AGM Asp TM35-384 Thermal Monocular Review
The AGM TM35-384 Thermal Monocular- Great Image Quality at a fair price. The TM35-384 is a medium-range thermal monocular from AGM Global Vision. AGM Global Vision is a new company with a lot of new thermal optic products for the Night Hunter. AGM really made a hit at Shot Show 2020 with their new lines of Thermal Scopes and Monoculars.
Pulsar Thermion Thermal Scope Review
The Pulsar Thermion Thermal Scope series features a new look, high-performance thermal cores and competitive prices for 2019. Thanks to Outdoor Legacy Gear, we got to put a new Pulsar Thermion to the test. The model we will be reviewing is the Pulsar Thermion XP38 1.5-12x Thermal Rifle Scope.
Sightmark Wraith Digital Night Vision Scope Review
The initial review of the new Sightmark Wraith Digital Night Vision Scope. The Wraith is a 4x32 x50 digital day and night vision rifle scope. The hipe is proving to be true. Easy to use, great quality, great value! It can be used as a regular rifle scope during daylight hours with a full-color high definition 1080 display or used as a night vision scope during nighttime.
Pulsar Axion XM30 Thermal Monocular Review
Pulsar's new Axion Thermal Monocular series is their latest offering for hand-held thermal scanning. The Axion line of thermal monoculars is Pulsar's entry level thermal scanner and brings affordability to the hand-held thermal market without sacrificing quality and features
Thermal Optics Terminology Explained
Thermal Optics Terminology can be confusing. When a hunter or consumer is thinking about purchasing night vision or thermal scopes they need a basic understanding of the terms used to describe these optics. This post is intended to help people new to thermal scopes and handhelds better understand those thermal optics terms.