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DSEi 21 – SureFire Micro Scout Light PRO

Seen in the wild, SureFire’s Micro Scout Light Pro is their lightest, most compact Scout series WeaponLight.

A lot of people commenting when it was released didn’t understand that it is intended for applications such as this SIG Rattler, seen in the Edgar Brothers booth at DSEi.

Weighing in at just 2.1 oz, the Micro Scout Light PRO offers 300 lumens from a single rechargeable AAA battery that delivers 1.25 hours of constant runtime.

14 Responses to “DSEi 21 – SureFire Micro Scout Light PRO”

  1. Dale says:

    This light saves no rail space. Sense when was girth and performance a problem? My girlfriend is not happy.

  2. Rodney says:

    Does anyone know who makes the handstop that’s sandwiched between the fore grip and rail?

    • WmW says:

      The vertical grip is manufactured by Rail Scales. The hand stop looks ‘raw’. I wonder if it’s a prototype that Rail Scales made. Their grips and hand stops are designed to integrate seamlessly with the scales they make to cover rails. This would appear to fall in line with their other designs.

  3. Rob c says:

    $1 USD a lumen good lord thats not good…

  4. Dan says:

    Does anyone have any info on when we can actually purchase one?

  5. Charlie says:

    Anyone know who makes that HandGuard?

    Before you say its an OEM part, take a closer look. You can’t find a guard by SIG with that contour towards the magwell that tappers down toward the muzzle.

    Also before you say its a Midwest Industries handguard, its not similar to what MI has, there are subtle differences.

    • Rob says:

      It is OEM. Don’t worry, I took the closer look you suggested. It is Sig’s new generation upper and handguard for the MCX that has been showing up in a few places over the last year or so. It has separate mounting screws on the rear shoulders of the rail that interface with the redesigned upper as well. Probably to make it more rigid.

  6. Joe says:

    This thing would be a nice helmet mounted light

  7. mark says:

    I like the concept a lot, great option for little PDW’s / PCC’s.

    I’d probably try and have the factory LED swapped for an Osram White Flat W2.1 LED, used in current cutting edge ‘thrower’ flashlight.

    This is a very narrow LED that is designed to maximize candela per lumen. Simply dropping in one of these LED emitters will 3-4x the candela of a given light. And bumping up the Candela will help make these small lights have a much more effective reach then they would normally have.

    I had one of these installed in my EDC flashlight – a Eagletac D25LC2 MKII – and it bumped the candela from 10k to 40k, without any change in the lights runtime or driver.

    So in theory this could potentially bump up the Micro Scout from its current ~1kcd to 3-4kcd, all without having to change any of the lights form factor.

  8. Front Line Trace says:

    The people want… no demand a helmet rail (OpsCore) mountable version…. S&S? Anyone?