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The following is a press release from Viridian Green Laser Sights

Considering recent events across the country, Viridian® announced today it will step-up efforts to drive additional product innovation to further protect law enforcement professionals and civilians alike.

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“Viridian already offers more green-laser trigger guard products than anyone else in the industry.” said company President/CEO Brian Hedeen. “In the wake of recent tragedies across the nation, the Viridian R&D team is stepping up development to add even more laser-sight options to our product assortment. We like to think of it as the green line supporting the blue line.”

Rich Nance, police officer and tactical trainer with Wortac CQC said, “In situations when 1/100th of a second matters, even the most highly trained shooter needs to seize every potential advantage. A Viridian-equipped weapon with ECR® INSTANT-ON™ technology maximizes my reaction time when it counts most.”

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Today Viridian offers more than 50 various green laser, red laser and tactical lighting solutions; including its proprietary ECR® INSTANT-ON™ technology that automatically ignites the laser and/or taclight the moment a gun is drawn from the holster.

About Viridian Green Laser Sights

Viridian® is the fastest growing laser sight manufacturer in the nation, responsible for a number of industry-leading product innovations in green and red laser sights, taclights, ECR® Instant-On™ technology, TacLoc® holsters, and shooting accessories. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Viridian is devoted to utilizing cutting-edge technology to offer compact, powerful self-defense products for the civilian, military, and law enforcement markets. Viridian products are designed and built in the USA.


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