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TNVC/Steiner TOR-MINI IR VPC (v)2 IN-STOCK

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Redlands, CA

Introduced at SHOT Show 2020, the TNVC/Steiner TOR-MINI IR Variable Power Control IR aiming laser has quickly become one of our most popular products and they have been flying off the shelves! We’re happy to announce the release of a new (v)2 variant, NOW BACK IN-STOCK!

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 TOR-MINI 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.

Moreover, the rail clamp itself has been enlarged and simplified, making it easier to install, and two slotted screws replace the long Allen screws in the initial versions.

With an MSRP of $269 and weighing less than 2 ounces, the TOR-MINI IR was designed to offer a miniaturized, budget friendly Class I IR aiming laser to the market, and is equally at home on pistols, long guns, SMGs and PDWs, and even on thermal devices and spotting scopes! The TOR-MINI IR Variable Power Control features a “step down” feature that allows the user to easily select between 0.7, 0.4, and 0.2 mW outputs by holding down the activation paddle attenuating the aiming dot size and bloom based on range, target size, and ambient lighting conditions.

These new improved TOR-MINI IR (v)2 are now in full production and in-stock and ready to ship today. Dealer inquires are also welcome!

Order Now at:

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1 thought on “TNVC/Steiner TOR-MINI IR VPC (v)2 IN-STOCK”

  1. I assume its to prevent people getting any ideas about ripping them off but if you ever look up their address it just goes to a PO Box in Redlands. Always thought that was a little odd.

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