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Mossie Tactics MT2400FSB

Mossie Tactics has designed a new 12 o’clock light position weaponlight mount that was recently covered by The BOLO Report. The MT2400FSB (Mossie Midnight Mount) is built for Mossie Tactics by BCE (BattleComp Enterprises). The MMM is an accessory slot designed to accept most popular pistol-mounted lights. It was designed specifically for LE and others personnel whose Policy and Procedure or SOPs do not allow them to modify their rifle (read the BOLO Report article for details). The MT2400FSB was tested on lights like the Procyon, Surefire X300, X200, Insight M3, Streamlight TLR-1 and others.

There is a special going on right now at BCE, which is closed until January 3RD (next Tuesday), 2012. The discount code (BCE4Q11) until New Year’s Eve, and any orders that come in prior to that date will ship on the 3RD.

Read the article on BOLO Report.

Soldier Systems: The Mossie Tactics MT2400FSB light mount.

The MT2400FSB light mount, nothing mounted yet.

Soldier Systems: The Mossie Tactics MT2400FSB light mount.

Light mounted on the MT2400FSB, 12 o'clock position.


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5 Responses to “Mossie Tactics MT2400FSB”

  1. Mike Honcho says:

    It seems like you’d have to have monkey thumbs to reach the rocker switch. If it was a bit longer, you could fit the tape switch tailcap on the x300, with the tape switch on the 12:00 rail/hanguard.

    A good idea though, and may fit the needs of some perfectly.

  2. Rob says:

    Looks like it would be a nice option for those running a very basic set up…ya don’t need no sticking rail!

  3. CJK1DOC says:

    Looks like a copy of this product made by Ned Christiansen….?
    Ned is a gunsmith, who invented several AR tools and is a solid guy, wonder if he knows about this?


    • Mike says:

      I can totally see how its different….oh wait its not. I hope Battlecomp doesn’t get mixed up in the law suit.

  4. mike says:

    Criticisms aside, I think this product is a great way to declutter the rifle and keep you from lighting-up your cover, instead of whatever is down range, when you’re just trying to raise the barrel over the cover.