Multiple Mounting Options
MIL-STD 1913 Rail System - Flush Mount - Low Profile - Custom
Whether you desire to mount the searchlight to our proprietary bracket or another setup, all you need is a section of MIL-STD-1913 Rail. Don't have that, we can accommodate that through our MK3 or a custom solution that we regularly configure for clients.
Be sure to go to our Options Page to see variations and how they interface with other components.
The Night Reaper™ Crew Served Weapon Light (CSWL) can be affixed to our MK93 Cantilever Bracket or MIL-STD 1913 Rail System any with the MK4 Quick Disconnect Mount.
The mount itself has a base that can utilize Throw Levers, Rail Grabbers and is also Threaded on the bottom for a Standard Camera Tripod Adapter.
This mount secures the searchlight by interfacing with the internal battery housing sleeve.
Operator can quickly attach and reattach the searchlight from the mount for search requirements far from the vehicle through the use of our unique clamshell design / Double locking System utilizing a Stainless Steel Push-Pin.
Tension on this clamshell is Fully-Adjustable allowing the operator to secure the searchlight without concern for unwanted movement within the mount.
We Highly Recommend the GDI Designed Quick-Disconnect Dual-Throw Lever Base to affix the MK4 mount to any MIL-STD 1913 Rail System.
The MK4 can also be mounted to any section of MIL-STD 1913 with our proprietary Rail Grabbers.
The Night Reaper™ Crew Served Weapon Light (CSWL) also can be affixed to our MK93 Cantilever Bracket with the MK3 Quick Disconnect Mount.
The difference between the the MK4 and the MK3 is the MK3 simply has a FLAT, Flush-mount surface for it's Base. The mount is affixed with (3) Bolts, Nuts & Lock Washers provided.
This allows the mount to be used for a wide variety of direct mount applications.
The Night Reaper™ Crew Served Weapon Light (CSWL) can be affixed to any MIL-STD 1913 Rail System with our MK2 Mount.
The MK2 Mount is used when the searchlight is affixed to the weapon system without the searchlight's internal battery and battery housing.
This allows for a more compact and lighter weight presentation of the searchlight.
Using this configuration, the searchlight requires external power from either the vehicle, the weapon system itself, or from an external batteries such as BA2590/BA5590 batteries.
This design allows the end-user to select our Rail Grabbers (tools required to attach to MIL-STD 1913 Rail System) or the GDI Designed Quick-Disconnect Dual-Throw Lever Base.