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Thanksgiving coyot with the new N-Vision NOX 35mm
« on: November 26, 2020, 10:22:22 AM »
We provide a service to cattle ranchers year around that have problem coyotes.  We also provide guided night hunts year around.  We sell Night Vision and Thermal optics. The scopes we use are the Pulsar XP50 Trails and Pulsar XP50 Helion Monocular.

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Re: Thanksgiving coyot with the new N-Vision NOX 35mm
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2020, 05:41:48 PM »
That’s pretty neat. Why does the cross hair flash between illuminated and black?

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Re: Thanksgiving coyot with the new N-Vision NOX 35mm
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2020, 08:09:49 PM »
That’s pretty neat. Why does the cross hair flash between illuminated and black?
So you can see the cross hairs on your target
« Last Edit: November 27, 2020, 09:46:53 AM by Thermal Predator Control »
We provide a service to cattle ranchers year around that have problem coyotes.  We also provide guided night hunts year around.  We sell Night Vision and Thermal optics. The scopes we use are the Pulsar XP50 Trails and Pulsar XP50 Helion Monocular.

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Re: Thanksgiving coyot with the new N-Vision NOX 35mm
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2020, 09:45:07 PM »
Great image that thing produces

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Re: Thanksgiving coyot with the new N-Vision NOX 35mm
« Reply #4 on: November 28, 2020, 06:59:08 AM »
I love watching these night vision videos, and then I always want to gain some knowledge or pursue it, and then I google the scope you listed and see the price. yikesssss, this night vision thing can get spendy really fast

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Re: Thanksgiving coyot with the new N-Vision NOX 35mm
« Reply #5 on: December 26, 2020, 10:16:47 AM »
I love watching these night vision videos, and then I always want to gain some knowledge or pursue it, and then I google the scope you listed and see the price. yikesssss, this night vision thing can get spendy really fast

 :yeah: and it's not like you're going to get 30 years out of them like a regular scope, or unlimited lifetime like a Leupold.  If I spend more than $3,000.00 on a scope, it would be nice to know I'll at least get 10 years out of it before the electronics fail. 
What is the real world life expectancy of these thermal systems?
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Re: Thanksgiving coyot with the new N-Vision NOX 35mm
« Reply #6 on: December 27, 2020, 11:17:36 PM »
I love watching these night vision videos, and then I always want to gain some knowledge or pursue it, and then I google the scope you listed and see the price. yikesssss, this night vision thing can get spendy really fast

 :yeah: and it's not like you're going to get 30 years out of them like a regular scope, or unlimited lifetime like a Leupold.  If I spend more than $3,000.00 on a scope, it would be nice to know I'll at least get 10 years out of it before the electronics fail. 
What is the real world life expectancy of these thermal systems?

I sell a thermal that’s by Bering Optics called the Super Hogster thats $3199 and has a 5 year warranty
We provide a service to cattle ranchers year around that have problem coyotes.  We also provide guided night hunts year around.  We sell Night Vision and Thermal optics. The scopes we use are the Pulsar XP50 Trails and Pulsar XP50 Helion Monocular.

 


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