Ask a hundred torch enthusiasts what a "tactical" torch is and you'll get a hundred answers. IMHO they should have a tail-switch capable of turning on at full power; a beam capable of identifying targets at 100 metres or more; a compact size so they can be carried easily and held in a variety of hand positions; and a very robust and waterproof design to work reliably in all conditions.

Although the ability to mount the torch to a weapon is not usually considered essential for a tactical torch, my T217 Hunter Mk4 ticks this box, and I offer optional remote pressure switch so it can be operated from the forestock of a rifle.

Please click on the pictures below for details, and drop me a line at mark@torchguy.com so we can discuss discounts.