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First Look: X-Vision Optics Hands-Free Night Vision Binocular

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.

X-Vision Optics RFP875 Rangefinder

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.

First Look: Browning Buck Mark Plus Vision Black/Gold Suppressor Ready

Browning introduces the new Plus Vision Black/Gold Suppressor Ready model to its popular Buck Mark line of handguns.

#SundayGunday: Browning Buck Mark Plus Vision UFX

Get a closer look at the Browning Buck Mark Plus Vision UFX, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.

Pulsar Introduces Thermion XG50 Thermal Riflescope

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.

How to Use Your Natural Night Vision in Low Light

While we'll probably never be able to see in the dark without the aid of expensive electronics, there are a few ways we can optimize natural night vision for low-light scenarios.

First Look: Axeon NightVue

The NightVue, from Axeon, is a binocular-mounted green laser illuminator, which transforms a standard set of binoculars from being a daytime-only tool, to a round-the-clock optic.

A Beginner’s Guide to Night Vision and Thermal Optics

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.

Thermal vs. Light-Intensified Optics

Today’s hunters have a wide array of choices in both light-intensified optics and thermal optics to help them see their prey when the lights go out. Which technology works better, though, is more of a debate than you may realize.

Field Test: FLIR Scout III 640 Thermal Vision Monocular

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.

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