Viridian’s new TacLoc Laser-Ready Autolocking Holster offers a Kydex construction with a custom Viridian-matched fit for smoother holstering and faster draw. Optimum button pressure provides positive retention for extreme draw speed, while the TacLoc button places the finger in the ideal position to activate laser/light. Their new Leather Laser-Ready holster features an inside-the-waistband design that’s custom-matched to Viridian-equipped pistols. The reinforced mouth gives a smooth return with the unmatched comfort and durability of premium center-cut steerhide. For more information, visit viridiangreenlaser.com or call 800-990-9390.
LASERLYTE SUBCOMPACT V3
LaserLyte is now offering their smallest and most versatile rail-mounted laser to date—the LaserLyte Subcompact V3 laser. Half the size of the previous model, the Subcompact V3 needs less than ¾-inch of Picatinny rail space to easily mount onto even the smallest firearms. Constructed of T6 aluminum for extra strength and durability, this updated unit easily mounts with a hex drive crossbar screw and features windage adjustment, elevation adjustment and programmable constant on and pulse modes. Additionally, the unit is ideal for left- and right-handed shooters, with two separate activation buttons located on the backside of the laser. For additional information about LaserLyte call 928-649-3201 or visit laserlyte.com.
BLUE STONE SAFETY HOLSTER
The newest addition to Blue Stone Safety products lineup, the Special Ops Belt Clip Holster is now available for the Ruger LCP and similarly sized weapons. Comfortably holding your weapon inside the pants, this belt clip holster features a rugged 1000 Denier Cordura outer shell and a heavy-duty, tempered spring belt clip. The Special Ops Belt Clip Holster is available for most mid- to full-sized semi-automatics and also features a slot to carry one extra magazine. It is available for both right-handed and left-handed shooters. For more information, visit blustonesafety.com or call 773-776-9472.
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