help needed with a NV spotter

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bobjs
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help needed with a NV spotter

Post by bobjs » 08 Aug 2018, 20:45

ok lads

i don’t have the funds for a thermal spotter, but what i do have is a website like this to ask the following question,

i need to see no more than 350; yards for pick up of the target, positive ident needs to be at 250 yards ,

so what is the best digital spotters out there, i have had some crud in the past and have a box of bits here that i’ll be glad to get shot of at some point,

thanks in advance,

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Cornish fixer
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Re: help needed with a NV spotter

Post by Cornish fixer » 09 Aug 2018, 07:00

Hi bob , before I went thermal for spotting I used the bushnall eqinox z with a t50 on the top was really good easily see those distances ,on board ir ok for close in rabbits but would burn up the battery's (you need rechargeables )) sure do a similar model but my mate brought one and he reackons the bushnell is better but it looks the same to me ?but would be nice and clear cheers :thumbup: :thumbup:

bobjs
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Re: help needed with a NV spotter

Post by bobjs » 09 Aug 2018, 07:01

cheers bud

ill have look at that one, just don't need anymore lemons I have had a few over the years. :)

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Re: help needed with a NV spotter

Post by jackal1 » 10 Aug 2018, 16:57

I use a pulsar x870 with an xsearcher and it is superb for finding foxes or anything else.

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Re: help needed with a NV spotter

Post by jackal1 » 10 Aug 2018, 16:57

I use a pulsar x870 with an xsearcher and it is superb for finding foxes or anything else.

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Re: help needed with a NV spotter

Post by bobjs » 11 Aug 2018, 15:31

cheers,

at that price i think i’ll skip it,

worlds going mad

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