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Magpul M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer
Magpul M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer.
Magpul M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer. Scout lights can be mounted without the Picatinny rail claw.
Magpul M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer. Scout lights can be mounted without the Picatinny rail claw.

Magpul M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer

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The M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer allows mounting weapon lights or optics at either the 11 or 1 o'clock positions on M-LOK compatible hand guards and forends.

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Magpul M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer.
Magpul M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer. Scout lights can be mounted without the Picatinny rail claw.
Magpul M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer. Scout lights can be mounted without the Picatinny rail claw.

The M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer allows mounting weapon lights or optics at either the 11 or 1 o'clock positions on M-LOK compatible hand guards and forends.

Made from Magpul's proprietary heavy-duty polymer, this mounting solution features beveled ends and corners to reduce snagging and sharp edges.

The Offset Light Mount allows for the direct attachment of the Surefire M300 or 600 series of Scout Lights; the rail has two holes to match the Surefire mount so you can omit the Picatinny claw to streamline the installation.

Naturally, the rail works perfectly with virtually any Picatinny lights.

All hardware necessary for attachment directly to M-LOK Slots on either aluminum or polymer hand guards and forends is included.

Made in the USA.

Made by Magpul

Magpul Industries is an American designer and manufacturer of firearms accessories and related items. The name comes from the first product released in 1999, a rubber add-on to a 5.56 mm STANAG magazine to help pulling it out of a pouch. Anything that says "Magpul" is most often well designed, which means it gets the job done but is also simple. We like their attitude.

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