ROSCH Works SL1 SureFire Tail cap Adapter

Posted in AR, weapon lights, WEAPONS on February 5th, 2014 by M M

ROSCH Works now offers a SureFire Tailcap Adapter for their SL1 Sight Light, which adapts any SureFire E-series or Scout tail cap to the SL1. Instead of coming up with a proprietary tape switch/cap, ROSCH Works smartly decided to make an adapter to utilize the popular SureFire E-series compatible tail caps, which includes the Scout Light.

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ROSCH Works SL1 Sight Light

Posted in AR, Optics, weapon lights, WEAPONS on October 28th, 2013 by M M

The new SL1 Sight Light from ROSCH Works combines a compact weapon light with a front sight, allowing the user to have his cake and eat it too. It’s a solution many shooters have mentioned they’d like to have, but until now no one has offered it.

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INFORCE APL (Auto Pistol Light)

Posted in weapon lights, WEAPONS on February 28th, 2013 by M M

The new APL LED Auto Pistol Light from INFORCE is a 200-lumen weapon light with an integrated rail mounting system and innovative bilateral ambidextrous paddle switch. The APL produces a tight beam suitable for close to mid range applications and a spill beam for discernment of the surrounding area.

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Mossie Tactics MT 2400TRN Light Mount

Posted in Access, AR, weapon lights, WEAPONS on June 15th, 2012 by M M

The MT 2400TRN designed by Mossie Tactics and manufactured by Battle Comp Enterprises is a mount that is designed to place a weapon light at the 12 o’clock position for ambidextrous and wireless use on a rail with Troy front sight. The TRN is currently compatible only with the Troy rail-mounted front sight.

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HSP/IWC Adaptive Light Mounts

Posted in weapon lights, WEAPONS on February 10th, 2012 by M M

The Thorntail and Dropwing Adaptive Light Mounts are designed to mount a weapons light as close to the weapon as possible while maintaining ergonomic operation of the light, especially with short rails/handguards where the light cannot be positioned forward enough. Haley Strategic Partners teamed up with Impact Weapons Components to produce the mounts.

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INFORCE Weapon Mounted Light

Posted in AR, weapon lights, WEAPONS on October 23rd, 2011 by M M

The WML (Weapon Mounted Light) from INFORCE is a dedicated weapon light that provides white and IR (Infrared) illumination without the use of filters, variable output, an integrated mount and ergonomically angled activation button.

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Badger Ordnance M7 Scout Light Mount

Posted in AR, weapon lights, WEAPONS on August 3rd, 2011 by M M

The M7 Flashlight Mount from Badger Ordnance is an offset scout mount that also incorporates a mounting point for a QD push button sling swivel. It’s well made and designed, which is what we’ve come to expect from Badger Ordnance.

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LaRue Tactical LT-171 Upgrade Mount

Posted in AR, weapon lights, WEAPONS on June 3rd, 2011 by M M

The LaRue Tactical LT-171 is an upgrade to the A.R.M.S. #17S Short Single Throw Lever mount, by providing an adjustable lever which the A.R.M.S. product does not.

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LaRue Tactical LT752 Scout Offset Mount

Posted in weapon lights, WEAPONS on April 10th, 2011 by M M

If you’ve been waiting for an offset mount for the SureFire Scout light with quick-detach capability for what seems like years (like I have), the LT752 SureFire Scout Offset Mount from LaRue Tactical has finally been released.

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Gear Sector SF Scout Light Mount

Posted in AR, Long Guns, weapon lights, WEAPONS on November 18th, 2010 by M M

The SureFire Scout Mounts from Gear Sector are offset light mounts designed specifically for the popular SureFire Scout series of weapon lights, enabling the user to install them in one of eight different positions on a rail for optimal positioning. This allows the user to better tailor their setup to suit their individual shooting style.

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