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Steiner Optics TOR-Mini IR VPC v(2) Weapon Mounted Laser - Black
As its name implies, the Steiner/TNVC TOR-MINI IR VPC (v)2 is small and lightweight, weighing in at only 1.6 ounces, yet built to last with a Type III hard-anodized machinedaluminum housing, dust proof and splash proof to IP54 standards, and features a Picatinny rail interface. The TOR-MINI IR VPC (v)2s small mounting footprint makes it ideal for mounting on pistols and short barreled rifles with limited rail space, and is equally at home on a .22lr varmint pistol to a large frame hog rifle, or even mounted to a thermal weapon sight to allow spotters to detect game and point it out to their hunting partners using night vision devices.
While the original TOR-MINI IR crossbolts were provided a secure user configurable mounting system, they were a little bit more difficult to install properly. The newest TORMINI IR VPC (v)2s feature an more user-friendly, improved rail mounting system. Instead of the two crossbolts on the original TOR-MINI IR, these units feature a more robust rail clamp and mounting system, including a user-configurable recoil lug that can be positioned in one of six (6) different positions, allowing the TOR-MINI IR to fit almost any rail interface as well as allowing the user to fine-tune it’s positioning on the rail.
- IR Output (Class 1): 0.7mW HIGH / 0.4mW MED / 0.2mW LOW
- Wavelength: 850 (+/-5nm)
- Max Effective Range: 250 meters (273.4 yards)
- Materials: Machined Aluminum Housing
- Finish: Type III Hardcoat Anodized Black
- Battery: CR1/3N
- Water & Dust Resistance: IP54
- Dimensions: 2.19 x 1.26 x 1.17 in
Manufacturer Steiner Optics Shipping Restriction ITAR/Export Restricted MSRP $269.00 Color Black Mil-Spec/Mil Issued Equipment Yes
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Posted by Sam | (Posted on 12/26/2020)
Snagged this to put on my Scorpion Evo.
For a pistol caliber the laser output seems fine.
Only issue I have with is so far with limited round use is the adjustments didn't feel super crisp when zeroing but that seems pretty inconsequential.
I think for the price it will be hard to beat.
No input on duty use or how much of a beating it can take.
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