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Tomahawk II SFP LPVO (Swampfox Optics)

Swampfox Optics have announced a new edition to their range, the Tomahawk II LPVO. The Tomahawk II is a second focal plane low power variable optic which is available in 1-4×24 and 1-6×24. The Tomahawk II weighs in at just over 20 oz and is available in two illuminated SFP reticles: Guerrilla Dot Bullet Drop Compensation (BDC) and the new Bright Fiber Optic (BFO).

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Tomahawk II SFP LPVO (Swampfox Optics)

Here’s what Swampfox have to say about the Tomahawk II:

Clear, precise, tough, Swampfox Optics is excited to announce the second-generation Tomahawk II LPVO. Offered in 1-4×24 and 1-6×24 variants with two reticle options, the second focal plane (SFP) low power variable optic is built on a compact 30mm tube and features multiple internal and external enhancements that reflect end user feedback and needs of real-world shooters.

Delivering competition, hunting, and tactical performance in an affordable package, Tomahawk II offers shooters an expansive field of view and edge-to-edge clarity for rapid target acquisition and precision. Complemented by a generous eye box and considerable eye relief, the riflescope supports both-eyes-open shooting for improved situational awareness and seamless transitions between targets.

Tomahawk II is available with two illuminated SFP reticles: Guerrilla Dot Bullet Drop Compensation (BDC) and the new Bright Fiber Optic (BFO). With holders for 5.56 and .308/7.62×51, the simplistic BDC reticle is offered in standard, glass-etched red and green illumination. Shooters desiring a nuclear bright single point of aim have the choice of red, green, amber, and new blue fiber optic illumination options – a first for Swampfox optics – with MOA ranging. Both reticle styles offer 12 brightness settings for any light condition, including daylight-bright and with night vision devices.

Further upgraded from Gen 1, Tomahawk II is now equipped with a push/pull locking elevation turret with zero reset and a capped windage turret to protect settings in the field and lock in adjustments with confidence. Illumination offers intermittent on/off positions to extend run time of a side loaded CR2032 battery. Weighing 20 ounces, Tomahawk II is constructed from durable 6061 aluminum and features fully multi-coated, anti-fog, and hydrophobic lenses to withstand heavy recoil, overcome harsh environmental conditions, and take on everyday use and abuse.

A testament to the confidence we place in our products, every Swampfox optic is backed by our 30-day money-back satisfaction guarantee and Limited Lifetime Warranty. Swampfox offers 10-year coverage on all illumination and electronic systems, with lifetime coverage against manufacturing defects and material flaws. If the optic encounters performance-compromising damage, Swampfox is committed to repairing or replacing it.

Tomahawk II SFP LPVO (Swampfox Optics)

Here are the specs for the Tomahawk II:

Tomahawk II 1-4x Specifications

  • Magnification: 1-4x
  • Reticles: Guerrilla Dot BDC / Bright Fiber Optic
  • Illumination: Red / Green (BDC), Red / Green / Amber / Blue (BFO)
  • Brightness: 12 Settings (2 NV)
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 24mm
  • Tube Diameter: 30mm
  • Construction: 6061 Aluminum
  • Dimensions: 9.6” (L) x 2.8” (W)
  • Weight: 20.6 oz.

Tomahawk II SFP LPVO (Swampfox Optics)

Tomahawk II 1-6x Specifications

  • Magnification: 1-6x
  • Reticles: Guerrilla Dot BDC / Bright Fiber Optic
  • Illumination: Red / Green (BDC), Red / Green / Amber / Blue (BFO)
  • Brightness: 12 Settings (2 NV)
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 24mm
  • Tube Diameter: 30mm
  • Construction: 6061 Aluminum
  • Dimensions: 10.6” (L) x 2.8” (W)
  • Weight: 20.3 oz.

MSRP for Tomahawk II starts at $369 for 1-4x models and $429 for 1-6x. Find out more at swampfoxoptics.com.

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