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- Mounting hardware for MIL-STD-1913 and M-LOK rails is included
- The Scout Light Pro for any threat level; 1,000 lumens of tactical lighting power
- New Low-Profile Mount allows optimum light positioning; ideal for use with other rail-mounted accessories
- Virtually indestructible ultra-high-output LED generates 1,000 lumens of blinding light; produces tactical-level light for 1.25 hours on two 123A batteries
- Versatile Low-Profile Mount (LPM) allows the user to optimize the light’s position relative to the rail
- TIR lens shapes versatile beam with enough reach and surround light for indoor/CQB and outdoor/medium-to-long-range operations
- Mil-Spec hard-anodized aluminum body and tempered window make it light rugged, durable and combat ready
- Activation via Z68 momentary/constant-on push-button switching with protective shroud
- M-LOK® mount included
Adapt And Overcome. With its recoil-proof, ultra-high-output LED delivering 1000 lumens of blinding white light, the Scout Light Pro is ready for action. Its proprietary TIR lens shapes the light into a far-reaching beam with ample surround light for exceptional peripheral vision, making it ideal for medium to longer-range applications. SureFire’s new Low-Profile Mount (LPM) delivers unprecedented versatility, allowing the user to optimize the light’s position relative to the rail. The LPM easily and securely attaches to any MIL-STD-1913 or M-LOK rail. The light is easily activated by either clicking its push-button tailcap switch or by pressing the pressure-activated tape switch on select models. Rugged and reliable, the Scout Light Pro is constructed of lightweight aerospace aluminum with Mil-Spec Hard Anodized finish, and O-ring sealed to keep out the elements. It is built to endure in combat without any sacrifice in weapon maneuverability.
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