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Viridian launches laser/light accessories for Glock 19X

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The 19X is the latest pistol to get the Viridian laser/light treatment. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

Glock 19X laser/light accessories have officially made their way to Viridian Weapons Technologies, with Viridian adding Glock 19X compatibility to several popular models.

Viridian said the Glock 19X boasts compatibility with the E-Series, C-Series, X-Series and Reactor accessory lines. The lasers/lights mount easily to the pistol platform, with no special gun modifications required.

Each series has its own flavor and style, aiming to tackle various segments of the industry. The E-Series was designed for conceal carry owners looking for a red laser option to mount on carry guns, while the C-Series touts a compact laser/light combo in red and green laser options with Instant-On technology.

Viridian offers a variety of lasers in both red and green. (Photo: Viridian)

Viridian offers a variety of lasers in both red and green. (Photo: Viridian)

The X-Series is engineered to pair with full size handguns, offering a green laser for daytime shooting and a taclight for nighttime shooting. The Reactor model finishes up the Glock 19X lineup with a “piercing green laser,” R5-R red laser and taclight. Each Reactor is accompanied by a microfiber IWB holster equipped with Instant-On technology.

Launched in January 2018, the Glock 19X fits a full-sized G17 frame with a compact G19 slide and tops off the design with Gen 5 accoutrements. Sporting a factory Coyote color scheme, the pistol touts the latest Gen 5 features such as ambidextrous slide stops, Glock Marksmanship Barrel, dehorned nose profile and flared mag well.



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