People took notice when Mossberg introduced the MC1sc, especially since this is the company’s first handgun in 100 years. However, subcompact pistols can be difficult to aim. So, it makes sense that Mossberg talked to Viridian about bringing out a laser sight for shooters. In fact, the Viridian E Series Laser Sight is even available as a MC1sc model.
“We’ve been working closely with the team at Mossberg to develop a proper sighting solution for the new MC1sc sub compact,” said Viridian President and CEO Brian Hedeen. “The new E Series red laser is customized to fit the MC1sc perfectly, ensuring that the addition of this accessory does not interfere with concealability. Instead, adding our E Series laser to the MC1sc allows users to optimize rapid target acquisition in personal defense scenarios.”
Viridian designed the E Series for the needs of concealed carriers, who rely on their pistols to themselves safe. In addition to being light and compact, this unit provides fast target acquisition in all self-defense situations.
The Viridian E Series Laser Sight is easy to install. Additionally, the unit features an ambidextrous on/off button, and easy windage and elevation adjustment. It also features six hours of battery life, but the unit automatically turns off after five minutes to save battery life. And, of course, the unit kicks out a powerful red laser than can be seen up to 25 yards in daylight and 1 mile at night.
The E Series is also available as an accessory for a variety of other pistols. All of them also feature Viridian’s quality and seven-year warranty.
Viridian E Series Laser Sight for Mossberg MC1sc
- Materiel: High Strength Thermo Molded Polymer
- Sighting: Adjustable windage/elevation
- Mounting: Trigger guard
- Laser Color: Red
- Battery: 1/3n
- Battery Life: 6 hours
- Range: Up to 25 yards daylight/1 mile night
- Warranty: 7 years
- MSRP: $132
For more information about the Viridian E Series Laser for the Mossberg MC1sc, please visit viridianweapontech.com.
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