First Look: Viridian E-Series Laser Sight for Taurus TX22

posted on October 14, 2020

Viridian Weapon Technologies is now producing their E-Series Laser Sight for the Taurus TX22 pistol. The new red laser sight will add versatility and speed to the TX22, Taurus’s popular semi-automatic rimfire pistol. 

“Taurus makes exceptional firearms,” said Viridian President and CEO Brian Hedeen. “We are proud to work with Taurus’s product development team to offer Taurus customers lasers tailormade for their guns. With its performance trigger and exceptional ergonomics, the TX22 offers shooters a tremendous amount of potential, and this new laser will add even more to the platform.”

With the new E Series laser for the Taurus TX22, Viridian is taking their expertise and knowledge as a leading provider of firearms-mounted laser sights and producing an effective sighting system for an easy-to-shoot, popular .22 LR pistol. The Taurus TX22 E-Series Laser Sight adds a new dimension to the popular plinking platform and adds increased functionality for those who want to train with a semiautomatic pistol, without the increased expense of centerfire ammunition.

The Viridian E Series laser sight is a trigger-guard-mounted, laser sight that offers the most powerful red laser legally available, delivering rapid target acquisition when you need it most. The sight has an ambidextrous on/off button that is readily accessible with the trigger finger. Each laser has a 5-minute auto shut-off to help preserve battery life.

E Series Laser Sight Features

  • Easy installation onto the trigger guard of your pistol
  • Ambidextrous on/off button with 5 min auto shut-off
  • 25 yard range in daylight and 1 mile at night
  • Constant laser with 6+ hours battery life
  • Easy windage and elevation adjustment


MSRP for the Viridian E Series laser for the Taurus TX22 pistol is $132. For information on this sight and other products from Viridian, please visit


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