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LaRue Surefire Scout Offset Mount (LT752)
LaRue Surefire Scout Offset Mount LT752
LaRue Surefire Scout Offset Mount LT752

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List Price: $107.00
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Product Code: LRT.367


LaRue Surefire Scout Offset Mount (LT752)

The ultimate low-profile QD mount for Surefire Scout users. Over the past few years, the Surefire Scout series of lights have become very popular, especially in the LE community. Many of these lights are being used on lightweight, low-profile carbines. Keeping this in mind, LaRue designed the LT752 to position a Scout light as close to the weapon as possible, while at the same time putting the light in optimum position for thumb activation while holding the rifle "at the ready". When positioned forward on the left, the mount does not interfere with operation of Troy front sights. The LT752 features LaRue's patented locking speed-lever, which is infinitely adjustable to any MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail.

The LT752 is designed to interface with the Surefire M600B, M600C and M300A series Scout Lights, but not the series 620 lights, and comes complete with mounting hardware, QD adjustment wrench, vial of blue Loctite and instructions.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great easily removable M300a mounting solution April 23, 2012
Reviewer: Hut from Winston Salem, NC USA  
I really like the short compact size of the Surefire M300a.  I also like to keep the light mounted as close to the rail system as possible.  Until I found the LaRue mount, I had it mounted using a Gear Sector mount which was not as easily removable as the LaRue mount.  This is the perfect solution!

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Just as nice as all Larue mounts February 15, 2012
Reviewer: JEREMY BARBARESI from GOODE, VA United States  
LaRue mounts are hard to beat in terms of design and quality.  This mount is no different.  When mounted on the 3:00 or 9:00 rail it places the light as close to the barrel as possible, much better position than some of the older model offset mounts from LaRue.

The only warning is that this mount does not work with a Troy folding front sight when mounted on the 3:00 rail positioning the light at 1:30.  There is not enough clearance unless you move the front of the light behind the front sight which will cause shadow projections.

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