Surefire M622 Ultra Scout Light

Item Code: M622U
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  • Length: 6.2"
  • 1,000 Lumens
  • TIR lens
  • Hard-Anodized Aluminum Body
  • DS07 Waterproof Switch Assembly
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    The Surefire M622 Ultra Scout Light is a 1,000-lumen rugged combat-grade Scout Light with an American Defense Manufacturing (ADM) AD-SF mount and ADM-patented QD Auto Lock Lever system for quick and easy fitment to most rail systems. The DS07 switch assembly activates the light, independently providing switch redundancy, by the included click-on/off pushbutton switch, a system-disable feature, and an ST07 plug-in momentary-on remote switch with seven-inch cable.


    • 1,000-lumen, combat-ready Scout Light
    • O-ring seals keep out moisture; the M622U is IPX7 rated
    • Multiple independent and ambidextrous switching options
    • (ADM) AD-SF mount fits most in-spec and out-of-spec rails
    • Powered by two 123A lithium batteries with 10-year shelf life
    • Virtually indestructible, ultra-high-output LED generates 1,000 lumens of blinding light; produces tactical-level light for 1.25 hours on a set of batteries
    • TIR lens shapes versatile beam with enough reach and surround light for close-to longer-range operations
    • Waterproof DS07 switch assembly includes a system-disable feature, a click-on/off push-button switch, and an ST07 switch assembly with a 7-inch plug-in momentary-on remote tape switch
    • Quick disconnect ADM throw-lever mount attaches quickly & securely to any MIL-STD-1913 rail
    • Mil-Spec hard-anodized aluminum body and tempered window make it light rugged, durable and combat ready


    • High Output: 1,000 Lumens
    • High Runtime: 1.25 Hours
    • Peak Beam Intensity: 11,300 candela
    • Two 23A Lithium Batteries
    • Tape Switch / Click Tailcap Switching
    • Length: 6.2"
    • Aluminum Construction
    • Mil-Spec Hard Anodized Finish
    • Weight w/ Batteries: 7.5 oz.
    • Bezel Diameter: 1.125"
    • IPX7 Liquid Ingress Protection
    WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

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