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Old 01-21-2019, 05:55 PM   #51
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Jason

What do you know about the new pulsar thermion? I was looking at pulsars website and it looks like the XM’s (seem comparable to the current xq’s) have More base zoom.

3.3 for the xm30 and 5.5 for the xm50. I think the 3.3 would be nice but the 5.5 definitely seems like to much for anything around here. I guess maybe they are trying to compete with Flirs 536 and 736
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Liking the new digs on this thread

All I know is my wallet is snapping at me since I watched the new podcast from SHOT. Iím already saving up for one of those Axioms, hope they are sent too yíall on time Jason like the sales rep said

Oh and hereís the reason I want a Axiom, like stated in the podcast looking at deer before you leave the stand at night is pretty cool this was with my Trail XQ50 as a handheld a few weeks ago.



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Old 01-24-2019, 04:39 PM   #54
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^^ Dude I'm right there with you. I used my thermal for spotting deer in the thick brush this year and it was amazing what I've been missing.
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WT, no one knows more than what they showed in that video. From my understanding that will be the only new digital NV offered by Sightmark. I was told the Photon RTís are not going away either, this will be a secondary option.

Iíll see it for myself Tuesday when the show starts and will know more then. Iíll be reporting back!

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Any updates. I'm about to get with you and pull the trigger but unsure whether to go with the Photon or the Wraith. How long will it take you to get Wraiths in stock?

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Anybody looking to unload an rxq30v shoot me a pm. Looking to get my brother in the thermal game.
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Old 01-27-2019, 06:20 PM   #57
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Any updates. I'm about to get with you and pull the trigger but unsure whether to go with the Photon or the Wraith. How long will it take you to get Wraiths in stock?

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Old 01-27-2019, 11:42 PM   #58
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Ok back from the SHOT Show!

For those interested, I will be starting to take pre-orders on all the new thermals and NV very soon. This will include the N-Vision Halo, Sightmark Wraith and the Pulsar Thermion and Axion monoculars. I'll be posting up the details for pre-orders soon. I've done this many times over the years on TBH and it's always been very successful but I learn something new every time and I'm making some tweaks and adjustments this time around.

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Definitely interested in the Thermion. Hate to wait til Aug though. Was hoping to pull the trigger next month on a new thermal but I guess I'll wait lol.

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I love this thread! It keeps me on move to go hunting. Night vision scope play an important role to get your target down. As a beginner, I read a lot of reviews in order to know that I am in the right track. Can somebody suggest (based on experience) what should I pick in this source that I found: https://gunnewsdaily.com/best-night-...for-the-money/. Rest assured that everything will be hight appreciated.

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I love this thread! It keeps me on move to go hunting. Night vision scope play an important role to get your target down. As a beginner, I read a lot of reviews in order to know that I am in the right track. Can somebody suggest (based on experience) what should I pick in this source that I found: https://gunnewsdaily.com/best-night-...for-the-money/. Rest assured that everything will be hight appreciated.

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I checked that link out and those scopes are very outdated, most of them are out of production now. I'd be glad to make some suggestions but I'm not sure what your price range is. I wouldn't rely on that link though because it's old information.

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Old 01-29-2019, 08:35 AM   #62
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No sir that doesn't seem normal. I've sold an absolute ton of Apexes, with a whole lot of them going up north to guys hunting in super cold weather. They all end up with a battery pack but I haven't heard them talk about much less than hour. One thing to note, if it's the cold zapping the batteries, it's the cold...not the scope. What brand 123A batteries are you using? I've done a bunch of research and read all the scientific test results and Panasonic always comes out on top but they are silly expensive. Energizer and Duracel are a close 2nd and they lead the rest of the pack by far. I'd consider a Streamlight or a Surefire but I've have mixed results with them the last few times I used them. I'd really suggest sticking to Engergizer or Duracell.

