Viridian Introduces CTL Series Taclight

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posted on May 2, 2012
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The new CTL (C series TacLight) from Viridian Green Lasers is designed to tuck neatly between trigger guard and muzzle of any railed handgun, including subcompacts, with no overhang. Now even tiny concealed-carry pistols can carry massive illuminating power: 100 lumens of brilliant white light and 140 lumens of eye-dazzling strobe, packed into a sleek, miniature body that fits virtually anywhere.

Along with compact size, the new CTL is as tough and versatile as any Viridian C Series product, with the same aircraft grade hard-anodized aluminum construction, multi-programmable light and strobe, floodlight type close-quarter combat lens, and exclusive ECR (Enhanced Combat Readiness) function that works with TacLoc holsters to ignite the high-output LED at the instant of draw.

With the new CTL, shooters can add powerful dark-clearing illumination to their weapon of choice, with no concern for added bulk, poor fit or inadequate performance. If other Viridian products are any guide, the tiny, potent CTL tactical light will exceed all expectations.

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