First Look: InfiRay Outdoor RICO G-LRF

posted on August 31, 2022

iRayUSA, a Texas-based designer, manufacturer, and distributor of thermal night-vision devices, has announced the release of a new thermal rifle scope line: the InfiRay Outdoor RICO G-LRF. The RICO G-LRF is the first addition to InfiRay Outdoor’s family of Rugged Infrared Compact Optics (RICO) to include an integrated laser rangefinder. The RICO G-LRF Series is available in two models; the GL35R - 384-288-35mm and the GH50R - 640-480-50mm.

“The original RICO MK1 has been extremely popular among hunters who wanted to also include our secondary LRF module” stated Angelo Brewer, director of operations, iRayUSA. “Building a class 3R LRF module into the RICO G-LRF series has resulted in a more compact and easier to use design” continued Brewer.

The RICO G-LRF maintains many familiar RICO characteristics including a 4-button layout, compatibility with the AD-RQD quick release mount, similar software style and menu functions, high-speed germanium objective optics, and an HD OLED display. In addition, the G-LRF brings never-before-seen features to market for InfiRay Outdoor including a new high-density 26650 battery configuration, and InfiRay Outdoor’s newly integrated high-performance 905nm LRF micro-module.

The GL35R 35mm has an MSRP of $3799 and will be available through authorized iRayUSA dealers in late September, 2022. The GH50R 50mm has an MSRP of $5499, and will be available through authorized iRayUSA dealers in the fourth quarter of 2022. As with all iRayUSA products, the RICO G-LRF Series comes with a 5-year warranty, with a 1-week turnaround process. A full list of specifications and an authorized dealer locator can be found on the iRayUSA website,


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