BCMGUNFIGHTER Light Mounts for The KeyMod Platform

    BCM is introducing three new KeyMod mounts for lights: 1913 KeyMod, Scout KeyMod, and One Inch KeyMod.

    BCMGUNFIGHTER Light Mounts for the KeyMod platform deliver a full ambidextrous light mount precision machined from solid billet aluminum with a low-profile and snag-free design.

    Engineered to mount flush or cantilevered off either the left or right side of a rail system, the light mounts interface with the KeyMod slots via a patent pending anchoring system.

     

     

    1913 KeyMod

    BCM-1913LM-KM-2

    Compatible with most common 1913-rail pistol/weapon light systems, the BCMGUNFIGHTER 1913 Modular Light Mount is optimized to interface with a KeyMod rail system at the 3 or 9 o’clock rail positions. With optional high and low mounting positions for the 1913 rail section, the light mount features multiple mounting points for ideal placement by the end user.

    Scout KeyMod

    BCM-SLM-KM-2

    Designed for use with the Surefire® line of Scout Lights and Mini Scout Lights, the BCMGUNFIGHTER Scout Modular Light Mount is optimized to interface with a KeyMod rail system at the 3 or 9 o’clock rail positions and run the light in the offset position. This light mount is engineered to enable multiple mounting points for ideal ergonomic placement by the end user.

    One Inch KeyMod

    BCM-LM1-M0-KM-2

    Built to interface with the majority of popular 1-inch round body tactical light systems, the BCMGUNFIGHTER One Inch Modular KeyMod Light Mount is designed to mount the standard and offset positions.

    MSRP

    • 1913:  $44.95
    • Scout:  $44.95
    • One Inch:  $44.95

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