Viridian has introduced its Reactor 5 Red Laser to provide a less-expensive, self-defense, laser-sight option.
Two of Ruger’s most popular pistols-the LCP and the LC9-are now available with factory-installed Viridian lasers or lights.
Weaponlights and lasers are part of Streamlight’s lineup now, and I’ve been very pleased with the performance of my TLR-1.
The latest LaserMax CenterFire laser is designed to fit the P, PM, CM and CW series of Kahr subcompact pistols.
The LaserLyte Bore Sight makes sighting-in faster and much easier.
Though there is no substitute for live fire training, the Reaction Tyme is pretty close.
LaserLyte now offers two new patterning sights and an interesting sight option for the NAA Black Widow.
Green lasers have staked out a respectable position in the market over the last few years, enough so that even Crimson Trace—which, not surprisingly, has traditionally been a red laser company—took notice.
The Crimson Trace Midnight 3-gun Invitational was held at night with lights and lasers.
Crimson Trace is introducing five new Lasergrips featuring green laser diodes.