Springfield Armory’s expansive line of Hellcat models has a new bundle option. This Sportsman’s Warehouse exclusive Hellcat Pro model adds several accessories from Viridian. One unique new item in that bundle is the Viridian CTL light, which has not been seen previously.
Springfield Armory @ TFB:
There are at least three models of Hellcat available with this bundle:
The threaded barrel versions have standard 1/2×28 threads. All three models retail for $949.99 and they are in stock on the Sportsman’s Warehouse website as of writing.
Viridian’s CTL light puts out 525 lumens and 17,000 candela. It has up to 60 minutes of runtime and uses the SAFECharge system, which allows recharging with a magnetic connection. Also from Viridian is the RFX11 green dot sight. It weighs under 4 ounces and fits a standard RMSc footprint. The batteries are rated to last 30,000 hours on the middle setting.
From the manufacturer:
Designed around a flush fitting 15-round magazine the Threaded Hellcat® Pro with bundled Viridian® RFX11 green dot and CTL light offers all the advantages of an optic-equipped handgun. Offering the perfect balance between concealability and capacity, the pistol is chambered in 9mm and includes one 15-round magazine and one 17-round magazine giving shooters the ability to carry in their preferred configuration. The 4.4″ hammer-forged barrel features 1/2×28 threading, allowing users to attach various muzzle devices. Shipping with a Viridian CTL pistol mounted light and RFX11 green dot sight, this pistol delivers fast and intuitive target acquisition with the ability to effectively illuminate the target.
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