I've got the Pulsar EPS3i battery packs for $129 and they should run the scope for 6-8 hours. I have several customers hunting up north in sub-zero temps telling me they are getting 4-6 hours out of the EPS3i even in those temps. Two guys told me they've been out when their iPhones won't even power on because of the cold but they were shooting coyotes with the Apex. They're more dedicated than me.lol

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Using energizer 123 batteries. So I use my Apex as a spotter too, will the battery pack get in the way when it comes to taking the scope on and off?
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Just want to thank Jason again. My Photon RT showed up last week and it's every bit as awesome as he said it'd be. I had the XT model a while back and this one is definitely an improvement. Can't wait to kill some stuff with it!
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Old 01-30-2019, 12:17 AM   #64
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Using energizer 123 batteries. So I use my Apex as a spotter too, will the battery pack get in the way when it comes to taking the scope on and off?
It won't get in the way because the EPS3i will mount to the picatinny rail on the left side of the scope. But it's going to add about 3.5"x3"x1" of bulk and about 8oz of weight. That's going to be the real decision maker, do you want the extra bulk and weight on it while using it as a handheld? I'm not sure it's ideal but I can tell you if I was going through a set of 123A's in less than hour I don't think I'd have a choice. That's a lot of batteries!
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Just want to thank Jason again. My Photon RT showed up last week and it's every bit as awesome as he said it'd be. I had the XT model a while back and this one is definitely an improvement. Can't wait to kill some stuff with it!
Awesome man, so glad you like it! I can honestly say the RT "S" series (has to be the S) has the brightest build-in IR illuminator on any digital NV scope I've ever seen. It's legit. Glad you're enjoying it.

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I just had a thought why don't the manufactures make the control buttons out of glow in the dark material so you can see where they are in the dark?
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I have the Sightmark Photon XT 6.5x50s and the Sightmark Photon RT 6-12x50 and I love them both I am partial towards the RT because of the extra features and handles better with the Streamlight IR Flashlight I put on the side. I also like having the extra battery pack so I can switch it quickly in the field.
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I just had a thought why don't the manufactures make the control buttons out of glow in the dark material so you can see where they are in the dark?
Not sure if serious.
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Old 01-31-2019, 02:26 PM   #71
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I'm serious, my flir handheld the function buttons are lit and my pulsar are 3 black buttons on a black scope with the power button right next to the function buttons.
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I have the Sightmark Photon XT 6.5x50s and the Sightmark Photon RT 6-12x50 and I love them both I am partial towards the RT because of the extra features and handles better with the Streamlight IR Flashlight I put on the side. I also like having the extra battery pack so I can switch it quickly in the field.
Buy a thermal and you will sell those ASAP
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I checked that link out and those scopes are very outdated, most of them are out of production now. I'd be glad to make some suggestions but I'm not sure what your price range is. I wouldn't rely on that link though because it's old information.

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Old 02-05-2019, 12:55 PM   #74
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Sweet thread! I got the pulsar N355 NV scope. Nothing but good things. I love being able to positive ID things so easily. Now I am looking for a thermal scanner. Best of both worlds.
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Old 02-05-2019, 02:29 PM   #75
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27 this weekend between 4 of us. Using mainly pulsar xq38ís and 7.62 x 39 ARís. Iíve been impressed with the 124gr tulammo soft points


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Nice shooting justicetx and KKP! Keep up the good work, great pictures too!
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Jason--got my first one tonight with the XQ50---it is FUN, but shooting running pigs with a RH bolt gun when you are LH isn't easy.
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KKP..layed the smack down! All good size hogs too! Good job. Kill Em All
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KKP..layed the smack down! All good size hogs too! Good job. Kill Em All
Thanks. Yeah it was a pretty good weekend. Our 10 biggest hogs weighed a total of almost 1800
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Jason--got my first one tonight with the XQ50---it is FUN, but shooting running pigs with a RH bolt gun when you are LH isn't easy.
Hahahaha you are going to have an AR-15 in no time, mark my words. Glad you got first blood.
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HA!! I can't even begin to imagine! I'm a righty and if you gave me a LH bolt gun, I'd probably have to stand on my head to chamber a round.lol I can't imagine trying to do it in a hurry, shooting a running pigs, in the dark.
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Hahahaha you are going to have an AR-15 in no time, mark my words. Glad you got first blood.
Ordered it today--

Now all I have to do is wait--and mount the scope, and zero, and figure out which ammo. Oh the hard, hard work ahead.

