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FLIR Thermal Imaging Active Night Vision Scope


New Pulsar Core thermal front attachment for sale

Pulsar Core FXD50 Front Attachment Thermal Sight

The new Pulsar Core offers the convenience of converting a daylight riflescope into a thermal rifle scope, suitable for casual users who do not need to dedicate a rifle for thermal only use.

The Pulsar Core FXD50 Front Attachment Thermal Sight also supplied with an eyepiece for use as a hand-held spotter.

High resolution thermal sensor; ultra-light and compact; waterproof to IPx7; magnification hand-held: 5x / 10x, magnification rifle-mounted: controlled by scope; one-shot zeroing; wireless remote control.

Suitable for rifles producing up to 6000J ME.

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Leupold LTO Thermal Viewer Night Vision

Thermal night vision LTO Tracker for sale

The Leupold Tracker Thermal Viewer will changethe way you hunt and assist you when out hunting. Now you can spot elusive game hiding in thick cover, or find downed game in dense brush, day or night.

The thermal signature of a game animal is equally visible during the day or the night with the thermal viewer. Atthe time of writing I hadn'ttested a unit in the field but am told that the Thermal Viewer can scan it's surrounds up to a distance of 600 yards to find a trophy or crop raiders via it's thermal properties.

Some of the features of this new Leupold Tracker Thermal viewer include a direct view display of some 1.22" round screen, 4x digital zoom, start-up in 3 seconds, 10 hours continuous use and 5 Optional Thermal Filters. The new Leupold LTO also comes with a 5 year Electronics Warranty and a host of other features.

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Pulsar Quantum XQ Thermal Night Vision

The new Quantum XQ Series of thermal imaging monoculars is the next generation of TI unit from Pulsar, succeeding the Quantum XD series. And there are a bag of upgrades thrown into the mix.

The 384x288 sensor has been upgraded and now has a 17um pixel pitch which has allowed for increased magnification that has extended the man-sized detection ranges up to 680m (XQ19), 1350m (XQ38) and 1800m (XQ50).

The stadiametric rangefinder has been simplified and now has a dedicated button. Finally, the start-up has been reduced to just two seconds, and all models come with a remote control.

Price: Around $2,999.


Swarovski Spotting Scopes

Technology has moved on apace since the Digisight N550 revolutionised foxing a few years ago, but the newest version of that unit is still up there among the very best.

The night time sensitivity has been doubled, the magnification now smoothly zooms from 3.5x to 14.0x and the field of view has been increased by almost 30 per cent on the previous model.

Also in the range is the Digisight LRF N970, which has a built-in 400m rangefinder that displays True Horizontal Distance (THD) and Angle of Elevation (AoE). Being digital, both models are resistant to bright light exposure.

Price: $1,299 (LRF $1,499).


FLIR Thermal Night Vision Scout 2 640

Thermal imaging pioneers FLIR are back with a new 640x512 version of their Scout unit. Providing a more detailed than ever before, its sight picture is also boosted by a digital zoom with 2x or 4x options.

And you can choose from white-hot, black-hot or 'Instalert' mode to suit your surroundings. Lightweight and compact, the unit is nevertheless rugged and weather-proof - and it's powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery.

Price: $2,900.

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