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Thread: Thermal scopes

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    Thermal scopes

    I've scoured the internet and have seen what's available for thermal scopes, now I'm looking for some direction from you local hunts on a brand/model thermal scope to mount on an AR 223. I'm going to bypass the NV units...Drilling down, I'll be still/stalk hunting mostly open pasture, with some river bottom access...I'll spend about $3000 and in return, I'd like a unit that's reliable, easy to navigate, with some (if not all) of the following features:

    Some magnification, to reach out 100/150 yds +/-
    Good clarity, hot/white and hot black is fine
    Decent battery life
    Quick release mount
    Video/camera capabilities (optional)

    Any advise/input for this newbie would be appreciated...

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    If you want a thermal scope with all those characteristics I'd recommend looking into IR Defense's sights. They're a bit pricier than your budget, but it's worth the investment in my opinion.

    Here are some good deals on them: Link

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    also search thermal scope, i place coyote bait in my farm, and i need this for safety

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    Right now for $3, I would say that the Pulsar Apex XQ50 would be the best scope for your money.

    I have hunted with a lot of thermal scopes and it has some nice features for the money and it is a well established model.

    Video capability would be via an external recorder.

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    A great laser sights also good,but i want to find out the best one to choose because it seems to me that the prices and qaulity differs, so it will a great pleasure to get the knowledge about the one to go for.https://www.atncorp.com/range-finder

 

 

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