If you take a look around the gun industry you will find a bunch of very successful companies who started out in a garage or basement shop, with nothing more than an idea combined with passion and a can-do attitude. One of those companies is Comp-Tac.

Comp-Tac’s GM, Gordon Carrell, told me his boss, Greg Garrett, President and founder of Comp-Tac started making holsters for daily carry and competition back in 2001, in his garage. Fast-forward 10 years and the 1-man show is now in a real building and dozens of employees producing over 30 products, creating 92,000 possible variations to suit users.

After talking with Gordon, we decided he would send me two completely different systems. One was a standard kydex paddle holster and single-mag pouch; the other the leather/kydex IWB Minotaur MTAC holster and Minotaur IWB mag pouch.

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2 thoughts on “Comp-Tac

  1. Will

    What can you tell me about the Glock in the Comp-Tac article? It looks to have been done by Robar, but I am interested in the details of what was done. Did you guys cover it in a previous edition that I missed? Thanks guys!


    1. Sammy Reese

      You’ve got a good eye. That’s my Glock 19 that has been worked by Robbie Barrkman’s crew at Robar. Backstrap redux with small beavertail added, front cocking serrations, and all internals NP3 coated. Its the second Glock I’ve had Robar do for me. You won’t be disappointed.
      Sammy Reese
      Carry Options Editor.

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