http://www.identmarking.com/index.php/shop-online#!/Raytheon-W1000-9-Thermal-Weapon-Sight/p/58830737/category=14354139. $3250 shipped and insured.
This will also come with the military charging unit and military battery ($500 value). This battery will run 12 hours with the scope constantly on being used. It also comes with the other battery pack that takes 9 volt batteries.
The detection capability on this thing is ridiculous. The 100 mm lens allows it to pick up things that other thermals simply can't. Would make an awesome spotter and can also be weapons mounted. The ARMS mount legitimately returns to zero every time. I've taken 5, 5 shot groups and taken the scope off the gun and put it back on after each grouping at the range and every single time the POI is right back on bullseye. I store it in its pelican case, for traveling and storage, and slap it on the gun when it's time to shoot. Works like a charm every time. I've taken a good handful of hogs and predators with it. Raytheon made and sold these in a big contract with the U.S. Military. I believe after afghan/Iraq, the U.S. Govt sold the remaining unopened thermal scopes (new in box ) to Ident Marking for consumers to buy. It's rated for full auto .30 caliber. These scopes were literally built to take abuse from war. I would love to be able to keep it and mount it to the hood of my truck and wire it to a screen inside the cab to use for driving and scanning, but I don't have hat kind of spare $$.
In one video I'm sitting in a deer stand that's about 3 stories high when I shot the foxes.
In the other video, I was in the worst possible conditions for thermal. It was a rainy Hot humid summer night in west Texas. Everything was wet (these environmental factors inhibit and degrade thermal to performance). To my left was a thick tree line. THe second hog (the one I was originally stalking) can barely be seen at the top of the screen just before the first shot. After that the hog at the top of the screen bolts for the tree line to the left. What u are seeing is me hitting him through thick trees/brush at about 75 yards on a hot rainy humid wet summer night in west Texas.
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