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Solomark Night Vision Monocular, Blue-Infrared Illuminator #7574360 08/07/19 07:22 PM
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So those early morning when your waiting for it to get light sitting in a stand.............and you think you see something, but just cant tell (before shooting hours)

But you just want to know.............!

Anyone have any feedback on this guy .. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00THZ2NFE/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3NAF9JENREPWV&psc=1

Re: Solomark Night Vision Monocular, Blue-Infrared Illuminator [Re: chrswr] #7574469 08/07/19 09:13 PM
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Looks kind of cheap. View up to 300 ft. looks like a small field of view.
I have a Bushnell Equinox I have been using for years and it is just a little more money and is a great NV mono. Believe I paid 189.00, I can see 500 yds or more under the right conditions.
I have the 3x. The 4x and 6x have recording or picture taking I believe.


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