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“I Was Scared Sh*tless!” Veteran Escapes Fatal Bear Attack With Just A Flashlight

Reporters going crazy over the man who fought off a charging bear with arguably the most reliable flashlight in the country!

Last Friday, U.S. Army veteran Jonathan Schwartz escaped a surprise attack from a 500lb black bear in the backwoods of Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

“I’d never seen anything like it,” Schwartz told us. “It came out of nowhere and I feared for my life. I thought I was dead for sure!”

After working overtime at a local site, Schwartz found himself walking home in the middle of the night. All was calm until the moment he heard a strange rustle in the bushes about ten yards behind him. That’s when the giant black bear appeared in the middle of the road.

According to Schwartz, the bear seemed not to notice him at first, giving him the opportunity to escape quietly. But as he started to make distance from the giant animal, he accidentally dropped his flashlight on the hard ground. The bear immediately heard the noise, locked eyes on Schwartz, and started making its way towards him.

“I picked up my flashlight and was about to make a run for it,” Schwartz told us, still shaken from the incident. “But the bear had already seen my position and started coming towards me. At first it was walking, but then it started running…”

Schwartz continued, ‘I was scared sh*tless. I knew I couldn’t outrun a bear and I had nothing but a pocket knife to fight it with. So I turned on the flashlight that I was clutching in my right hand…”

Just seconds before the “monstrous” bear was in clawing distance, the Army vet whipped out his flashlight and stunned the bear with the sun-like beams. Blinded by the light’s intense brightness, the bear stood up on its back legs and let out ground-shaking roar. Frozen in fear, Schwartz concentrated the flashlight’s intense beam in the bear’s eyes until it turned around and began to move hastily in the opposite direction. When the bear was far enough, Schwartz ran as fast as he could back home.

“I ran like a bat outta hell,” Schwartz confessed. “I had never been so scared in my life! If it wasn’t for my incredible flashlight, there’s no way I would’ve made it home.

We examined the flashlight Schwartz had used to save his own life. We learned that it wasn’t just any flashlight. Turns out his secret weapon was The Original Tac1200 Tactical Flashlight, which is said to be the brightest, high-performing flashlight in the country.

Is The Original Tac1200 Tactical Flashlight Really THAT Powerful?

Presented by the company Tac5, the Tac1200 has a massively proceeding reputation. This flashlight is equipped with Real Cree XM LT Emitter, which is 25 times brighter than a normal flashlight. The brightness has the potential to shine over a span of 2 miles!

This completely explains why Schwartz was able to blind the bear from close range and escape! With up to 1200 lumens, its lamp life can last over 100,000 hours!

You would think that Schwartz should’ve damaged the Tac1200 when he dropped it on the concrete surface. But because this flashlight is designed with Military Aircraft-Grade Aluminum it has the durability to withstand any fall! In fact, the Tac 1200 could withstand any environment, as it is waterproof and dust resistant.

Other features include:

  • Overheat Protection – to avoid high-tech temperature of the surface.
  • Intelligent Memory – which automatically remembers last brightness level when switched off.
  • Reverse Polarity Protection – which protects the flashlight from improper battery installation.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this flashlight.

The Only Flashlight You Will Ever Need

After hearing Schwartz amazing story, consumers from all over the country have been swarming Tac5 for the Tac1200. The demand is so intense that for an unlimited time, Tac5 is selling the flashlight for 75-90% of its original price, along with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

For more details on the Tac1200 High Perfomance Flashlight, click HERE.

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