When selecting a night vision rifle scope the tradeoff between magnification
and field of vision (FOV) must be carefully considered.
Just as with day scopes, as the mag goes up, FOV goes down. During the
daytime this is less important as you've still got full use of your
eyes to quickly scan and acquire targets prior to zeroing. During the
night however 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 very difficult.
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 vision rifle scope with the widest possible field of view.
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