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Experience with either? #5325722 09/25/14 02:28 PM
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Purchased a Pulsar N750 rifle scope and mounted it on my 6.8 SPC. I'm looking for a digital monocular for scanning and spotting. Anyone have experience with either one of these?
http://www.pulsarvision.com/digital-nigh...4105203729.html
http://www.amazon.com/Bushnell-Equinox-D...cular+4.5x+40mm
I want something digital that I can scan with out to 150 yds or so and not have to use the rifle.


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Re: Experience with either? [Re: Bar-D] #5338570 10/02/14 07:25 PM
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I haven't heard much on the Equinox. Pulsar is excellent at backing their product line with a 3 year warranty. I have looked through the 550's. It is a decent budget digital monocular. I might step it up a notch or if at all possible I would hold out for a thermal spotter like the Pulsar HD38 or the 19 if that is what the budget will live with.

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Agreed, went with the Pulsar.


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definitely save a little longer for a thermal monocular. They're a game changer. I briefly owned the Pulsar HD19s. It's gonna be your best bang for your buck. Way better than the comparable flirs. Only reason I got rid of it is I got a killer deal on an eotech x320.



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Would have loved to have gone straight thermal, scope and all. Unfortunately, not in the cards. I think I will be able to make a difference with the digital setup. Thanks guys.


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