Steiner eOptics launches rail-mounted, pistol-aiming lasers

The TOR Mini is one of two new pistol aiming lasers designed by Steiner eOptics. (Photo: Steiner eOptics)

Steiner eOptics debuted two rail-mounted lasers — the TOR Micro and TOR Mini — created to slip inside the majority of commercially produced holsters currently available on the market.

The handgun laser aiming device is built from a rugged military grade aluminum housing. The housing and rail mount are both dust-proof and splash-proof with IP54 standards.

Both lasers are available in either red or green with the Micro and Mini boasting a direct diode style allowing them to function in extreme environments.

The lasers are packed with features including left and right fire buttons for ambidextrous operation, constant power drive to maintain consistent laser output throughout the life of the battery, low battery indication in addition to windage and elevation bore sight adjustment screws.

Both lasers mount to both Picatinny and Weaver style rails. (Photo: Steiner eOptics)

The TOR Micro and Mini utilize a universal rail mount that permits the laser devices to mount to any pistol with a Picatinny or Weaver style rail.

The TOR Micro measures 1.06-inches in height with a width of 1.02-inches and a length of 1.83-inches. The TOR Mini offers a height of 1.17-inches with a width measuring 1.26-inches and a length at 2.19-inches.

The Mini also touts adjustable laser power with several settings to include low, medium, high and high pulse.

Additionally, the Mini supplies an internal accelerometer that powers an optional Auto-On feature so the laser will automatically turn on when the pistol is drawn and brought up to level. Alternatively, the laser will automatically turn off once returned to the holster or set down. The TOR Micro is priced at $199, while the TOR Mini slips in a little higher at $299.

The TOR Micro on Beretta’s APX platform. (Photo: Steiner eOptics)

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