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#5824861 - 07/09/15 02:35 PM n750
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Experiences, thoughts, opines.. Anything better out there for the money? Budget isn't going to let me go much above this model..
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#5825114 - 07/09/15 06:02 PM Re: n750 [Re: T Bone]
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You know, they are what, $1500? I would really suggest getting a Sightmark Photon XT for about 1/3 the price and a decent external illuminator and use the $800 or so that you save on other gear, such as maybe a recorder.

With that said, the N750 is a very functional day/night scope. You can take hogs out to a couple hundred yards with a good illuminator (beyond what it comes with) and coyotes out to over 150. I used to own one before going thermal.

Any digital NV scope works better in open environmental more so than in cluttered environments.
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#5825137 - 07/09/15 06:22 PM Re: n750 [Re: T Bone]
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I would agree with DNS. The N750 is a great product, but you can do pretty much the same thing with a Photon XT. Take the extra cash and get a monoc for spotting.

#5850358 - 07/27/15 01:38 PM Re: n750 [Re: T Bone]
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Took this Hog with an N750 at 254 yards Friday night. With Pulsar you get what you pay for. The built in Laser Illuminator is very good and has a low medium and high setting.

My friend has the Photon and it is good but he could not see the hogs that I could see out at over 200 yards. Not that that is a distance I normally shoot hogs at night. But it does happen and we would have gone home skunked if I did not have it that night.!#Post5847792
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#5850393 - 07/27/15 01:56 PM Re: n750 [Re: T Bone]
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Registered: 05/30/11
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Yes with Pulsar you get what you pay for. I have an N750 and love it. Friend had a Photon and we compared side by side, difference was noticeable.

#5851158 - 07/27/15 09:16 PM Re: n750 [Re: T Bone]
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Don't have any experience with the N750, but I'm sure it is a good outfit.

On the other hand, I do have a fair amount of coyote killing experience with the Sightmark Photon. I never even bother with the onboard IR but feel it would be adequate to about 75 or so yds. Add a T-20 or equivalent and the Photon will see as far as you can safely shoot at night. I have killed coyotes and bobcats at over 220 yds. this past season. I regularly identify deer with the Photon at 400 yds. at night with no problem. Just sayin' you can buy a heck of an IR light with that $800.

#5853203 - 07/29/15 08:28 AM Re: n750 [Re: T Bone]
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I just received a new N750A warranty replacement from Sellmark in Mansfield, Texas.
It is noticeably clearer than the previous N750 and has some nice usable features added.
I also have a Photon 5X that I still use regularly also.
The new N750A is quite a bit better than the Photon.
Don't have a new Photon XT to compare to though.
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