Ruger LCP & LC9 with Factory-Installed Viridian Laser or Light

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posted on December 11, 2013
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Ruger has introduced two of its most popular pistols with factory-equipped Viridian lasers or lights.

The LCP or LC9 can now be had with either the Reactor green laser sight or the Reactor tactical light through TALO distributors.

Fans of green lasers understand the advantage of a beam that is up to 50 times brighter than conventional red lasers for around-the-clock, all-conditions targeting.

If a taclight-equipped pistol is preferred, the LCP or LC9 is fitted with the Reactor RTL. It illuminates over twice the horizontal area of standard taclights, because of its exclusive wide-beam Radiance lighting technology that puts the beam where it’s needed most.

“These Rugers have been two of the most popular handguns in the country for several years,” said Viridian President Brian Hedeen. “We are extremely excited to partner with Ruger to introduce the Reactor to more consumers across the country.”

Every LCP and LC9 fitted with a Reactor green laser or taclight comes with a pocket holster that is equipped with the ECR Instant-On technology. ECR Instant-On shuts the laser/light off while holstered. The laser/light instantly ignites the moment the gun is drawn. ECR eliminates fumbling with buttons, unfamiliar grips, and the delay and confusion that can arise in lethal encounters.

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