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How water resistant is a pulsar quantum? #7088314
02/22/18 03:41 AM
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How much rain can you safely use a pulsar thermal or digital scope in?

Re: How water resistant is a pulsar quantum? [Re: Moe #2] #7088372
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The new Quantum Lites are IPX4 rated, that means slashing water from any direction. Basically rain isn't going to hurt it. That Core RXQ30V, Apex, Trails and Helions are all IPX7 rated. That means fully submersible in 3ft of water for 30 minutes. Can't ask for much more than that on any of those models.

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