We realize that not everyone knows the difference between a Blade-Tech Tek-Lok belt attachment and a Talon Retention Systems belt slide and that some may be unfamiliar with many of the holster belt attachment options available today. That being understood, the purpose of this document is to provide our customers with a brief explanation of each attachment we currently offer.
Here is an example of a Taco Style Holster with a Blade-Tech Tek-Lok belt attachment. All of the attachments explained below mount on the inside of our taco style holsters with threaded posts and screws secured with removable thread locker, also known as Loctite.
This is a Clamshell style adjustable belt width attachment with a secondary locking feature. It fits belt widths from 1 ½” to 2” by way of adjustable and removable inserts within the clamshell design.
Blade-Tech Adjustable Paddle
The paddle attachment is a wide platform that rides on the hip with significant stability. The design of the paddle keeps your pistol close to the body with minimal firearm printing for an outside waistband holster. The paddle is adjustable for belts from 1 ¼” wide to 2” wide. We find this paddle is extremely comfortable and enjoy wearing it all day.
Blade-Tech Adjustable StingRay Loop
The Adjustable Stingray Belt Loop offers stability on the outside of the waistband while keeping your pistol close to the body. The Stingray has an internal shim similar to the Tek-Lok attachment that allows adjustment to fit belts up to 2” wide.
Talon Retention Systems Belt Slide
The Talon Retention Systems Belt Slide Universal Outside Waistband Belt Slide Attachment is capable of being mounted on 1 ½” or 1 ¾” belt widths with no needed adjustments to make the transition. A universal mounting system allows user to adjust the holster angle of taco style holsters by way of mounting hole locations on the slide.