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Blade Tech Introduces iPhone Holster

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Many iPhone users use iPhone covers from Magpul, Otter Box and Strike Industries to protect their investment. Unfortunately, these covers aren’t designed to be worn on the belt and commercially available holsters won’t accommodate these covers. Blade Tech saw what was going on and introduced the smartphone holster. It accepts your iPhone, case and all.

You get a customized holster based on your selection of belt loop width or Tek-Lock alternative and type of iPhone case. To order visit

Blade Tech Modular Mount

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Here’s a quick video on Blade Tech’s Modular Mount system that allows you to move holsters and mag carriers across various platforms.

Big News from TSD

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

As Mini Red Dot sight equipped handguns (Glocks in particular) become more and more popular, one company stands out as having gotten onboard with the concept almost from the giddy-up and that is TSD Combat Systems. Initially they modified commercial slides but began to realize that this was too costly in time and money. So, they decided to develop their own slides. The TSD Combat Systems G-17 RMR Slide is made of 17-4 stainless steel, at a thorough hardness of RC 46. It is a “drop in” slide, with no gunsmithing required for fitting.

It integrates the excellent Trijicon RMR and is offered in OD or Black Cerakote. Notice the top of the RMR sight. Many Mini Red Dots feature a convex arc around the top of the sight. If you drop the weapon and it lands on the sight, all of the shock is transferred directly into the sight. With the Trijicon RMR, the concave top features two points which can help protect the sight if dropped by mitigating the shock. Another thing we really like about Trijicon is that you don’t have to worry about batteries dying on you.

It comes complete with a Trijicon RMR, and all internals, a TSD Combat Systems Match Barrel, assembled and finished by TSD’s Technicians. It is packaged in a TSD/Pelican Case.

Interested? Check it out at

Naturally, a pistol with a mounted optic on the slide won’t fit in a standard holster. TSD recently worked with Blade Tech to modify their popular WRS Tactical Holster to accept the RMR equipped Glock. Turns out, guys who are running mini red dots on their pistol also use weapon lights. Once again, TSD and Blade Tech teamed up to make the improvements. The resulting TSD – Blade-Tech WRS RMR Equipped/Surefire X300 Light Tactical Holster System is a very specific piece of kit for a very capable pistol.

The holster is also available through One Source Tactical.

870 Modular Combat Shotgun

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

Remington just released this ad for the 870 Modular Combat Shotgun which features a user-configurable stock and barrel system. Check out the retention system. It’s made by Blade Tech specifically for the 870 MCS.

Blade-Tech WRS RMR Equipped Glock 17 Tactical Holster System

Friday, June 17th, 2011

We’ve mentioned Advanced Glock Slide Packages before. In fact, having recently fired a Glock 19 equipped with the Trijicon Ruggedized Miniature Reflex (RMR) Sight courtesy of Trijicon, I can tell you that, while it takes some getting used to, it is a pretty slick system.

One of the current issues with such a modification to your Glock is carriage. Some have taken a dremel tool to their holster of choice to good effect but this can result in a useless chunk of Kydex if you get it wrong. But not to worry, Blade-Tech has developed a purpose built solution.

Officially dubbed the “TSD – Blade-Tech WRS RMR Equipped Tactical Holster System” it is based naturally, on Blade-Tech’s excellent WSR (Weapon Retention System level 2) holster. There is plenty of room in the barrel area to accommodate the mini red dot sight. What’s more, it is a very versatile holster as it equipped with their Tactical Modular Mounting System allowing it to rapidly change carrying configurations.

This holster is designed to fit the Glock 17 and 22. However, it will fit the Glock 19 and 23 with a little room in the barrel area.

The holster is currently available through

Tactical Can Pouch

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

Blade Tech’s Tactical Can Pouch was designed to keep a can of dip handy. The Kydex holds it securely in place. Multiple belt attachments are available to accommodate belts from 1-1/4″ to 1-3/4″ as well as the MOLLE-Lock for PALS webbing.

Blade Tech Tactical Can Pouch

To order in any color as long as it’s Black, visit Blade Tech.