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- 15 Feb 2018, 12:09
- Forum: thermal imaging
- Topic: Pulsar magnification question
- Replies: 7
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Yes all down to magnification on the eye display as Bruce mentioned , from testing equivalent Helion models side by side against a Trail, I personally think the Trails give a better image, field of view and performance in poor atmospheric conditions also.
If you want 100% ID and the ability to increase your magnification upto 20-24x with the right torch/scope and the ability to not only see but take shots out to 400yds, I would get a Ward 800... If you going down the thermal route a Trail XQ50 or Apex XQ50 LRF offer great features and performance for...
The simple option is avoid anything related to FLIR in the UK, but it won't bother them as there a huge global player, this division of Flir is peanuts compared to the industrial and Military side of things.
I borrowed a Solaris last night and wasn't that impressed tbh. Will see what Clives option is like I think. To be honest performance for the money, Clives BlackSun Ruby fitted to a 50mm, 67mm head and your laughing... The solaris is a nice compact torch, but not in anyway comparable to a Blacksun f...
They can all move marginally, most ensure the stop on the mount is pushed tight against there rail when fitting, but you really need to ensure when tightening its done evenly either side and to the same torque to get the best repeatability. I noticed a cm change sometimes others can sometimes see an...
Removing and fitting a trail to a weaver rail using standard mount, if the mounts are tightened less or more each time it’s fitted, affects windage. Torque wrench would help a lot.