2022 GBA OTOY ATN Thor 4 Thermal Riflescope Lead

2022 Optic of the Year: ATN ThOR 4 Thermal Riflescope

ATN Corp. sits at the cutting edge of consumer-based thermal technology, and its ThOR 4 Series 640x480 2.5-25x50mm is the best such riflescope it offers.

Hardware: ATN ThOR 4 Thermal Riflescope

Rather than merely allowing someone to see objects in total darkness, the ThOR 4 thermal scope superimposes a digital, adjustable reticle over the viewing screen, allowing users to zero it to any firearm and experience accuracy on par with any quality riflescope.

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.

First Look: Leica Calonox Thermal Imaging Camera

Leica has unveiled its first thermal imaging camera designed specifically for hunters: the Calonox. Available in two models, the new Calonox offers a large field of view with a high detection range and high-contrast imaging.

Review: Trijicon REAP-IR Mini Thermal Riflescope

The compact, lightweight REAP-IR mini thermal riflescope is designed for hunters who require speed and accuracy for nighttime use. If you want the latest and greatest technology available, look no further.

Pulsar Introduces Axion Thermal Monocular Line

The new line of pocket-sized Axion thermal monoculars can detect targets with heat signatures up to 1,800 yards away at any time of day, and feature onboard video recording capabilities with 16 GB of internal memory storage.

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.

Pulsar Introduces Helion XQ28F Thermal Monocular

Pulsar's new Helion XQ28F, designed to be a more affordable, full-featured thermal monocular.

8 Reasons to Hunt With Thermal Optics

From keeping coyotes under control to catching poachers in the act, thermal optics may be the most exciting, beneficial new technology to come along in years.

Field Test: FLIR ThermoSight Pro Series PTS536 and PTS736

Field Editor Brian McCombie puts the latest forward-looking infrared sights to the test.

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