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  • ARISAKA DEFENSE SIDE SCOUT MOUNT PICATINNY
  • ARISAKA DEFENSE SIDE SCOUT MOUNT PICATINNY
  • ARISAKA DEFENSE SIDE SCOUT MOUNT PICATINNY
  • ARISAKA DEFENSE SIDE SCOUT MOUNT PICATINNY
  • ARISAKA DEFENSE SIDE SCOUT MOUNT PICATINNY

ARISAKA DEFENSE SIDE SCOUT MOUNT PICATINNY

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The Patented Arisaka Side Scout Mount (SSM) is designed for use with Surefire Scout Lights, the Modlite PLH and OKW weapon lights, the Arisaka 300, 600 and 18650 Series, and the Streamlight Protac Rail Mount lights. It replaces the stock Picatinny rail adapter with a low profile mount that tucks the light underneath either side of the ATPIAL laser/illuminator series, including the ATPIAL-C, AN/PEQ15, and LA-5/PEQ. It will also allow the light to clear the QD lever on the Steiner DBAL I2, A3, and D2.

Compatible with the Modlite PLH, PLHv2 and OKW, Surefire M300A, M300B, M300C, M300V, M312, M322, M312V, M313V, M322V, M600B, M600C, M600P, M600U, M600V, M600DF, M612, M622, M603V, M612V, M622V, Streamlight Protac Rail Mount 1, 2 and HL-X (non-laser), CD REIN, and Arisaka 300, 600 and 18650 Series.

Length: 1.265"

Thickness: 0.2"

Weight: 0.6 oz

The mount is CNC machined from 7075-T651 and 6061-T651 aluminum, and MIL-A-8625 Type III hard coat anodized. Includes necessary screws to attach light body to mount. Requires an IP27 and IP20 TorxPlus driver for installation (not included). A T9 Torx driver is required to remove the stock Picatinny mount from Surefire Scout Lights. Recommended torque: 20 inch lbs for light body and 30 inch lbs for clamping screw with low/medium strength threadlocker (Loctite 222 or 243).

Hardware: One 10-32x1.25" Torx cap head screw, two 8-32x3/8" Torx flat head screws.

Made in the USA.

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