Ep. 80 "The Late Night Vision Show" | Best Thermal Scopes Under $6K For 2019!
On Episode 80 of The Late Night Vision Show Hans and Jason give their favorite picks for the best thermal scopes between $4,000 and $6,000 for 2019. There are a lot of great scopes in this category with a wide range of image quality, features and specs. The manufacturers in this category range from FLIR, N-Vision, Trijion to Pulsar, all great companies who are known for making top of the line thermal hunting optics. Having used all these optics, this was not an easy decision for Jason or Hans but they each came up with their own independent scope picks for each category within this price range. Watch and see if you agree or disagree and tell us what your favorite scope in this same price range is.
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**** Thermal Scopes Discussed ****
* Pulsar Trail XQ50LRF - 2.7x Mag. $4,299.97
* Flir ThermoSight Pro PTS736 - 6x Mag. $4,795.00
* Pulsar Thermion XP38 - 1.5x Mag. $4,499.97
* Pulsar Thermion XP50 - 2.0x Mag. $4,999.97
* Pulsar Trail XP50 - 1.6x Mag. $4,999.97
* NVision Halo - 1.75x Mag. $5,995.00
* Trijicon MKII- 1.5x Mag. $5,999.00
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