Tim Wegner started Blade-Tech Industries in 1995 with the idea that there was a need in the market for high quality thermoplastic knife sheaths and holsters. His dream started in his garage hand making each piece. As demand grew, Blade-Tech Industries grew. Today Tim’s vision has developed into one of the best known high quality holster manufacturers in the United States.
Tim is one of the pioneers of utilizing thermoplastic to make practical products that can be worn by law enforcement officers, military personnel and civilians alike. His hard work helped forge techniques that are now widely used across the whole holster industry.
Blade-Tech’s TEK-LOK is a field proven multi-functional quick detachable utility belt clip attachment system. It can be fastened to virtually any kind of product and is highly popular for use on holsters, magazine carriers, phone holsters, knife sheaths and many other types of accessories. It can be mounted in many configurations to suit specific carry applications using eyelets, rivets, screws or with both screws and posts. The Tek-Lok works like a door swinging closed and snapping into place for a secured carry. The Tek-Lok can be unlocked and removed via a specially designed molded pair of friction-grip press handles from its sides. It locks closed with a newly improved, permanent lock-bar design. It was designed and patented by Tim Wegner & Robert Terzuola (US Patent #6,145,169).