There is not a way to mount the Tomahawk to an AR rail. While weapon-mounted lights certainly have their place, we design our flashlights to be handheld or mounted on MOLLE or belt clips. You can check out these accessories on our Parts and Accessories page.
The lumens range a bit since we're talking LEDs but the average white-light output on medium is 42 lumens and on low is 9 lumens.
Replacing the standard MOLLE/pocket clip on your Tomahawk tactical light with a dovetail sleeve for use with a tactical retention system (TRS) is simple. The diagram below will walk you through the steps required to complete the modification. If you have any questions please contact us.
Yes, we offer multiple pricing plans to our dealers. Visit our Become a Dealer page if you are interested in learning more about the benefits our dealers can expect, or if you would like to become a dealer.
When you are in a situation where you cannot use white light from a tactical perspective, our red and green mix will outperform blue light on multiple levels.
First, blue light is hard on your eyes – when you work under blue light then turn it off or look away into darkness your vision will take a significant time to adjust – more so than with our a mix of red and green light.
It is not possible to specify LED task light colors in addition to those currently offered. The Tomahawk Task Light is available in blue or ultra-violet (UV), while the integrated task light on the Liberator STT is available in red or white.