Ruger recently added the Viridian E Series red laser sight to its Security-9 Compact 9mm pistol. The partnership with Viridian Weapon Technologies gives Ruger customers a laser sight option designed specifically for the Ruger Security-9 and Security-9 Compact.
“Concealed carriers will be excited to hear that this popular defensive combo is available and in stores,” said Viridian President and CEO Brian Hedeen. “Viridian worked alongside Ruger’s product development team to make sure customers would be able to purchase a reliable red laser sight for the new pistol right away, and now customers can have the convenience of buying a pre-installed E Series and pistol package right off the shelf. Our E Series red laser makes it the ultimate concealment setup—with the best performance at the best value.”
Viridian E Series
The Viridian E Series laser sight works well for concealed carry users. It brings a powerful red laser sight and delivers rapid target acquisition. The trigger-guard-mounted E Series red laser attaches seamlessly to the Rugers. This allows users to optimize fast target acquisition for personal defense, according to Viridian.
Ruger Security-9 Compact
The Ruger Security-9 Compact features rugged construction with blued, through-hardened alloy steel slide and barrel. It also includes a high-performance, glass-filled nylon grip frame. Chambered in 9mm Luger, the new pistol delivers comfortable concealment and safety features. Those include an integrated trigger safety, external manual safety, neutrally balanced sear and hammer catch.
For Ruger customers seeking even more sighting solutions, the universal C Series and X Series laser/light combos offer an easy upgrade to both the Security-9 and Security-9 Compact. Featuring the brightest green and red lasers, brilliant taclights, INSTANT-ON activation and multiple modes of operation, the C Series and X Series offer everything needed to dominate the day or night.
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