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We are here to help.

We build the CERBERUS in batches to help reduce the cost  (hence the extreme savings versus the nearly $5000 predecessor device).

MSRP is US$450.00 each.

We are taking orders for US and International sales.

Email Us

For all US Law Enforcement buyers (Fed-State-Local) please contact Jim Duffy at Tactical Resources:
TacticalRes@gmail.com



For non-LE buyers in the US (Military, Gov, Security, & legal US citizens), please contact us directly at:
CivWar.Buy@gmail.com


For International distributors *and* US distributors, please contact us at:
CivWar.Dist@gmail.com


If you are interested in becoming a distributor, please reach out and we can discuss the quantity and pricing schedules available.

There are no US domestic nor International shipping restrictions.
The Cerberus is *not* ITAR, and can export EAR99.


We reserve the right to refuse sale to anyone. Credentials may be required. Thank you for your interest in the CERBERUS non-lethal visual disruptor. We look forward to serving you.

Our Address

Duvall, WA 98019.

Have any Question?

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Please fill out the form to the right to message us directly.

We will respond as quickly as possible.

Frequently asked questions

The CERBERUS is designed to hamper the vision of whomever you point it at. 

The way the target reacts reveals their intent!

This provides the operator valuable time and information to react accordingly.

The CERBERUS does not use coherent light output, so it meets all FDA safety standards, and does not have an NOHD (Nominal Ocular Hazard Distance).

The specific wavelengths and pulse-rate are what make the CERBERUS so effective at disrupting vision!

Yes absolutely!

Yes absolutely!  The CERBERUS is in full production, and we are taking orders via the noted emails above!

Yes absolutely!  The CERBERUS is *not* an ITAR product and can export EAR99.

Absolutely not *but* it can be used as a flashlight, and is actually a better pistol flashlight than many others.  The particular wavelengths and pulse-rates used by the CERBERUS intentionally interfere with the eye’s ability to adjust when viewed straight on.  The operator of the CERBERUS is not subjected to the interference.