First Look: Viridian E-Series Green Laser Sights For The Taurus GX4XL Pistol

More accessory options for your new Taurus.

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posted on September 20, 2022
Taurus GX4XL laser sight

Viridian Weapon Technologies has begun shipping their E-Series Green Laser Sights that are fully compatible with the Taurus GX4XL, the second iteration of the Taurus GX4 family of pistols.

Viridian Weapon Technologies E-Series Laser Sights are a mainstay among the American shooting and defensive minded public and are a popular accessory for concealed carry and home defense. The E-Series Laser Sight is designed to mount to the trigger guard of your handgun, which not only minimizes its footprint but also means that your handgun does not need to have any built-in rails in order to use the sight, a convenient feature if you carry a subcompact handgun. Moreover, attaching the device to your handgun’s trigger guard is also simple and straightforward: you simply unscrew the device into its separate halves, then line those up with your trigger guard, snap them into place, and fasten those screws back together. Adjusting the windage and elevation on the E-Series Laser Sight is also easy to accomplish.

Viridian Weapon Technologies ships the E-Series Laser Sights with the most powerful laser allowed by law. It features a constant run time of up to 60 minutes but also has a 5-minute automatic shut-off feature. The controls that actuate the device are also ambidextrous and the unit is encapsulated by high-strength, thermomolded polymer made to withstand the rigors of shooting and everyday carry. The green laser is visible up to 100 yards during daytime and up to two miles at nighttime.

The E-Series Laser Sight retails for $132. In addition to this latest release with green lasers for Taurus GX4XL handguns, Viridian Weapon Technologies offers an extensive lineup for many other popular handguns with the option for both a red or green laser. To find a unit compatible with your handgun and to learn more about the E-Series Laser Sight, please visit viridianweapontech.com.

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