MARK RIPLEY TESTS OUT THE ever POPULAR HAND HELD THERMAL IMAGER PULSAR HELION XQ38F AND THE PULSAR TRAIL XQ50 THERMAL RIFLESCOPE IN THE LATEST ISSUE OF SPORTING RIFLE MAGAZINE.
Well known long range shooter Mark Ripley is armed with an array of Pulsar gear as he hunts down the local foxes in this months issue of Sporting Rifle Magazine. To read the full article click the here or the button at the bottom of the page. To find out more information on the products that Mark used please read below. To find out more about Mark Ripley you can go to his Youtube page 260Rips.
Pulsar Trail XQ50 Thermal Riflescope:
The Trail XQ50 thermal riflescope is the perfect thermal for foxing due to its long range detection of 1800m (man sized object) and its 2.7x to 10.8x magnification. The Trail also comes with Picture in Picture in mode making it easy to close in on your target while giving you a wide field of view at the same time.
The Pulsar Trail XQ50 retails at £2989.95 and is available here.
Pulsar Helion XQ38F Hand held thermal imager:
The Helion XQ38F hand thermal is one of our most popular hand thermals due to its low cost and great performance. it has a detection range of 1350m, magnification of 3.1x-12.4x and wide field of view of 9.8° making it very efficient and easy to spot your target. The Helion also comes with built in wifi, integrated recording and picture in picture mode.
The Pulsar Helion XQ38F retails at £2089.95 and is avaiable here.
To read the Full article please click the button below or read it in the latest issue of Sporting Rifle Magazine.