BEST Thermal SCOPES and HUNTS of the YEAR... 2021!!!

 



Best Thermal Scopes and Thermal Hunts of the year... 2021! Sit back and relax as Hans pushes the replay button on 2021 and see a compilation of his favorite thermal scopes and hunts of the year. You'll get to see hog and coyote hunts with the Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50, iRay USA Rico MK1 640, iRay USA Rico MK1 384, iRay USA Bravo, InfiRay Outdoor iRay Bolt TL35, AGM Rattler TS35-384, AGM Rattler TS35-640, and N-Vision Halo X50! One thing Hans promises... 2022 will be an even busier year for new Thermal Scope releases. __________________________________________________ **** Find Night Vision/Thermal Scopes **** Find All Night Vision/Thermal Scopes and Optics Here: http://bit.ly/outdoorlegacygear Call Hans and Jason at Outdoor Legacy Gear: (877) 350-1818 __________________________________________________ **** "The Late Night Vision Show" Podcast **** "The First and Only Podcast Dedicated to Night Vision/Thermal Hog and Predator Hunters!" Available on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and Everywhere Else!... Subscribe To "The Late Night Vision Show" Podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/tlnvs-youtube Find All "The Late Night Vision Show" Episodes and Much More: http://bit.ly/tlnvs-website __________________________________________________ **** HansETX Social Media/Contact Info **** INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/ig-hansetx YOUTUBE: http://bit.ly/HansETX-YouTube HansETX WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/hansetx-blog HansETX EMAIL: hans@outdoorlegacygear.com __________________________________________________ **** HansETX Merch **** HansETX Hat Here: http://bit.ly/HansETX-Merch __________________________________________________ **** Friends of HansETX **** * Outdoor Legacy Gear (Thermal/Night Vision Scopes and Optics) * The Late Night Vision Show YouTube Channel * American Defense Manufacturing * ETX Thermal Hunter YouTube Channel __________________________________________________ **** Why Hunt Hogs? **** My journey into wild/feral hog hunting started like many others living in rural communities. I didn't start hog hunting for fun or sport... I did it because I had to. My father-in-law started me on this path several years ago when he asked me to help out with a problem. 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, our family's land, and the land our family tree farming business. The vast majority of hunting videos that you see on this channel are hogs, boars and sows, taken from family land... this problem is personal for me. We have had hogs come as close as 20 feet from my front door, and having 2 small children at home and knowing how aggressive and dangerous hogs can be, getting rid of the problem was a safety concern. This is why when people ask how I got into hog hunting... my answer is always "I didn't get into it because I wanted to, I started doing it because I had to!". It's a personal fight and struggle... __________________________________________________ **** Why Hunt Coyotes and Predators? **** Coyotes and Predators, similar to hogs, cause financial stress for many families in rural communities. Coyotes kill livestock, plain and simple. Ranchers have battled coyotes killing cattle since the early days of ranching and it costs them dearly. Cattle ranching is a business, the cows aren't pets, every time they lose a calf to a coyote those families lose a paycheck. Cattle ranchers hate coyotes just as much as Farmers hate hogs! I hunt coyotes to protect the livelihood of my friends and neighbors that depend on their cattle business to feed their family... __________________________________________________ **** Comin' Up Next **** Next week it's back to more Thermal Hog Hunting right here in East Texas and coming soon is my full review of the Bering Optics Super Yoter. Thank y'all for watching! -Hans

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