SureFire Launches M600 Scout Light

They say this new Scout light delivers 1,000 lumens of blinding white light.

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SureFire, LLC, recently announced their launch of their new M600U Scout Light.

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The SureFire M600 Scout Light

It is a lightweight weapon light that features an ultra-high-output LED which delivers 1,000 lumens of blinding white light. A proprietary TIR lens shapes the recoil-proof LED’s light into a beam with plenty of reach, but enough surround light to accommodate peripheral vision. This makes the M600U ideal for medium to longer-range applications.

The rugged M600U quickly and securely attaches to any MIL-STD-1913 rail via its integral thumbscrew clamp. Constructed of lightweight aerospace aluminum, Mil-Spec Hard Anodized finish, and O-ring sealed to keep out the elements, the tough M600U will endure combat-like conditions without any sacrifice in weapon maneuverability.

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This article was made possible today thanks to the support of SureFire (/SureFire/), a member of JTF Awesome.

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