>> Snapshot Review, all Night Vision Rifle Scopes
Snapshot Review All Night Vision Rifle Scopes
When selecting a night vision rifle scope, consider the tradeoff between
magnification and field of vision (FOV) carefully. Just as with day
scopes, as the mag goes up, FOV goes down.
While high-mag / low-FOV scopes are great, remember that during the
daytime you've got full use of your eyes to quickly scan for targets
prior to zeroing. When things get dark the story changes dramatically.
Without the use of your eyes you'll be depending on your night scope
as much for target acquisition as you do for final targeting.
The result? Target acquisition with small FOV night scopes is near impossible.
Your high-mag night scope won't do you an ounce of good if you can't
easily acquire targets. That said, make sure to concentrate on choosing
a night scope with the widest possible field of view.
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Meter Range LAM-10 Dual-Power
Laser Aimer, $785
Compatible with all night scopes, LAM-10's covert 850nm laser aiming dot
delivers instant, mid-range firing accuracy without eyesight strain...
Mounted Night Vision Lighting
Diode, 100-meter range IR-75
Illuminator, eye-safe, $225
The most powerful
eye-safe illuminator on the market. Adjustable beam angle, installs on
most rifle scopes with included mounting system...