Pard 007 NV

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angrybear
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Pard 007 NV

Post by angrybear » 12 Apr 2019, 11:30

Pard 007 boxed, with extra 47mm DSA clamp to fit mamba-lite & other scopes with knurled ocular &/or scopes with illuminator dial on the ocular, two 18650 batteries included.
This unit has been used to test performance inside from an open window & taken out once to test on a couple of long range known targets.
I just much prefer my Ward700, so this is sat in a cupboard.
£310 posted.

Scoobs3379
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by Scoobs3379 » 12 Apr 2019, 14:27

This open to offers?

angrybear
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by angrybear » 13 Apr 2019, 00:28

Scoobs3379 wrote:
12 Apr 2019, 14:27
This open to offers?
Not by much considering the extra cost of the spare clamp & batteries & insured post. ;)

david bennett
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by david bennett » 13 Apr 2019, 07:27

whats it like on the mamba lite for range and picture clarity , at the moment ive got a photon RT exsteamed would it be better ? and what lens has it got ie 12mm or 16mm . I am interested .cheers dave

angrybear
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by angrybear » 13 Apr 2019, 14:14

david bennett wrote:
13 Apr 2019, 07:27
whats it like on the mamba lite for range and picture clarity , at the moment ive got a photon RT exsteamed would it be better ? and what lens has it got ie 12mm or 16mm . I am interested .cheers dave
Hi Dave, it has the 16mm lens, quality is good on the mamba-lite the field in front of the house has a max 330yds to the tree line all of which is visible,
if you want I can take some pics with it & try & put them up.

david bennett
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by david bennett » 13 Apr 2019, 14:25

is that at night to the tree line , would mainly used on rats would the 16mm be ok at close range dave

angrybear
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by angrybear » 13 Apr 2019, 15:33

define "close range"
It can focus down to about 8-8.5yds, closer than that I can't get both picture & reticle to both be in focus,
but the scope alone isn't much better that only goes down to about 7 yds
With the units built in digital mag (min 1.7) 3x mag looks more like 5x mag, so FOV is slightly reduced compared to scope alone but not by a lot maybe a couple of inches at 8yds.

Yes that's the tree line easily visible, & a fair bit more, using only the built in IR.

As I say happy to try & take some pics at whatever mag/range.

david bennett
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by david bennett » 13 Apr 2019, 15:37

ok mate what is your bested price

angrybear
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by angrybear » 13 Apr 2019, 15:50

Really don't want to go below £300 posted.
the spare scope clamp, batteries & insured post are worth £50 so I call that a bargain.
Otherwise it might as well sit in the cupboard with all the rest, "just in case" ;)
Steve

david bennett
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Re: Pard 007 NV

Post by david bennett » 13 Apr 2019, 15:57

ok mate £300 sounds fair , how can I pay

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