Viridian E-Series Green Laser Debuts Variant for Ruger-57 Pistol


Last year, the launch of the Ruger-57 drew big headlines, and with good reason. It marked an interesting new pistol chambering the high-performance, low-recoiling 5.7x28mm. And this one brought 20+1 rounds at the ready, making it an immediate head turner. Now the Viridian E-Series Green Laser helps shooters put all those rounds on target.

Viridian E-Series Green Laser for Ruger-57

“Viridian led the way with the development of practical, functional green lasers,” said Viridian President and CEO Brian Hedeen. “They’re ideal for fast target acquisition, even in full sun. And they are a solid addition to a fast pistol like the Ruger-57. More people are carrying these for self-defense, and Ruger has built an incredibly ergonomic platform. We’re pleased to have the opportunity to work with them on a purpose-built laser that enhances the 57’s functionality.”

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The E-Series Green Laser performs up to 50 times brighter than red lasers, according to Viridian. It comes with both windage and elevation adjustment. And it remains visible out to 100 yards in daylight, or more than two miles in darkness.

The E-Series Green Laser mounts to the trigger guard. It features an ambidextrous on/off button with a five-minute shutoff.

The E-Series Green Laser, for the Ruger-57, retails for $149. For even more info, please visit

E-Series Green Laser Features

Series E Series
Activation On/Off Only
Adjustable Windage/Elevation
Batt. Life (constant) 6 Hours
Color Black
Holster Included No
Laser Color Green
Material High Strength Thermo Molded Polymer
Mounting Trigger Guard
Range Up to 25 yards daylight / 1 mile night
Strobing Effect No
Warranty Length 7 years
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