I do have to say, making a sneak in the dark across the pasture when you can't see the ground is nerve wracking. Every 15-20 steps I stopped, re-checked the targets, and kept going until I was within about 50 yds.
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Sightmark wraith vs Sightmark RT. Would like to see a head to head on your YT when available.
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Ordered it today--

Now all I have to do is wait--and mount the scope, and zero, and figure out which ammo. Oh the hard, hard work ahead.

I do have to say, making a sneak in the dark across the pasture when you can't see the ground is nerve wracking. Every 15-20 steps I stopped, re-checked the targets, and kept going until I was within about 50 yds.
A very dim red flashlight will get you there. But most guys end up spending another $4K on head-mounted night vision. This is an expensive hobby!
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Yes sir! As soon as I get the Wraiths in my hands and get in the field with them, there will definitely be a side by side comparison. We will discuss it in depth on The Late Night Vision Show podcast and on separate YouTube reviews.
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Jason , Do the new pulsars that look like a rifle scope change the magnification like a standard scope?
it's kinda of aggravating on the older scopes to have the zoom in the menu buttons I would prefer a knob that does nothing but zoom .
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Jason , Do the new pulsars that look like a rifle scope change the magnification like a standard scope?
it's kinda of aggravating on the older scopes to have the zoom in the menu buttons I would prefer a knob that does nothing but zoom .
Oh man....that's good question. I honestly can't remember from when I was holding it at SHOT but I honestly think there is a + and - button right there on the top of the eyepiece that does the zoom in and zoom out. I know this....if it's buttons, it will be done by 2 buttons, zoom in and zoom out, you will not go into the menu for anything. I'm 99% sure the zoom in/zoom out buttons are right there on the rear above the eyepeice. Ill have to confirm that though.

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Anyone ever night hunt for axis deer? wondering if I'd be better going with night vision or thermal. Wondering if you could see the spots on its coat at 100yds with night vision? Using thermal can you see antlers? Thanks for any help
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Picked up the Sightmark Photon XT on Friday at Academy during the clearance sale.. got it for $125.

I have a .224 Valkyrie Iím going to put it on. Need to get to the range to sight it in, so I get get out there and start killiní.


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Picked up the Sightmark Photon XT on Friday at Academy during the clearance sale.. got it for $125.

I have a .224 Valkyrie Iím going to put it on. Need to get to the range to sight it in, so I get get out there and start killiní.


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Which academy did you get this from and did they have anymore?
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This was at the Bunker Hill Academy in Houston. This was the only one they had. I went back and checked a few days later too.


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Oh man....that's good question. I honestly can't remember from when I was holding it at SHOT but I honestly think there is a + and - button right there on the top of the eyepiece that does the zoom in and zoom out. I know this....if it's buttons, it will be done by 2 buttons, zoom in and zoom out, you will not go into the menu for anything. I'm 99% sure the zoom in/zoom out buttons are right there on the rear above the eyepeice. Ill have to confirm that though.

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Thanks! that sounds good to have zoom that way !
One thing I'm on the fence for the rifle scope style of thermals is it going to be like a regular scope that the crosshairs are always on the gun canted to one side or the other LOL!.
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Anyone ever night hunt for axis deer? wondering if I'd be better going with night vision or thermal. Wondering if you could see the spots on its coat at 100yds with night vision? Using thermal can you see antlers? Thanks for any help
I have hunted Axis in Junction with thermal and real night vision. It works extremely well. I would recommend NV over thermal if Axis is your main quarry, because NV provides better PID (positive identification).

Here's a pretty bad cell phone pic of a herd of axis. This is a $4,000 NV monocular, and you can see antlers. You could see spots if you used a 3X NV scope or better. Thermal may or may not show the antlers, depending on whether the axis are in velvet, and whether the antlers soaked up any radiant heat from the sun at the end of the day.

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I get asked a lot about ATN and my thoughts. Hans and I decided it was time to discuss the topic on The Late Night Vision Show last week. You can check it out here or find it on any podcast app.

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I get asked a lot about ATN and my thoughts. Hans and I decided it was time to discuss the topic on The Late Night Vision Show last week. You can check it out here or find it on any podcast app.



EP. # 41 | ATN OPTICS: DISCUSSION AND OUR HONEST OPINIONS!!! - YouTube


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