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Posted on: November 8, 2018

[ARCHIVED] High Threat Concealment Opens on McLaws Circle

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High Threat Concealment (HTC) is now open at their new location at 309 McLaws Circle, Suite K in the Busch Corporate Center. High Threat Concealment is a veteran-owned solutions provider who specializes in the design and development of concealable equipment for armed professionals and shooting sports enthusiasts. From everyday concealment to use in austere environments, HTC provides scalable accessories to keep critical equipment at arm’s length all the time.

Necessity is the mother of all innovation, which remains the driving force behind the creation of all product lines from HTC. What started as a quick solution to increased restrictions for protective security operations has quickly evolved into some of the most cutting-edge, low-profile tactical equipment on the market.

Since the beginning, HTC takes what end users tell them and incorporate the feedback, always striving to be better. “Tactical Gear Evolved” is a tagline that HTC adopted from their flagship product, the Low-Profile System and HTC operates under that saying. Built modular and minimal, its design allows operators the unique ability to tailor the equipment to specific mission requirements while reducing their tactical appearance. HTC developed the EVO and Spektre lines for those who never leave the house without their gear.

HTC uses the latest technology in tools, equipment, CNC machines and vacuum forming to ensure that whether your order two of the same holster or 200 of the same holster, each one is identical in fit, function and performance. Each holster is identical and HTC’s single biggest secret since 2013 has been their use of 3D printing technology. During the proverbial “explosion” of thermoplastic holsters, customer satisfaction and quality remained atop their priority list.

The company was founded in 2011 and was previously located in Newport News.

HTC will be hosting an open house with its industry partners at its new location on Friday, Nov. 9 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. More information is available online.

For more information, please visit the High Threat Concealment website or Facebook page.

Media Contact:
Amy Jordan, Director of Economic Development

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