Arisaka 45 Degree Surefire Scout Mount

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Mounting weapon lights to rifles in a compact way can sometimes be tricky. Arisaka makes some legit solutions for keeping rifle lights out of the way and nice and streamlined.

This 45 degree mount is less than 0.165″ thick, 1.265″ long, and only weighs 0.4 oz.

When used on the side mounting surfaces of compatible handguards, the Offset Scout Mount places the light at a 45 degree angle and tucks it in closer to the rail system. Oriented upwards, the light is located at approximately the 1:30 or 10:30 clock positions. Oriented downwards, the light is located at approximately the 4:30 or 6:30 clock positions.

The Offset Scout Mount also provides four lateral mounting positions for the light body, which allows the user to position the light closer or farther away from the top rail, front sights, or other accessories. Four positions are provided, spanning approximately 0.320″.

Compatible with Surefire M300A, M300B, M300C, M600B, M600C, M600P, M600U, M600V, M600DF, Streamlight Protac Rail Mount 1, 2 and HL-X, and Arisaka 300 and 600 Series.

The mount is CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and MIL-A-8625 Type III hard coat anodized. Includes necessary screws to attach light body to mount. Requires a 3/32″ Allen wrench for installation (not included). Made in the USA.

Why would I want this over just mounting the Surefire to a piece of pic rail with the default mount?
This mount keeps the light closer to the rail, and you can shift the light up and down along the Inline mount to get the fit exactly how you want it. So it clears lasers, your hand, front sights (if mounted in the 11/1 o’clock positions). Plus, this mount eliminates weight compared to the default mount + a piece of pic rail.
Will you assemble a Scout light with this for me?
We don’t do anything like that. Yet…
Should I loctite the screws?
You can. We’ve been running ours without and just tightening them down a lot. They don’t budge or come loose for us.
Mounted to a Midwest Industries extended handguard on this SCAR 17.