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AN/PVS-30 front end thermal #7208433 06/26/18 01:45 AM
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Does anyone have any experience with the pv30. I understand itís pretty tough since itís mil std. no bells and whistles just a tough accurate front add on. Anyone?

Re: AN/PVS-30 front end thermal [Re: Sarge3] #7208443 06/26/18 01:53 AM
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I donít know of a pvs 30 thermal. Maybe you meant I2? You can still get them factory refurbished. Theyíre pretty nice if you could get your hands on one

Re: AN/PVS-30 front end thermal [Re: Sarge3] #7208775 06/26/18 03:12 PM
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they are the shizz whizz..... I've used a buddies, then I got one but I haven't used mine yet. We were shooting 500yrds on steel 1/2 moon night like it was the middle of the day we could spot misses in the berms and impacts gave off an nice spark

I also have a Armasight Co-X gen3 mil spec. both units are great and have the same tube in them but the PVS 30 is designed for long range and it killed the Co-X past 400yrds also usable magnification w/ the 30 was 15x where as the Co-X was the high side of 8x.

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Re: AN/PVS-30 front end thermal [Re: Sarge3] #7209064 06/26/18 08:31 PM
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Yep used it a bunch. Not thermal but a really nice I2 unit. I've used it comfortably in the 10-18 magnification range. Its where its at for long range shooting at night. bulky and heavy but built like an absolute tank.


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