Designed with hunters in mind, the X-Vision Deluxe Digital Hands-Free Night Vision Binocular boasts durable construction and a rubber exterior, for extended use in the field.
The new X-Vision Optics RFP875 Rangefinder has been designed with varied outdoor conditions in mind. Offering multiple modes (Standard, Rain, Golf, Hunting) for any situation and a PDLC smart-glass display, the rangefinder delivers clear readings even in low-light environments up to 875 yards.
Browning introduces the new Plus Vision Black/Gold Suppressor Ready model to its popular Buck Mark line of handguns.
Combining 640x480 microbolometer strength with 12-micron pixel detail, the new Thermion XG50 delivers 2,400-yard thermal detection range in stunning clarity on a 1024x768 AMOLED display.
Alternative optics such as thermal and night-vision optics, while great tools to extend precious predator hunting hours, don’t operate like your average scope or binocular. Here are a few things to take note of before embarking on your next nighttime hunt.
Field Editor Brian McCombie takes a closer look at the new FLIR Scout III 640 handheld thermal vision monocular, including the advantages it offers hunters targeting feral hogs.