A look at the Pulsar Apex XQ50 LRF, The latest Pulsar Night Vision

The Pulsar Apex XQ50 LRF is one of the best and unique Thermal riflscopes out on the current market. as it will provide fantastic image quality but also provides an intergrated Laser rangefinder, Which very few Pulsar Night vision scopes and no other Pulsar Thermal Riflscopes provide.

The Pulsar Apex LRF XQ50 Thermal Riflescope is designed for long range foxing and vermin control, with a detection range of up to 1600m, 50hz refresh and state of the art thermal imaging with integrated laser range finder with a measuring range up to 1000m

Following on from the success of the stunning Pulsar Apex XD50 range of thermal riflescopes, the new Pulsar Apex XQ50 Thermal scopes now combine the new 17µm sensors with improved detection range, enhanced image quality and superior recognition range, and are set to take the night vision riflescope market by storm.

With a detection range of up to 1600m  (man sized object) the new Pulsar Apex XQ50 LRF Thermal scopes will revolutionise the way we hunt at night.

Designed for extreme long range vermin control allowing you to detect objects (measuring 1.7m x 0.5m) out to over 1.5km away, and provide high quality imagery at long distances with accurate laser range finding from 1m to 1000m at the touch of a button.

Featuring a 2.8 to 11.2x smooth variable magnification, the Apex XQ50 has a minimum focusing distance of 5m, making it ideal for short range pest control, right up to long range foxing at extreme long ranges displaying images in white hot or black hot detection via a high res 640x480 AMOLED display.

Unlike traditional night vision the new Pulsar Apex LRF XQ50 Thermal rifle scope is not impeded by weather conditions such as rain, fog, moisture etc which plays havoc with ir illuminators, scattering light everywhere and obscuring the image.

The high specification thermal microbolometer core is also unimpeded by objects such as grass or foliage, allowing you to spot quarry which has moved into cover.

Picture in picture function

“Picture in Picture” function provides the shooter with a possibility to display an additional image region on the screen which contains 2x magnified image of a target and reticle, with the additional region (precise aiming frame) situated in the top center part of the screen above the reticle. Occupying only 1/10 of the total screen area additional image region allows simultaneous use of the entire field of view for observation and target acquisition at the same time.

Integrated laser rangefinder

Precision shooting begins with knowing the distance to your target. The Apex LRF features an integrated laser rangefinder capable of capturing and displaying target distances accurately, within ±1 m., up to 1000 m.

Selectable Reticles

Apex internal memory contains 10 reticles of various shapes and applications. The color of the reticle can be switched from black to white.

Review of the Apex by Mike Powell

Mike Powell who has used all of the current Pulsar thermals has just fineshed his review on the Apex and it will be in next months issue of Sporting Rifle. His brief review is that its the best Thermal Imager that he has used so far. 

The Apex XQ50 LRF will be at The Game Fair 2017

The Game Fair 2017 is being held on the 28th-30th July. The Scott Country Stand will be on Gun Makers Row and the stand number is E664. We will have stock all the Pulsar range and that includes the Pulsar Apex XQ50 LRF. We will also have demo units there so you can try them before you make the purchase.

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