Ep. #70 "The Late Night Vision Show" Podcast - Pulsar Thermion XP50 Full Review
The Pulsar Thermion thermal scope line has been some of the biggest news to hit the thermal industry in over 2 years. While all the Thermions were highly anticipated, the one that has drawn the vast majority of the attention has been the Thermion XP50. While the XP50 is the most expensive of all the Pulsar thermal scopes, it’s also offers the best image quality at its 640x480 resolution and 2x base magnification. Of all the thermal scopes on the market today, this is the one that both Jason and Hans choose as their own personal scope. Check out Episode 70 to get their full review on the Thermion XP50 and how it compares to the very popular Trail XP50.
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* 640 x 480 Resolution, 17 Micron
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Our journey into wild/feral hog hunting started like many others living in rural communities. We didn't start hog hunting for fun or sport... we did it because we had to. You see, hogs cause millions of dollars of damage and destruction each year in rural communities and our situation was no different. Hogs were destroying our land and that our of friends and family. The vast majority of hunting stories that you hear about on this channel are hogs, boars and sows, taken from family land... this problem is personal for us...
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