Viridian Reactor 5 Green Laser Now Shipping for Kahr 9 & 40 Pistols

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posted on August 21, 2014
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Viridian continues to lead in green laser technology with the introduction of the first and only green laser sight for Kahr 9mm and .40 S&W polymer framed pistols. Packing the exclusive Viridian Green 532 nm laser, the breakthrough Reactor 5 (R5) is up to 50 times brighter than conventional red – visible day or night, indoors or out,in all conditions, at distances no red laser can touch.

With its pistol-matched design, ECR Instant-On activation, two-color battery level indicator, and included holster, the R5 represents a complete carry package. It maximizes the function of the pistol with virtually no added bulk or weight.

This is the first Reactor to come with Viridian's new ECR Instant-Onhybrid holster. It's the best of both worlds – strong glass-reinforced nylon shell and comfortable leather combine to make this an exceptional outside-the-waistband belt holster.

ECR (Enhanced Combat Readiness) Instant-On feature shuts the laser off while holstered and ignitesthe laser immediately when drawn, without fumbling with buttons, sliders or unfamiliar grips.

This green laser and holster combination fits all Kahr 9mm and .40 S&W polymer framed pistols (series: P, TP, PM, CW, CM, & CT). The MSRP of $239 offers a tremendous value.

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