Tactical Light Mount Kits ™

1913 Picatinny Short 2.0 - $19.95
1913 Pictatinny Short 2.0

1913 Picatinny Long 3.95 - $29.95
1913 Pictatinny Long 3.95

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Amega Mounts Tactical Light Mount Kits

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Standard Glock/Weaver
1913 Pictatinny 2.0


The 1913 Picatinny Short 2.0 model is 2.0 inches long and secured by two 8-32 screws.

Weight - 0.9 ounces


The 1913 Picatinny LONG model is 3.95 inches in length, features a full-length Mil-Std 1913 Picatinny rail and is secured by five 8-32 screws.

Weight - 1.5 ounces

INSTALLATION GUIDE Click to view full PDF version


  • Treat ALL guns as if they are LOADED.
  • NEVER let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing to destroy.
  • Keep your finger OFF the trigger.
  • REMOVE the magazine completely and set it aside.
  • PULL the operating rod completely to the REAR and CHECK the chamber and make SURE it is empty.
  • Work the operating rod several times and check the chamber AGAIN to make sure it is EMPTY.
STEP #2 POSITIONING the Tactical Light Mount
  • With the Mini-Scout-Mount™ installed, hold the rifle in your normal shooting position and note the location of your thumb on the fore end of the stock. This is where the best natural access the to the flashlight's controls should be located.
  • Position the "Rail" along the Mount Body so that the controls of your flashlight is where your support hand thumb would be. The "Rail" can be mounted on either the side of the Mini-Scout-Mount™ Body to accommodate Right or Left-handed shooters.
  • Note the location of the two screw holes in the Mount Body that most closely match the two screw holes in the Rail.
  • Place the rifle on a flat and sturdy table or bench surface with the side of the Mount Body facing up where the Rail will attach.
  • Position the Rail over the two mounting screw holes noted above.
  • Start the two bevel-based screws (provided) into the threaded holes in the Mount Body using the hex wrench (provided).
  • Use the hex wrench provided to snug down the Rail to the Mount Body by evenly tightening the two screws.
  • Attach your tactical flashlight to the Rail and check to see that it snaps securely into place.
  • Check the position of the light to ensure that its controls are within reach of your thumb when you are in a natural shooting position.
  • Check the function of the flashlight while mounted to ensure that it works properly.
  • Practice removing and attaching the flashlight to the rail to become comfortable and smooth with the operation.
  • If you install a tactical sight system or scope first, check to insure that it Does not interfere with attaching the flashlight to the Rail.
  • If you still have a problem with the fit or function, give us a call or email.
  • Larger flashlights can be secured with scope rings and using two kits installed end-to-end or the 1913 Picatinny LONG model.
  • A drop of thread locker on each of the screws is a good idea, but not really necessary.
  • If you purchased the STANDARD model (Glock/Weaver style) and your laser or flashlight will not seat down on the rail, you need the 1913 Picatinny style kit.


A: YES. The double-ended design allows the mount to be installed on either side of the mount bodies, or reversed without effect.

A: YES. But the excess length will extend past the front of the mount body.

A: Either the 1913-Picatinny or the 1913-LONG.

A: Use the 1913-LONG or two of the 1913-Picatinny kits installed end to end. Mount the flashlight in Weaver style scope rings and use them to secure it to the Tactical Light Mount.

A: It depends on your light. Many of the higher end tactical flashlights have a locking bar in the middle that requires the Picatinny specifications to attach. Any light with a Weaver style attachment will work fine on either style of Tactical Light Mount. Look at your light and see which kind you need. To be safe, always get the 1913-Picatinny style.

A: YES. Some customers attach them to wooden stocks with wood screws to mount flashlights or lasers on all kinds of rifles and shotguns. They can be applied to the forends of AR15 style firearms as well to support lights, lasers, vertical grips, bipods, etc. They are very versatile.

A: No.