PULSAR APEX XQ50 LRF

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MUSKY
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PULSAR APEX XQ50 LRF

Postby MUSKY » 03 Dec 2017, 09:55

Hi
Is there anyone on here using the above sight as I am wanting to know what is a realistic range for 100% identification?
I'm currently using a pulsar n970 lrf and using a helion xp50 for spotting.
Just want to know how good they are for identifying.
Thanks for any info!

AnthonyR
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Location: Rochford, Essex

Re: PULSAR APEX XQ50 LRF

Postby AnthonyR » 03 Dec 2017, 10:02

It will be just about the same as your XP50

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Mini Magnum
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Re: PULSAR APEX XQ50 LRF

Postby Mini Magnum » 03 Dec 2017, 10:44

All depends on position of what your looking at also, a fox could be identified through movement/shape broadside at 300yds, yet sometimes at much closer i.e 100yd when stationary they can be real difficult to ID.


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