I'd be glad to throw out some suggestions but honestly, I think we need some sort of a total budget estimate for the project. You could spend as little as $550 on a Sightmark Photon RT digital NV rifle scope, $50 on a set of rings and buy the new Sightmark Signal digital NV monocular for $399 and be set. That would be around $1,000.
If you want thermal an entry level scope is going to run you $1,900-$2,500 and a decent thermal monocular will run you $1,700-$2,500.
Without knowing your budget it's going to be hard to make any really good suggestions on what they best value is. For some people the best value is all digital and that fits their budget and needs. For other guys, they have a thermal budget and will never be satisfied with digital NV. Not trying to be nosy, but I think we just need a little more info to really offer good advice.
Edited by Outdoor Legacy Gear (04/02/18 10:02 AM)
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