New Pistol-Aiming Laser From Steiner

New Pistol-Aiming Laser From Steiner
The TOR Micro Laser

Steiner Optics now offers two new pistol-aiming lasers-  the TOR Micro and TOR Mini. These rail-mounted lasers specifically designed for pistols and small enough to fit inside the majority of all commercially produced holsters on the market.

The TOR Micro Laser mounted.

Both the TOR Mini and TOR Micro feature rugged construction with a Mil-Grade aluminum housing and rail mount, are dustproof and splash-proof to IP54 standards and are available in red (635 nm) and green (520 nm) lasers. Both the green and red lasers are direct diode type allowing them to operate in extreme cold weather. Other features include left and right fire buttons for ambidextrous use, constant power drive that ensures the laser output remains constant throughout the life of the battery, low battery indication, as well as windage and elevation bore sight adjustment screws.

The TOR Mini Laser

The universal rail mount on the TOR Micro and TOR Mini will fit all pistols that have a Picatinny or Weaver style rail forward of the trigger guard. This design of the TOR Mini and TOR Micro allows optimum positioning of the laser so that the fire buttons are easily accessible for a wide range of users.

The TOR Mini Laser mounted.

The TOR Mini features adjustable laser power with multiple settings (low, medium, high and high pulse) which are easily set by the user. The TOR Mini will also remember the chosen setting until it is reset, even if the battery is removed or replaced. The TOR Mini also has an internal accelerometer that senses the position of the pistol and when the optional Auto-On feature is activated, the laser will turn on when the pistol is drawn from a holster and brought up level. This feature will also work when the pistol is picked up from lying on its side. The laser will automatically turn itself off when the pistol is holstered or set down.


TOR Micro Specifications:
Laser Power: 1.2 mW
Battery: (6) AG4 silver oxide
Height: 1.06 in.
Width: 1.02 in.
Length: 1.83 in.
MSRP: $199
TOR Mini Specifications:
Laser Power: 5.0 mW
Battery: (6) AG4 silver oxide
Height: 1.17 in.
Width: 1.26 in.
Length: 2.19 in.
MSRP: $299
For more information, visit www.steiner-optics.com
 

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