NRA Store Announces NRA T180 Multi-Power Flashlight

by
posted on January 5, 2016
nra_store_flashlight.jpg

The NRA Store has announced that, for 2016, it will be offering a new NRA T180 Multi-Power Flashlight. The new handheld light proudly displays the NRA logo on its side.

The T180 can run on both alkaline and lithium. Consumers can use a battery of their choice (AA or CR123) to power the three-mode light. With either battery type you’ll get 170 lumen output with high, low and strobe capabilities.

The light also features a rotating head. The patent-pending design clicks into a total of nine positions for use as hands-free work light or pocket clip light. The head easily locks into position for steady focus.

The NRA T180 Multi-Power Flashlight will be available for $59.95.

For more information, go to NRAStore.com.

Latest

NRA ILA Logo
NRA ILA Logo

NRA Files Lawsuit Challenging ATF’s “Engaged in the Business” Rule

The National Rifle Association of America (NRA) has filed a lawsuit challenging the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ (ATF) “Engaged in the Business” Final Rule. The ATF’s Final Rule unlawfully redefines when a person is “engaged in the business” of dealing in firearms and therefore required to be federally licensed.

Federal Ammunition Awarded USSOCOM for Mk316

The United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) has awarded Federal Ammunition a one-year, $3.6M contract to supply SOCOM with 7.62x51mm rifle ammunition.

Late(r) in Life Hunting

You’re never too old to learn something new.

Recipe: Hunter Slow-Cooker Jambalaya

Creating a flavorful meal from proteins harvested throughout the year is special. A jambalaya made from big game, birds, home-processed sausage and some fish is the perfect combination for any meal.

#SundayGunday: Hammerli Force B1

This week, were checking out the Hammerli Arms Force B1, a hunting rimfire with a target-grade pedigree.

Colorado Cat-Hunting Ban Could be on Ballot in November

A recent report from the NRA Hunters Leadership Forum sheds light on a potential cat problem in Colorado; that is, it’s a problem if you’re a hunter who enjoys and wishes to continue chasing mountain lions and bobcats, or you simply agree that wildlife management should continue to be based on science.

Interests



Get the best of American Hunter delivered to your inbox.