While the hot-as-magma market for guns and ammunition has dominated the news, optics are also selling at a record pace. Fortunately, optics manufacturers have been able to develop and introduce a dizzying array of new products, including new thermal & nightvision optics.
Pulsar recently introduced the Axion XM30S, a thermal vision monocular with an incredible range of features.
Lots of folks just bought new firearms during both the COVID-19 pandemic and recent riotous social unrest. Many of those guns need (or at least should have) an optic mounted. No matter your firearm, budget, intended use or requirements, we’ve got a newly introduced optic for you, including some that don’t need to be mounted on a gun at all.
Night-vision devices don’t have to cost as much as a used car. The latest monocular from Bushnell can give you the ability to spot threats in the dark without breaking the bank.
Night Optics announced the launch of its new Sentry 14 Night Vision Monocular as a target-recognition device that performs a great distances.
Does the Leupold LTO Tracker, marketed as a thermal observation and game-recovery tool, have any practical applications in the personal-defense world? One expert thinks so.