Post Falls, ID – November 10th, 2021
Warcat Tactical, the newest name in firearms accessories and tactical gear, officially launched its brand with the debut of a revolutionary new appendix carry holster. Designed for peak performance with a minimalist approach, Warcat Tactical has created a thinner, lighter, and stronger holster than standard Kydex holsters currently available elsewhere. Additionally, Warcat Tactical’s advanced manufacturing process enables these holsters to be made at a much lower cost to the consumer, even including concealment-enhancing claw and wedge accessories.
Using state-of-the-art 3D modeling, precision injection molding, and specially blended polymers, Warcat Tactical can repeatably produce top-quality holsters entirely in the USA, and at a lower cost than other holster brands. For a fraction of the average holster price, responsible citizens can now comfortably conceal America’s most-popular concealed-carry firearms. Warcat Tactical was born out of the necessity for a professional grade holster at an accessible price and has invested in doing so. The low price however doesn’t mean low quality. Every Warcat Tactical holster is backed by a “Nine Lives Warranty” providing generations of confidence and manufacturer support.
“In such a competitive firearms and tactical market, Warcat Tactical truly brings quality holster manufacturing to the next level,” said Sandi Little, COO of Warcat Tactical. “We don’t just make tactical gear; we make tactical gear better.”
About Warcat Tactical:
Warcat Tactical is based entirely in the United States and manufactures everything exclusively from our facility in Northern Idaho. Warcat Tactical is proud to employ military and law enforcement veterans, competitive shooters, and firearms enthusiasts to ensure that our mindset matches yours.
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