That with the IR that comes with the scope, any other moon light that night? Not to good is it. Hard to have follow up shot with the smoke in your eyes, scope.
The date and time is wrong, as his was a few nights ago. But it was heavy woods with a lane cleared. The X-Sight II is not a starlight scope so it would have to be a super bright full moon to allow you to see with it. Any kind of muzzle smoke will mask the IR light as it will reflect off of it.
This is the stock IR light at 100 yards. The stock light is not that good, and have upgraded to the T-50 for general use, but I wanted to post a video of all stock equipment for those who were asking to see one.
But dead hog is the result! woot!