Swampfox Optics Introduces the New Tomahawk II SFP LPVO

Matthew Moss
by Matthew Moss
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.

Matthew Moss
Matthew Moss

Managing Editor: TheFirearmBlog.com & Overt Defense.com. Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written several books and for a variety of publications in both the US and UK. Matt is also runs The Armourer's Bench, a video series on historically significant small arms. Here on TFB he covers product and current military small arms news. Reach Matt at: matt@thefirearmblog.com

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  • Jeff Hewitt Jeff Hewitt on Feb 24, 2024

    Glad someone is still paying some attention to 1-4s

  • RUR5A RUR5A on Mar 15, 2024

    The SWAMPFOX got a very favorable review in the current FIREARMS NEWS. There was no mention as to where it was made. I called SWAMPFOX and was told that it is made in China.
    Whenever possible, I refuse to buy MADE IN CHINA. The ChiComs have killed over a million Americans with Covid. There is growing chance that we are going to go to war with them. I don't want to contribute to their coffers.
    These "news articles" are quick to tell you that this rifle is made in the Czeck Republic, that this shotgun is made in Turkey and that this handgun is made in Croatia, but it's like they go out of their way to inform the reader that this scope, or that optic, is Made in Communist China.

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