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TTAG receives many press releases, but only a few make it out of our inboxes and onto the site. Not gonna lie, holsters have a hard time standing out enough to warrant publishing a press release on one. But Warcat Tactical (which is new a sister company of Alien Gear) caught our eye with a new manufacturing process and an aggressive price point — $17.76 with extra features.

Warcat’s press release follows:

Warcat Tactical Introduces Game-Changing Holster

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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  1. Alien Gear makes some good holsters, so I expect these Warcat holsters to be better than many of the bargain priced products out there.

    I am always looking for affordable gear for many of the new gun owners I train. I don’t mind spending over $100 for a good holster, but not all new gun owners are willing to spend that much.

    • The only problem I have with Alien, is statements on their part about voiding warranty if you cut for an optic, while also not offering the same. Or for a weapon light, and/or comp like some others. Their falling behind the times.

      Hopefully Warcat will rectify this, but as a budget option I have little hope for the ‘extras’ offered by others.

      • I’m in the process of having my 1911 slide cut for the Tricon RMRcc. I spoke to Alien Gear CS about ShapeShift holster shells being made for red dots. I was told that modifying a shell would still be covered under warranty. Worst case? New shell is ~$30.

        • Good to know, but it doesn’t make a whole lot of difference with regard to my options. At least, until they start offering light equipped models.

          Probably going Tier 1 with my next one.

      • Ankle holsters really need to be tried out. I found that out the hard way.
        For one, I can’t wear one as is suggested, inside of weak side. Rides on my ankle bone, 10 seconds is about my limit. So, outside of my strong side, which makes more sense to me anyway. Also, if a fabric holster doesn’t have a rolled top edge, forget it.

  2. It’d be a good idea for non-custom holster manufacturers to make the sight channel taller to accept aftermarket sights.

    • Was thinking the same thing.

      Their 1st model released is a shoot-yourself-in-the-dick holster.

      Not a way to open with a bang.

      (Although made entirely in the USA is a big plus.)

      • Translation: I don’t know basic firearm safety and I’m afraid of shooting myself while holstering.

        The only people who aren’t carrying appendix these days are fatties and boomers. Which are you?

  3. I’ve worked in plastics injection molding, them dies ain’t cheap.
    Hopefully the company has picked the right gunms because at $18 a pop they’re going to have to sale a lot.
    All my holsteins I use are made out of leather, I just dont like a plastic holstein.

  4. “Using state-of-the-art 3D modeling, precision injection molding, and specially blended polymers”

    Ya mean like most holster manufacturers are either doing already and have been for a few years or will be doing anyway? Like the custom made holster I got about three years and have been using.

    Nothing new in this respect.

    • a lot of manufacturers take blank sheets of kydex and press them around a mold. Not efficient, but a perfect fit for the gun/light/optic combo.

  5. $17.76 *slow clap*

    Too bad they make the same limited selection of holsters as every other kydex holster company on the market.

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