Yeti Tac sprang from an interest in building gear that the owners would like to use. Innovative products that were not readily available in the market
Color selection begins the Yeti Tac build process. Here Mrs Defcon has chosen a demur purple and green combination for her new 1911
The sheets of magic polymer compounds are heated in what I would describe as a super fast waffle maker
Next the hot polymer stuff that was heated in the waffle iron is formed to the pistol or proper mold. Using the suckomatic 4000
Initial fit is checked by the head Yeti for tolerence
Lines and angles are marked on the components to guide the technician as they cut the holster to specs.
The units are trimmed to proper size prior to final assembly
Holes are aligned and spaced to tie the shells together
Rough edges are smoothed out to make sure the holster is snag free
The mounting hardware is secured to the shell and torqued to spec.
The holster receives final inspection and cleaning of any assembly residue
The firearm when applicable is mounted in the finished holster and checked for fit and retention. It is now ready to show off at your favorite range or creek bank.