Comp-Tac creates holster fits for the S&W M&P Shield 9 EZ

Comp-Tac eV2-Shield-9EZ
Comp-Tac unveiled a new series of their world-class holsters for the Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Shield EZ. IMG Comp-Tac

U.S.A. -( Comp-Tac recently added new Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Shield EZ fits for the MTAC, Infidel Max, Warrior, eV2, and International holsters. These five holsters rank among Comp-Tac’s most popular items. The brand periodically releases new holster fits throughout the year to accommodate more and more gun owners, and to match the ever-growing firearms market.

“Firearm manufacturers continue to expand their product lines with handguns that have additional features and options to fit a wide variety of customers, lifestyles and uses,” said Gordon Carrell, Comp-Tac general manager. “We at Comp-Tac believe in those same ideals and strive to match the varied number of handguns with an equal variation of holsters. Our many holster fits help to meet the needs of customers regardless of carry position, clothing options, lifestyle needs and more.”

MTAC Holster for Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Shield EZ

The MTAC is a hybrid, inside-the-waistband (IWB) holster that works perfectly for customers who need to tuck their shirt in. The two mounting clips on the MTAC are located on the sides of the holster, allowing a shirt to be tucked in over the gun and holster, leaving only the clips to show for deep concealment.

The Infidel Max Holster is an all-Kydex  IWB holster designed to be worn behind the hip at the 4 o’clock or 5 o’clock positions. With an easy-on, easy-off single clip, this holster is a favorite for users who want the ability to put on their gun or take it off as their environment changes.

The Warrior Holster is an outside-the-waistband holster that was recently tested and recommended by the National Training Officers Association (NTOA). The all-Kydex, pancake design is excellent for concealed carry or general range use.

The eV2 Holster is an appendix inside-the-waistband holster designed for concealed carry. The eV2 includes the Comp-Tac Kick, a piece designed to help press the grip of the gun into the body for better concealment. The International Holster is an all-Kydex holster with a modular mounting system that includes a belt mount, paddle mount and drop offset piece. The International has been the top holster used at the IDPA nationals for eight years in a row and is an excellent choice for those who want to participate in competitive shooting events or head to the range for some training time.


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Looks like a nice holster but how many people who gravitate towards the EZ line are going to be likely to carry IWB? I’m not saying don’t make IWB holsters for the EZ guns but seriously, look who they are marketed towards. I currently know two people with EZ .380’s. Both are women who are older than me and neither is likely to ever carry IWB. I’m in my early 60’s and I don’t carry IWB. What the EZ line from S&W really needs is OWB holsters for belts (please, all the way up to 1.75″), OWB paddle, and maybe… Read more »

Dave in Fairfax


My daiughter would wear one if she wasn’t in an area where people have a tendency to touch a lot. It’s why she goes for a shoulder holster instead. She can hug without the person feeling the pistol, whereas if they put their arm around her waist they would be able to. Her back-up is…elsewhere.