Viridian’s entire product line consists of green lasers. The C5 model is the only green laser for subcompact pistols. It uses a single 123A lithium battery and retails for $269. The C5L is hardly any bigger than the micro-sized C5, yet it contains a 100 lumen white light LED and costs $339. The X5L is a white light/green laser handgun light that attaches to a dustcover rail. The LED white light produces 154 lumens and also features a strobe mode.
The UTG model is a rail-mounted green laser with a price of $89.
The $1,771 EOLAD model is a combination of an EoTech holographic sight with a Laser Devices green laser. A momentary pressure switch is included. The AR2A model is a laser module that attaches to the front sight post of an AR-type rifle. It carries a price tag of $893. The ITAL-A model is a green laser module that attaches to an M1913 rail fore-end and retails for $1,212. Laser Devices offers numerous models such as the DBAL and OTAL that include either high-output green lasers or infrared lasers, whose legal restrictions prevent their sale to civilians.
The Uni-Max Green model is an extremely thin, lightweight laser module that attaches to an M1913 rail slot on a handgun or rifle with its own rail slot to subsequently attach a white light, if desired. The price is $289. The Genesis model is a rechargeable module designed for handguns (attaching to a dustcover rail) with a price of $259.
The K15 green laser module fits a tactical carbine’s M1913 fore-end and comes with a momentary pressure switch. The price is $249.
The Fire Field XY Hand Adjustable Green Laser Sight is a green laser module that attaches to an M1913 rail fore-end and comes with a momentary pressure switch. The price is $99.
The MVF-515 Green is a green laser/white light vertical grip that attaches to a rifle’s M1913 rail fore-end. The white LED light produces 200 lumens and both it and the laser can be intuitively activated by ambidextrous pressure switches. There’s a master disable switch to prevent accidental activation. The price is $649.
The TGL model is a green laser without a mount that can be attached to an M1913 rail with a Command Arms mount. It comes with a momentary pressure switch with a price of $149.
The LLGCP model is a green laser/white light combo made for varmint rifles. It mounts onto the tube of a riflescope and includes a momentary pressure switch. The suggested retail price is $145. The STSLLGCP model is the same product but includes a mount to secure the laser/light combo to an M1913 rail. It is also $145.
The GB 880S is a green laser/white light combo for a handgun with a 150 lumen LED white light, an ambidextrous on/off switch, and 2.5 hours of flashlight runtime. The suggested retail price is $495. The GB 8300S is a green laser module that attaches to either a handgun or rifle M1913 rail. Its price is $300.
The GLX compact handgun laser attaches to a dustcover rail and runs on a single 123A lithium battery. A similar model is made to attach to an M1913 rail fore-end of a tactical rifle. Prices are slightly more than $200.