Viridian Weapon Technologies has begun shipping the first Viridian Grip Laser for the new Springfield Armory 911 .380 pistol.

The laser sight is sold with select models of the Springfield Armory 911 and comes pre-installed on the gun. Available in green or red laser options, the Viridian Grip Laser can also be purchased separately as an add-on accessory for the Springfield Armory 911.

“We’re extremely proud of our partnership with Springfield, and we look forward to getting this unique sighting solution into the hands of customers,” said Viridian President and CEO Brian Hedeen. “We believe that law-abiding citizens everywhere should have access to the best tools, technologies and resources to effectively protect themselves and those around them. By developing the Viridian Grip Laser, we’re giving customers an added level of reliability and life-saving power.”

The Viridian Grip Laser’s simple, intuitive design activates automatically when the user grips the handgun. Delivering rapid target acquisition when it’s needed most, the laser sight features a highly visible green or red laser, enhanced texturing and convenient constant-on and pulse modes. Like all Viridian laser sights, the Grip Laser includes an industry-best seven-year limited warranty.

Designed for everyday carry, the Springfield Armory 911 is compact, lightweight and measures 5.5 inches long and less than 4 inches high. Its snag-free profile is virtually undetectable under clothing, making it the perfect concealment pistol or backup gun. Featuring an ambidextrous safety, the 911 is crafted with 7075 T6 anodized hard-coat aluminum, the same material used in combat-ready firearms. It is also available with a brushed-satin, matte-finish stainless steel or black Nitride slide.

Information about Viridian Grip Lasers is available at Springfield-Armory.com/911-Series/. Additional details about Viridian’s full lineup of weapon-mounted accessories can be found at ViridianWeaponTech.com.

 

 


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