Showing posts from February, 2018

It Took A Year.... But I Finally Crossed Paths With This Giant Boar For The Last Time!

After seeing this monster boar hog on camera and chasing him for over a year, our paths finally crossed for the last time.  Texas hog hunting with a Diamondback AR10/.308, Pulsar Trail XQ38, and Hornady Full Boar .308 Ammo, 165 grain.  Check out the video.. Thank you for watching, liking, commenting, and subscribing!!

Flir PTS233 | My Best Hog Bang Flop and Flip...

This is my last hunt with the Flir PTS233 and it turned out to be my best one.  This is by far my favorite thermal hog hunting video of all time.  Thank you for watching, liking, and subscribing.... and if you are on Instagram, please follow me @hansetx Good luck in the fields... -Hans

Hog Drops With The New Flir PTS233

I've been using the new Flir Thermosight Pro PTS233 for the last 3 weeks now. Last week I posted a functionality review on the Optics forum. In this video you'll get to see 3 different hog hunts with it and get to see it in action. Next week I'll post more. Some of you have asked about this scope because it's been pretty popular, mostly because of the price point. Please let me know if you have any questions about the scope. In the video, I have the scope mounted on a 223 using 62 grain ammo. There has been some feedback on how it performs on a .308 and I'm working on that.. Also, I posted a video 2 weeks ago of hog damage in my front yard. I haven't caught any hogs in my yard since, but all of the hogs taken in this video were dropped less than a hundred yards from my front door. I'm very sure that these are from the same group that wrecked my yard...

The New "Budget" Flir Thermal Scope- PTS233

So I've had a chance to use the new Flir ThermoSight Pro PTS 233 for the past 2 weeks, I've had several hours of glass time with this scope and I feel like I know it well enough to give my honest/unbiased opinion. I hunted with it every night... I spotted, scanned, shot, and tested everything on this unit that I could think of. This is the newest "budget" thermal from Flir in quite a while, coming in at a very buyer friendly price at around $2,200. In the review video you'll see my likes/dislikes... you'll see actual video through the scope and some of the different picture modes, preset enhancement modes, and all of the shooting reticle choices. If you're looking at getting into thermal hunting for the first time, if $2,200 is your max budget, or if your looking to add an additional thermal scope to your collection... the PTS233 is worth looking at and considering. If you have any questions I'll give you a very unbiased answer...