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Early Christmas Present to me - Thermal Optics - $5,000 budget #5310033 09/16/14 09:12 PM
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Headed to buy early Christmas present tomorrow. Has anyone messed with the FLIR 32 or IR Hunter Thermal Scopes for around $5,000. Any recommendations or thoughts greatly appreciated!

Going to put on my DPMS or Ruger 308 SR762

6AS

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Re: Early Christmas Present to me - Thermal Optics - $5,000 budget [Re: six_anthonys] #5312228 09/17/14 11:31 PM
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If I haven't already spoken with you, feel free to give me a call for a run down on the FLIR RS32 and IR Hunters.

Re: Early Christmas Present to me - Thermal Optics - $5,000 budget [Re: six_anthonys] #5314561 09/18/14 11:29 PM
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six_anthonys, give Thermal Outfitters a call. They rent and have some outstanding customer service that I've experienced. TNVC also has a special I saw on the IR hunters right now that are the lowest I've seen. Never purchased though them, but heard they also have a good reputation.

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