LT-2C-TIR | Arisaka 600 Series E2HT Light


SKU: LT-2C-TIR-Momentary


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The Arisaka 600 Series Light is an illumination package consisting of the Arisaka 600 Series Light Body, Momentary Tailcap, and Malkoff Devices E2HT Scout head. Simply add an aftermarket Scout mount of your choice for a complete lighting solution.

The new Malkoff E2HT heads utilize a TIR lens that focuses the beam and produces 35,000 candela and 500 out-the-front lumens. This provides a tightly concentrated beam for maximum distance, with a small amount of spill for close range and peripheral lighting. For comparison, the latest Surefire 1500 lumen M600DF is rated at 16,000 candela. Malkoff heads are fully potted to withstand recoil during weapon mounted use.

Included is the low profile 600 Series Light Body for an unobstructed, close fit when using an Arisaka Inline, Offset, or Side Scout Mount, along with Arisaka Momentary Tailcap which eliminates accidental constant activation under stress.

The Arisaka 600 Series is compatible with all Surfire Scout tail caps:

  • Surefire Z68 clicky
  • Surefire UE socketed tailcap – for use with remote switches
  • Surefire DS socketed tailcap – has both a remote switch port and clicky switch

The 600 Series Light will fit in any aftermarket Scout mount, as it retains the mounting holes and square lug interface on the underside of the light body.


  • Beam: 500 lumens / 35,000 candela
  • Run time: 1 hour with a 16650 lithium-ion rechargeable or 30 minutes with two CR123 batteries
  • Weight: 3.5 oz. (including two CR123 batteries)
  • Length: 5.125 in.
  • Diameter: 1.0 in. at the head

Power source: one 16650 lithium ion rechargeable or two CR123 batteries

The light body, Arisaka momentary tailcap, and head are CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and MIL-A-8625 Type III hard coat anodized. High quality Buna-N O-rings and two CR123 batteries are included.

Made in the USA.

SKU: LT-2C-TIR-Momentary

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