On this episode of The Late Night Vision Show, Hans and Jason give a detailed review of the Pulsar Axion Key XM30 thermal monocular. The Axion is the new for 2019 handheld thermal monocular line featuring 3 monoculars ranging in price from $1,899 to $2,599. The Axions are the smallest and lightest full functioning thermal monculars with base optical magnification to ever hit the market. The Key XM30 has a 2.5x base magnification and retails for $1,899 and it is a great entry level monocular for someone looking for a handheld thermal that doesn’t break the bank. Listen as Hans and Jason give their honest opinions of this thermal optic compared to it’s similarly priced competitors. Check out the show...
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On Episode 49 of the podcast we talk about a few current updates in the night vision and thermal industry, as well discussing two hunting and shooting related news stories that have been in the mainstream headlines recently. In the 2 nd segment we talk about building and using pig pipes. For those that are unfamiliar with them, a pig pipe is usually made out of 4 inch PVC pipe with holes drilled in it and filled with corn. The hogs will roll the pipe around and the corn dribbles out, controlling the amount of corn they can eat in a short period of time. Jason offers up his tips, tricks and advice on what (not) to do when building a pig pipe. Check out "The Late Night Vision Show" Podcast Here:
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Calling Wild/Feral Hogs with the Convergent Bullet HP game caller. Testing out Glenn Guess's (Hog Zombies) calls on the Convergent Bullet HP caller on a Boar that was called to a running truck parked on a county road with the lights on. "Sow Hysteria" was the specific call that was used to lure to Boar Hog within 20 feet of the running truck!