare body twice as I've chosen new carry guns and the process is really easy. With the adjustable retention, cant and height I can customize the fit to my preference. I have absolutely no idea how you could improve on it.

  • 5

    Posted by Jeffrey Ferrin on Aug 15th 2017

    Having worked as a security specialist, serving clients throughout the Middle East for the past ten years I have had to purchased numerous concealed carry holsters. Regardless of the weapon, every holster had some give and take, most taking more than they give. Hot climates and professional dress don't usually mix well for concealed carry. Most recently I have been carrying an H&K USPC in .45, which despite the compact designation is not a small weapon. I have now been using an MTAC for a couple weeks. The MTAC has been simply amazing, offering all give and zero take. It provides an adjustable cant and ample stability on the draw and re-holster. The holster is superbly constructed and it is fast, and by fast I mean incredibly fast compared to other kydex units. But the best part is the level of comfort it provides with its light weight and very thin design, all the while staying nearly invisible. This is a great holster, and is now my primary concealed carry unit. You won't go wrong here! Oh, and customer service is amazing also.

  • 5
    Best IWB holster I own

    Posted by Michael Lishchynsky on Aug 3rd 2017

    I purchased this for my SIg Sauer P229. I was kind of skeptical about an IWB holster for this Sig model because they are so wide. I have no problem concealing the 229. I have holsters from Alien Gear, Stealth Gear, Foxx, and others. This is, by far, the most comfortable and most user friendly holster I own. I'm purchasing another for my 1911.

  • 4

    Posted by Guest Customer on Jun 28th 2017

    I’ve had this holster for 3-4 years. The holster is in great shape, and I’ve only had to replace one screw that fell out after 3 years. One complaint... The clamps wear holes in all of my jeans. I would still recommend it, and I’d like to get more of these for my other pistols.

  • 5
    Best IWB Holster money can buy, bar none!

    Posted by Harry Markopolos on Mar 14th 2017

    I own a half dozen MTAC's and swear by them. Once you wear them a lot the leather gets softer and softer. It makes even my HK45C un-noticeable in the summer which is quite a feat since it's the largest gun I carry. For smaller guns like the Kahr PM40, they just disappear. I don't like the CTAC nearly as much as the MTAC. That extra leather on the MTAC makes sure that no metal from your pistol can dig into your side, so spend the extra ten dollars for the MTAC, you won't regret it!