Viridian E-Series Red Laser Sight for Ruger Security 9 Compact

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posted on April 26, 2019
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Viridian Weapon Technologies has upgraded their E-Series red laser sight for the new Ruger Security 9 Compact in 9 mm Luger. Based off the sight for the standard Ruger Security 9, Viridian made an inline change to the E-Series which will allow it to fit both the compact and full-size models. E-Series models that will fit both pistols include serial numbers E138535 or higher.  

“We’re thrilled to give Ruger customers a powerful sighting solution for the Security-9 Compact,” said Viridian president and CEO Brian Hedeen. He continued: “We worked alongside Ruger’s product development team in advance to make adjustments to our existing E Series model to guarantee that customers would be able to purchase a reliable red laser sight for the new pistol right away."

The E-Series for the Ruger Security 9 Compact retails for $132. For more information, check out viridianweapontech.com

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