View Full Version : Dedicated Mil-Tech Website?

August 30, 2005, 12:05 PM
I am interested in information about what products Mil-Tech has to offer. I have seen some of their stuff at cheaperthandirt.com and at sportsmansguide.com. The descriptions at those sites are somewhat vague.

Anyone know if they have a dedicated website? How about somewhere else to try?

August 31, 2005, 12:10 AM

September 1, 2005, 11:07 PM
I got a Mil-Tech Compak holster for my XD-9 subbie (although technically for a Glock 26&27) about a month ago at my local gun shop (they had a bunch of different sizes). It's one of those nylon-type things, w/ a pouch on the front for an extra mag, can be IWB or OWB, comes w/ a belt clip, too.

Anyway, the packaging doesn't have a website listed. It says "MIL-TECH, INC. Rt.2 - Box 247A, Nevada, MO 64772" on the back. Googling that address comes up w/ nothing. The front of the package says "Licensed by Michaels of Oregon Co. ..." so doing a search on that came up with http://www.unclemikes.com/ as the place. I did a quick look-see on that site, and found my holster (although not called Mil-Tech). So, I did a search for "Mil-Tech" products but it came up w/ nothing. However, they do have my exact holster on their website (just named something different - the picture is exactly the same).

So, hopefully, this is the place you're looking for. Hope this helps.

September 2, 2005, 12:07 PM
Thanks Dave. I couldn't come up with anything on a Google search either. Might be Uncle Mikes budget brand?

September 2, 2005, 03:43 PM
I dunno about purposely being a budget brand, but I think it's an awesome holster. Can be IWB or OWB, belt clip, slide belt through it, whatever. It's all good. It fits my XD-9 subbie perfectly, gun can be drawn very quickly, has a spare mag pouch, and a quick-snap release. It's all adjustable (via velcro), reversible (left or right), and it was only $18 here in DE (no tax either). I love it, budget brand or not. :D