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Viridian Announces New Additions To TacLoc Holster Line

Minneapolis, MN –Viridian Green Laser Sights is proud to announce five new ECR-enabled TacLoc holsters to their already strong line of custom fit locking Kydex holsters.

TacLoc holsters are now available for the following pistols equipped with Viridian C Series products:
Kel-Tec PF9
Bersa BPCC
Taurus Railed 1911
Taurus 24/7 Gen 2 9mm Full Size

TacLoc holsters are also now available for Taurus Railed 1911’s equipped with Viridian X5L.

Just like the current lineup of TacLoc holsters (built for Glock, XD/XDm, and M&P), all new versions feature ECR (Enhanced Combat Readiness) technology. This revolutionary feature allows the gun owner to pre-set laser mode, carry in a secure TacLoc holster, and ignite the laser automatically the instant the weapon is drawn – a life-saving advantage in lethal encounters. As the gun is drawn, Viridian’s digital laser/holster system detects the pull and instantly launches the brilliant green laser and/or taclight — targeting, blinding and intimidating in one reflex-fast move.

The new holsters will be sold throughout Viridian’s distribution channels as well as directly on www.ViridianGreenLaser.com .

For more information on Viridian TacLoc holsters and C and X Series products please visit www.ViridianGreenLaser.com or call 800-990-9390.


Viridian Green Laser Sights is the nation’s fastest growing laser sight manufacturer and was the first company to offer a compact green laser sight for use on pistols. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Viridian Green Laser Sights is devoted to utilizing cutting-edge laser technology to offer compact, powerful, green lasers for the civilian, military, and law enforcement markets. Utilizing patent-pending technology, the company prides itself on offering the brightest and highest quality laser sights available. Viridian Green Laser Sights are designed and built in the USA.

For more information please call 800-990-9390 or visit: www.ViridianGreenLaser.com.


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