Date: 21/11/2018 3:50

Bering Optics eXact Precision 2.6x44 Night Vision Monocular, Integral Weaver Mount

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Bering Optics eXact.

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  • Description
  • Customer reviews
  • Q & A: 2 answered questions
  • Night vision monocular
  • 2.6x magnification
  • 44mm objective
  • 59mmF/1.2 lens system
  • 200 ft field of view @ 200 yds
  • 20 deg. field of view angle
  • 1.5 yds to infinity focus range
  • 200 yds max recognition range
  • 275 yds max viewing range
  • 6mm exit pupil
  • 15mm eye relief
  • +4/-4 diopter adjustment
  • Approx. 25mW IR power
  • 850nm IR wavelength
  • 55 yds IR max effective distance
  • 25 hrs battery life when turned on
  • 70 hrs battery life when turned off (remove batteries when not in use to extend battery life)
  • -22 deg. to +113 deg. operating temperature (F)
  • +32 deg. to +140 deg. storage temperature (F)
  • Built-in infrared illuminator
  • Integral Weaver mount
  • Green LED ON indicator
  • Auto shut-off mechanism
  • Shuts off 2 seconds after exposure to intense light
  • 2 built-in 1/4" tripod sockets
  • Energy-efficient
  • Uses 2 AA batteries
  • 7.1"x3.94"x2.65"
  • 14.88 oz.
  • Limited lifetime warranty (2-yr warranty on image intensifier tubes)
  • Includes detailed instruction booklet, Weaver mount & eye flip (for pinpointing)

A very versatile night vision monocular, this Bering Optics eXact Precsion device can be used by itself or together with an open frame reflex sight, dot sight or holographic sight. Great for hunting, nighttime paintballing or airsoft skirmishes.

Item Code: BOP-BE16044 [PY-A-4237]
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By dave from USA on 2014-12-16
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Things I liked: Great for the price, it served well on my titan and now on my marauder.

Things I would have changed: I really hate the positioning of the illuminator. It shines directly into the window of every single red dot scope I've used, completely blinding me. I fixed the problem by putting a short hollow tube (the body of an old mini flashlight) over the light so that it sticks out past the reflex/red dot sight and it works perfectly.

What others should know: You will be blinded if you mount this in front of a red dot without the above mod or something similar. Your sight will need to be shielded from the illuminator. I took it a step further and hooked up a focusable 800mW IR laser to it, much brighter/farther and doesn't get in the glass of your sight.


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  • Armando from USA asked:

    this is a scope ? or a monocular?

    • Jon from USA:

      This is a night vision monocular. It has no dot, crosshair, etc. You can mount a reflex type scope in front of it (as lond as it has night vision acceptable brightness settings). Or, you could mount an infrared laser sight on the gun. I don't have one of these, but looked into them recently.

  • LvtheOtdrsman from USA asked:

    How about Cenetr fire or 22 LR out to 200 yards for night Predator or Varmint hunting ?

    • Cory from USA:

      I have not tested this unit but do have a lot of night vision experience and that would be at the far extreme of its ability if it is possible at all. Ambient conditions would need to be perfect for you to be able to recognize something for hunting. The area you would be hunting in makes a very large impact on what distance you would find it useful to also. Very clear areas with good moonlight are far superior to a area by a tree line in the shadows as an example. In the end as is the case with all hunting you would need to experiment and see if the product is capable for you in your given situation before using in the field.