So you want to shoot hogs at night. Good for you! Pest species, they are. But you’ve got a limited night vision optic budget and you’d really rather not take your existing scope off your go-to hunting rifle. Ba-Bam! Pulsar’s Forward F135 and F155 optic fits the bill. Which is $1199.99. Looks a tad unwieldy but we’ll let you know. Press release below . . .
(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Pulsar pushes the limits of image quality with their new line of digital night vision attachments; the Forward F135 and F155. Designed to fit in front of your go-to day scope and convert it to a digital night vision optic, the Pulsar Forward F attachment easily connects within seconds. Ideal for hog and predator hunting, its 702×526 CMOS sensor and high-resolution 640×480 AMOLED display provide seamless clarity and a detection range of 500 yards in the darkest of conditions.
Leading the industry in technological innovation, Pulsar is the first and only company to provide shooters a digital night vision attachment. Providing shooters the option of onboard recording and built-in wifi, Pulsar Forwards feature live streaming to YouTube™ and smart devices through its new Stream Vision App giving every hunter the chance to not only relive their adventures but show their friends their perfect kill shot.
Included with the Pulsar Forward F series is a modular 940nm LED IR illuminator, a quick change rechargeable 9-hour battery pack, lens covers, carrying case, charging kit, MicroUSB cable, lens cloth and user manual.
Every Pulsar device is designed, manufactured and tested to ensure demanding professionals receive the most reliable, most advanced thermal and digital night vision performance the industry has to offer. The result of Pulsar’s commitment to industry-leading excellence is consistent world-class quality, precision engineering, seamless device operation and cutting-edge proprietary software. Pulsar produces an array of advanced optical devices designed for law enforcement, security, home defense and hunting applications, including thermal imaging and digital night vision monoculars and riflescopes, night vision binoculars and goggles, rangefinders, IR flashlights and related accessories. To learn more about Pulsar, visit www.pulsarnv.com.
One of these days I’ll be tacticool and get me some o’ that fancy night vision… although I’m sure as soon as I buy they will come out with a new generation that is waaaaay better.
And waaaaay cheaper…
Hey, Jeremy – See if you can borrow Nick’s suppressed SBR 300 BLK and bolt that on it and let us know how it went…
Get the sensor from the Sony A7S series into a rifle optic and
you have a pretty good start on something useful