Viridian Releases First Pocket Pistol Taclight

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posted on June 21, 2013
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6/21/13

Viridian has introduced the world's first tactical light for pocket pistols. The new Viridian Reactor TL tactical light features advanced Radiance illumination, a powerful 140 lumen light and an Enhanced Combat Readiness (ECR) feature for instant activation.

The Reactor TL's Radiance technology illuminates more than twice the horizontal area of standard taillights. High-output constant and strobe functions have up to 140 lumens. The ECR feature activates the light upon drawing, allowing quick target acquisition without altering your grip. The Reactor TL includes extended-life power cells for constant readiness, 40 minutes of operating time (strobe light function) and a 3-level state of charge display. A Viridian ECR equipped holster comes with every Reactor TL.

Reactor TL models for the Ruger LCP are now available at gun dealers and sporting goods shops across the country. Units for other pistols, like the Ruger LC9 and Smith & Wesson M&P Shield, will be shipping this summer.

For more information, visit ViridianGreenLaser.com.

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