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 Post subject: Budget night vision
PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2020 4:26 pm 
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Now the bunny season is looming I've decided to do some night shooting so will be after a night vision scope.
Can anyone recommend one up to 500 quid?


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 Post subject: Re: Budget night vision
PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2020 4:30 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Budget night vision
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dromia wrote:
Carrots 5/- per lb.

Price of bloody carrots nowadays.



Surely you mean €0.64 per kilo

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 Post subject: Re: Budget night vision
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I'd consider the Pard units tbh.


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Thanks, very helpful green55


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 Post subject: Re: Budget night vision
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RDC wrote:
I'd consider the Pard units tbh.

Just looking at those, do you have one?


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Gazza wrote:
RDC wrote:
I'd consider the Pard units tbh.

Just looking at those, do you have one?


No, but I know a few who do and rate them highly.


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Gazza wrote:
RDC wrote:
I'd consider the Pard units tbh.

Just looking at those, do you have one?
I have used the Pard 700 add on for a couple of years now, it does all I need and although I first started using it with an additional IR iluminator for Fox, I now just uset the integral IR as it is more than adequate


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