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    just tested few night vision scopes between R5000-R11000 inside of a big gun safe at city gun other day.

    the cheapest model is Yukon NVMT 3x42 Rifle Scope Kit.(R5000) and this model look pretty much suit able for night hunting.

    it's based on night vision monocular. with built-in IR and a dot of a laser pointer is used as an aiming reticle of the device. With mount and the laser pointer installed on the night vision or the rifle can be used independently during the day.







    http://www.lojadasarmas.net/yukon/nvmt5.jpg


    http://45rmc.net/vybava/nvmt2_pohled.jpg












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    How heavy is it?

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    gen1?

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    weight around 500g.

    Gen 1


    there is another model called NVMT Ranger 3x42 Rifle Scope Kit with internal crosshair. windage and elevation available on internet for US$400




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    See the 3 pic's in the "open gallery", its currently sitting on my Airforce Condor. Comes with a couple of Camera mounting rings, remote switch in a cover bag. Has Illuminated crosshairs and IR light, wind and elevation adj's.

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    Yes, but yours is russian made...pricey aren't they?

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    Wants $400 for it when I've checked it out properly but may be able to get it cheaper.

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    Thats not bad at all! Brian, when are you coming back so you can sneak one through for me??

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    My Russian accomplice isnt here at the moment, I'll be home before the end of the month I think.

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    By the time you get home your xmas prezzy will be waiting...

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    Pigs can fly.....

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    Yes, and your Steyr will look nice in my safe...next to mine.

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    What do you guys think of the "adapter" that you just slip over the back of your scope and wha-la night vision? Gen 1 is about 200 pounds.

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    Didnt see that....

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    Here is the link
    [link=hyperlink url]http://www.sovietbazaar.co.uk/nvsxvd.htm [/link]
    The price is 298 pounds.

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