The well-known American company SureFire has expanded its collection of Scout gunlights with a new most compact and lightest model called Micro Scout Light Pro, the declared weight of the novelty does not exceed 59 grams. Powered by just one AAA nickel-metal hydride (Ni-MH) battery that is included, the flashlight can provide a maximum brightness of 300 lumens (1045 cd, 65 m) for 75 minutes.
The Micro Scout Light Pro weapon flashlight is made in a durable and sealed housing (IPX7) made of aluminum alloy with a black anodized finish (MIL-A-8625 Type III, Class 2). The total length of the flashlight is only 98 mm, the bezel diameter is no more than 14.7 mm. The flashlight comes with a set of universal mounts to securely fix the device to Picatinny rail (MIL-STD-1913) and M-LOK interfaces. To work with the device, there is only one button on the end.
The new SureFire Micro Scout Light Pro (M140A-BK-PRO) gun light is currently only available in one color option and is priced at $289, excluding shipping. It is already possible to place an order for a novelty through the official website of SureFire.
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