Taurus Spectrum .380 Auto Pistol Now Available with Viridian Laser

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posted on August 2, 2018
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The recently released Taurus Spectrum .380 Auto Pistol is now offered with a model-specific Viridian E Series laser.

Developed specifically for the concealed carry, the trigger guard-mounted laser sight offers the maximum intensity allowed from a red laser sight, and is visible out to 25 yards in daylight and up to one mile at night. The sight features a fast-operation on/off switch, up to six hours of constant battery life, and the model-specific design blends smoothly with the Spectrum's profile for a trim look and snag-free draw.

"Taurus continues to put out unique, make-sense firearms," said Viridian Weapon Technologies President and CEO Brian Hedeen. "The American-made Spectrum is an exciting product and we're happy to have several laser sights for those who purchase this ideal concealed carry option."

In addition to the E Series, Viridian Reactor Green and Red Gen 2 lasers also fit the Spectrum. The Reactors were specifically designed for pocket pistols.

The new Taurus SPECTRUM .380 Auto represents a significant leap forward in micro semi-auto handgun design and performance. The ergonomic soft-touch overmold panels incorporated into the grip and slide not only provide maximum firearm retention and positive operation under stressful conditions, the broad palette of color options allow buyers to add a custom flare to their handgun.

The striker-fire, true double-action-only Spectrum .380 Auto (black polymer frame and black stainless-steel slide) featuring the Viridian E-Series laser is now available at local retailers with an MSRP of $359.

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