Pulsar Thermion Thermal Imaging Riflescopes

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Tech

Hunting is a sport of precision and patience where a swift one-shot kill is equivalent to a savage knockout haymaker thrown with incredible technique. To help you improve your accuracy out in the field, Pulsar has come out with the Thermion Thermal Imaging Riflescopes.

Constructed from a lightweight aircraft-grade 30mm-tube and recoil rated up to 6,000 Joules for excellent performance, these scopes are meant for elite hunters. They use state-of-the-art thermal imaging and are capable of video-recording and capturing photos of your hunting performance thanks to its built-in 16GB internal memory. It also comes with the Stream Vision app so you can connect the Thermion to your smartphone or tablet and use it as a secondary display or remote. See everything with the scope’s HD AMOLED display for crisp, high-resolution images every time you take your rifle out for some action. Depending on the scope model you choose, you can have up to a 2,300-meter detection range and up to 8x digital zoom. The legality of these scopes vary depending on location — you’ll need a special license to purchase one.

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