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The new night vision rangefinder review, Impressive !

Discussion in 'Trade / Commercial sales' started by Splatty, Feb 16, 2015.

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    Hi Splatty, the videos are quite impressive so can you put some pictures of the unit up and are you saying the retail selling price will be £220?
     
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    very very interesting hmmmmmmm
     
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    it was a bit difficult to see if it worked any good without using another ir supply which will need 2 pairs of hands
     
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    I did state in my review that the unit comes with a standard screw hole that can fit a tripod or a torch attachment, i just didn't have one at the time!
     
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    so does it have its own i/r or do you have to get that seperate and whats it like for air rifle distance all the vid showed was longer range
     
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    Yes, this is good out to 100 yards but after that you need an IR torch, the manufacturers say 200m but thats pushing it, maybe they tested it in full moonlight, i had none!
    As for air rifle distances, didn't you see all the video's, it does clearly show me ranging a rabbit at 50 yards.

    Hope this helps

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    Some more footage without additional ir torch just the built in.
    http://youtu.be/d5CWh6bSN8k
    Cheers Andy
     
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    Yep Ive seen that link but they charge too much for the Units!
     
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    Can this be used in daylight too ?
     
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    Yes out to 500 yards. There is a button to switch between day and night mode.

    They are a good bit of kit. Fit a weaver rail and an ir torch and they are a great spotter.
    View attachment 112286
    Cheers Andy
     
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    Oh i like what you did with the torch and the rail......will it hold being stuck down though?.....On my one it has the bipod mounting screw, couldn't you attach it to that for security ?

    Hope this helps Splatty
     
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    The rail is held by a tripod screw. The tape is just to stop the rail from rotating. It is very strong stuff you can use it for fixing hooks to the wall ect.
    View attachment 112289
    Cheers Andy
     
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    Well done mate, that's a good idea, i didn't see the screw in the first picture.......I may do that myself !

    Splatty
     
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    They have come down a lot now eh £185 or best offer..
     

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