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Sneak Peek – HTC & Troy PDW Catch

This PDW catch, which debuted at SHOT Show, is a collaboration between High Threat Concealment and Troy Industries.

Coming soon.

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18 Responses to “Sneak Peek – HTC & Troy PDW Catch”

  1. Todd says:

    I like but in Wa I can ccw not sure on open carry but I can’t have a loaded rifle so no bueno for me .

  2. AlexC says:


    Similar design theory. It will be interesting to see what they do differently.

    • James says:

      Looks like it rides a lot higher than that one.

      • James says:

        It does… it is positioned to where the stock comes just to the armpit. Our catch is also set up so that when it is deployed, the stock extends out.

    • James says:

      I’ve seen that concept floating around. The molded portion on ours is integrated in to the harness. We are still working on the retention strap. Our design has significantly less bulk than this design, as its designed to be concealed. It looks as if their design is geared more for high pro ops.

  3. Griffin says:

    My first thought exactly, hasn’t this been done a bunch of different ways already…. I just wish troy was still innovating seams like the controversy from a couple years ago effectively killed this company 🙁

    • James says:

      Griffin, this is nothing we’re claiming to be revolutionary. Just our take on a concealable sling system for their PDW. We (HTC) came to them with the idea and they liked it. They’ve been working on some new stuff they debuted at SHOT this past January. Their new Tomahawk Stock and a full auto .308 PDW are pretty slick.

  4. Looks interesting. 🙂

  5. 18Derp says:

    What is that move you rigidly check six twice then end with a bunny hop called?

  6. Dellis says:

    “Sneak peek”……emphasis on “peek”

  7. garrett says:

    Clearly he was ground hogging, why else would he run like that. Hit the head before the next video so you can open your stride up. Maybe throw on a pair of loose fit jeans.

    • James says:

      He’s a wounded Marine that has had more than his share of surgeries on his legs and ankles… I’d say he’s moving pretty good considering. Now the jeans… you’ll have to talk to him about that.