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SureFire Launches Micro Scout Light Pro

Fountain Valley, CA—SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of the world’s finest—and most innovative—illumination tools and tactical products, is introducing the Micro Scout Light® Pro.

The Micro Scout Light Pro is SureFire’s lightest, most compact Scout series WeaponLight to date, ideal for those who primarily operate with NVGs but also need an extremely low profile and lightweight white light for navigation, SSE or CQB. It’s an excellent solution for PDWs with extremely limited real estate, where profile and concealability are most important. The Micro Scout Light Pro offers maximum capability and exceptional versatility with minimal size.

Measuring less than 4 inches in length and weighing a mere 2.1 ounces, the Micro Scout Light Pro takes size efficiency to a new level. You won’t even know it’s there, but it provides high-quality illumination for positive target ID, navigation, or Sensitive Site Exploitation. It can also illuminate targets up to 65 meters (70 yards) away. A recoil-proof, premium LED generates an impressive 300 lumens from a single rechargeable AAA battery that delivers 1.25 hours of constant runtime, and SureFire’s smooth parabolic reflector technology shapes the output to create a far-reaching, high-intensity beam. It also generates ample surround light so you can see what’s on either side of you as well as what’s in front of you.

Learn more: www.surefire.com/products/illumination/weapon-lights/m140a-micro-scout-light-pro

9 Responses to “SureFire Launches Micro Scout Light Pro”

  1. Casey says:

    Looks like they painted the Titan black, threw it on a Scout mount, and slapped a “Pro” label on it. Sigh. SureFire does make good stuff, but they are quickly getting outclassed by companies like Cloud Defensive and Modlite. I’ve gone from using nothing but SureFire products on rifles, pistols, and EDC lights two years ago to not carrying a single SF product today because there’s nothing in their lineup that I have a use-case for which isn’t available from another company with more capability. Probably the only exception to this would be Stiletto. I do acknowledge that SF still makes things like their Vampire lights and IR/vis/white light pistol lights for which there isn’t much competition, but that’s outside my lane as a civvie.

    • Vic Toree says:

      They “slapped a Pro label on it” because that’s what they call the family of hinged / swivel mounts shown on all three lights above. They differ from the previous fixed mounts so they get a different name.

      • Casey says:

        That was a tongue-in-cheek poke at SureFire, like so many companies, labeling products as “Pro” purely as a marketing tactic. I would consider most of SF’s products to be professional grade, so the Pro label amuses me.

  2. Joe_K says:

    I’m glad the products are being made for a demographic that I do not fit in. It gives me hope that Surefire and other companies will continue to make products for the target demographic that I do fit in. Things don’t always have to be made to make everyone happy.

  3. Front Line Trace says:

    Helmet mount!!!

    • DangerMouse says:

      That’s a great point. Smaller and lighter is better on a bucket. That’s for sure. And you don’t need many lumens or candela there either.

  4. James says:

    I talked about this years ago with Pat Rogers on Lightfighter. At the time I was carrying a little AAA light from CountyComm , we were discussing the two avenues of development in flashlights- same size and brighter, smaller and just as bright. Be interesting to see what the reflector and throw is going to be like, would expect it to be better but close to the XC’s.

  5. James says:

    And Pro refers to the mount.

  6. Yogi says:

    Great as a helmet mounted option, but also great for a low signature rifle or “bag rifle” where weight and bulk should be reduced to the minimum. Ill get one..