Arisaka Defense Light Mounts

Posted in Access, AR, weapon lights, WEAPONS on December 14th, 2014 by M M

Featured here are the Ring Light Mount and Inline Scout Light Mount from Arisaka Defense. Both are well-designed and made, offering the consumer yet another good choice when in the market for light mounts.

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ROSCH Works SLM1 Light Mount w/integrated Front Sight

Posted in AR, weapon lights, WEAPONS on September 18th, 2014 by M M

The new SLM1 Light Mount from ROSCH Works is a 1″ light mount that has an integrated front sight, allowing the user to mount a 1″ diameter body light in the 12 o’clock position. It’s an alternative to the ROSCH Works SL1 Sight Light featured above for those who want to use their own flash light.

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Noveske KeyMod Scout Light Mount

Posted in AR, weapon lights, WEAPONS on July 18th, 2014 by M M

The Noveske KeyMod Offset Scout Light Mount from Noveske Rifleworks is a very compact and light weight KeyMod-compatible mount for the SureFire Scout light series.

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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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