NEW: Nighthawk Tomahawk 12GA Firearm

NEW: Nighthawk Tomahawk 12GA Firearm

NEW: Nighthawk Tomahawk 12GA Firearm

Ok, I know what you are thinking. A tricked out 12 gauge Nighthawk ‘firearm’ is going to be priced somewhere between the moon and New York City (great tune, by the way). And you are right, the MSRP is on the high side. So instead of insulting your intelligence by trying to explain features and specifications that make the numbers add up, I’m just going to leave everything here for your review. Doesn’t fit your needs and/or budget? No problem. But it will fit in someone’s safe.

Check it out.



The Tomahawk Pistol Grip Firearm is Nighthawk’s answer for your self-defense needs. With an overall length of only 26”, this firearm is able to hold 5+1 rounds of 12ga shotgun shells in a compact and maneuverable package. The Tomahawk has received the full Nighthawk Custom treatment to insure maximum reliability, smooth function, and the attention to detail that is expected in a Nighthawk. The Vang Comp backbore and barrel porting system helps minimize recoil and make this firearm as easy to shoot, as it is to maneuver.

Nighthawk Custom has received a letter from the ATF classifying this weapon as a “firearm,” but not a Short Barrel Shotgun. Therefore, it is not an NFA/Class 3 weapon.

  • Overall Length: 26.1″
  • Barrel Length: 16″
  • Hogue Overmolded Pistol Grip and Forend
  • Vang Comp Barrel Porting and Backbore
  • 4 Round Side Saddle
  • Hi Visibility Front Bead Sight
  • Big Button Tactical Safety
  • Hand Honed Action and Rails
  • 1-Shot Machined, Solid Billet Extension Tube to Match Barrel Length
  • Black Cerakote Rust Resistant Finish
  • MSRP: $1,395






via The Firearm Blog

September 29, 2017 at 03:11AM


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