Point & Press
Graeme Kelly looks at a new thermal scope with a built-in range finder, the Pulsar Apex LRF XQ50.
- Graeme Kelly
Let There Be Light!
Night Master has gained a good reputation in the few years that they have been trading, offering the night hunter a wide array of standard and IR illumination devices, their NM800 being a notable example! After 6-years as one of the market leaders, MD Tony Jones thought it was time to take this quality hunting lamp to the next level.
- Graeme Kelly
- Tags: Night Master
Protect and Serve
Graeme Kelly up on the Raith Estate again, keeping the pheasants safe from old Charlie.
I was intending to do a kind of user’s review on the Pulsar Core FXD50, like I did last month on the ATN X-sight, but the wily old foxes have made an appearance in abundance. So, rather than spending time testing equipment, I had no choice but to go out with my tried, tested and trusted thermal imaging setup, which consists of the Pulsar XD75 thermal weapon scope and my Pulsar XQ38S thermal spotter.
Spot the Difference
Graeme Kelly puts Pulsar's new Helion XQ38F and XP50 thermal imaging spotters to the test.
I have been using and testing Pulsar night vision and thermal imaging equipment for a couple of years now, and to be fair, you get a lot of bang for your buck. I’ve tested devices from various companies, which fall into the same categories, but found either the quality isn’t there, or they are too expensive. When you look at the Pulsar Apex XD75 thermal weapon scope for example, you will see what I mean – no competitor product available in the UK can touch it for quality, clarity and value for money. It’s an amazing achievement and is an upgrade of the original XD50, which was good, to the XD75, which is second to none.
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- Angie Billington