MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. –– Viridian Weapon Technologies showcased several new laser sights during the 2018 NSSF SHOT Show® January 23-26. New products were available at the Viridian booth and were also on display at a number of firearm manufacturers’ booths during the trade event.
The Viridian Grip Laser, available exclusively on the Springfield 911, made its debut at the Springfield Armory® booth along with firearm-specific laser sights for the newly released XD-E™ and XD-S®Mod.2. Other Viridian products were seen at leading firearm manufacturer booths, with inline items featured at:
Taurus™ – Curve® with INSTANT-ON® technology.
Ruger® – LCP® and LCP II with E Series™ laser.
Walther® – CCP® with E Series laser.
“It’s always a pleasure to collaborate with leading manufacturers, and at this year’s SHOT Show, industry professionals experienced these partnerships firsthand,” said Viridian President and CEO Brian Hedeen. “New Viridian lasers were visible across the show floor, including the Springfield Armory booth where attendees had the opportunity to see and handle our grip laser on the new Springfield 911 pistol. Not only is it an exciting technology for customers, but it’s the first-ever grip laser coming out of Viridian.”
911 Grip Laser
The Viridian Grip Laser was introduced in January 2018 and is an exclusive upgrade for the new Springfield Armory 911 .380 ACP pistol. Sold with select models of the Springfield Armory 911 (part numbers PG9109VG and PG9109SVG), the grip laser comes pre-installed on the gun. The green laser is available for purchase now, and the red laser is also available at select retailers.
To learn more about Viridian weapon-mounted technologies for popular gun models, please visit ViridianWeaponTech.com.
About Viridian Weapon Technologies
Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Viridian Weapon Technologies is devoted to applying cutting-edge technology to design compact, powerful self-defense products for the civilian, military and law enforcement markets. Viridian is the leader in weapon-mounted technology and responsible for a number of firearm innovations including green and red laser sights, LED weapon-mounted illuminators and several shooting accessories including the