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SureFire – New Scout Lights Now Available

Fountain Valley, CA—SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of the world’s finest—and most innovative—illumination tools and tactical products, is proud to announce seven new configurations of their widely popular Scout Light series of weaponlights. These new configurations have several combinations of new options including the ADM quick disconnect throw lever mount or RM45 off-set mount, and all options include dual switches, for both push button and pressure switch activation, and remote pressure switches. Compact and extremely powerful, the Scout Light® series of lights minimizes added weight, frees up rail space for other accessories, and increases weapon maneuverability compared to larger WeaponLights.

Learn more at www.surefire.com/scout-lights

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7 Responses to “SureFire – New Scout Lights Now Available”

  1. Lou says:

    But will they be tan??? ?

  2. Paul says:

    Somewhat disappointed that they used the ST07 instead of the SR07 for the bundles.

  3. WTL says:

    300 lumen minis. Still. Really? Where is Moore’s law when you need it.

  4. HC says:

    Triple the price, with a third of the lumens most other manufacturers have? Surefire is in serious trouble.

  5. Ed says:

    Only 300 Lumen’s, no FDE/Tan models???

    • Jamie Wiedeman says:

      The lumens are going up on the M300 and M600. Tan is coming back, and has always been available for larger orders. People request Tan, but the sales don’t indicate the same enthusiasm as the internet comments, so buy some Tan Scout Lights.

      We aren’t in trouble at all. Sales are up, the military continues to buy SureFire based on performance and durability testing.

      Thanks for your comments.

      Jamie Wiedeman
      VP – Military Sales
      SureFire, LLC

      • MidGasFan says:

        I’ll take durability and reliability over some crazy ass lumen claim any damn day off the week!

        I’ve used plenty of other lights but I always end up with SureFire for anything other than moderate duty uses. I cannot tell you all the number of other lights I have seen fail in classes, fall OFF when shooting or just plain suck.

        Beam shape, spill and color are ultimately more important than lumens, at least to me. I’ll take a 300 lumen single cell Scout over an American brand but China made “competitor” without question.