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I’ll tell you what you want; what you really, really want. A riflescope that uses a micro channel plate multi-alkaline photocathode with a built-in power supply. Preferably one whose plate incorporates millions of short, parallel glass tubes. Lucky for you, the latest generation ATN Night Arrow6-2 is now available. The company claims it’s even more useful for shooting varmints at night. In theory. In practice, TTAG’s Nick Leghorn is set to test and evaluate the $1,599 scope in the dead of night. So to speak. Specs and product shot after the jump . . .

ATN Night Arrow6-2 Specifications

IIT Generation 2
Magnification 6x
Resolution 45-54 lp/mm
Power Supply (1) 1.5V AA battery
Battery Life 30 hrs
FOV 5°
Range of Focus 10m to Infinity
Operating Temperature -40°C to +50C°
Storage Temperature -50° to +70° C
Environmental rating Water resistant
Dimensions 335 x 103 x 93mm
13.2” x 4.1” x 3.7”
Weight 1.7 kg/ 3.8 lb
MSRP $1.599.00

The ATN Night Arrow6-2 also features the Total Darkness IR System, Proshield Lens Coating and Automatic Brightness control. Accessories include a detachable IR450-B4 infrared illuminator, battery, instruction manual, lens tissue and warranty card in a soft carrying case.

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  1. Most of us will never have a location or opportunity to safely shoot in total darkness, but it’s still cool that Gen 2 night vision is finally coming down in price a bit. I’ve had a Gen 1 monocular for years now. It’s solidly built, but Gen 1 night vision is so vague and blurry that it’s really just a toy.


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