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Overview of the new Pulsar Helion XP50 Thermal Spotter #6794140 06/15/17 03:01 PM
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Feel free to ask any questions. This one now belongs to my buddy and I've bought the XP28 for myself. Will be giving a run down on it soon also.



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Re: Overview of the new Pulsar Helion XP50 Thermal Spotter [Re: MDMORROW] #6794226 06/15/17 04:12 PM
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What type of replaceable lenses do you recommend - I'd like to see a comparison of what it comes with and a much larger lenses -

Great review


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Re: Overview of the new Pulsar Helion XP50 Thermal Spotter [Re: MDMORROW] #6794411 06/15/17 07:21 PM
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Thank you sir! The one pictured is the largest they make presently (50mm) but they will have others available later. Right now it comes in 28mm, 38mm and 50mm. But it's really cool how easy it is to swap. Could see that being handy later on.


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