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Advice night vision

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jamessuper10, Aug 24, 2008.

  1. jamessuper10

    jamessuper10 Engaging Member

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    hi all, id like to know if anyone can give me some advise with regards to mounting a n/v unit to my scope, can this be done and what would the best make be, to go for?

    iv had a look at all the makes and variations you get but still clueless as to the mounting.

    is it worth having n/v on my rifle or should i just go for a good lamp?

    if you guys have any pics of n/v on ur rifle id love to see them!!!

    thanks chaps!:):up:
     
  2. sumo

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    Course it can be done mate,check out my mini14 .223 in "my albums page"
    Its a cobra gen1 digital unit which simply clamps onto the back of your existing scope using its magnification, mines crystal clear out to 150 mtrs and beyond,albiet green!.
    I would add on the best IR illuminator you can find though!.
    I used to love lamping from the jeep but this NV outfit is even better!

    Sumo/ Ian.
     
  3. jamessuper10

    jamessuper10 Engaging Member

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    cool bananas! im on it:up:
     
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    I was very curious but after watching on you tube,me thinks il stick to my lamp.
    think gen 2+-3 up would be best but thats £1000-4000
    atb
     
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    this is the best gen1 you can buy and what i was recommended after loads of questions and experts.
    atb
     
  6. a1gunner

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    if you can afford the NV then id go with it if not id use a lamp.

    i have a lamb but im a cheep skate:D
    well till it comes tosailing, then i have holes in my pockets:eek:
     
  7. sumo

    sumo Posting Addict

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    Do you take your lamb with you when you go lamping??:p
     
  8. i8allthepies

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    Jesus, A1, no wonder you call yourself manly, how the **** do you manage to carry a lamb around with you while lamping? (or is the lamb for other purposes....):D
     
  9. a1gunner

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    bleeding typos:D

    the lamb is trained and thinks its a lurcher:rolleyes::D
    clabby dich your lurcher and get a lamb, paint it green so it looks like a hedge as it will abush your quarry or sit on it and use it as a shooting rest.

    gives exelent mobile cammo:D
     
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    I think you should go for the cobra thunder 100 with the optional 150mw illuminator you can spot maybe 300 metres on an optimum night, well enough for any calibre that!
     
  11. andyhawkx3

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    :eek:.....I did wonder about you and them sheep...but now I rest my case,....duckie:laugh:
     

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