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Yukon NVRS Tactical 2.5x50 Night Vision Rifle Scope, Weaver Mount

Yukon NVRS Tactical 2.5x50 Night Vision Rifle Scope, Weaver Mount

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This is a Gen 1 NV scope and will not stand up to heavy-recoiling firearms or magnum spring-piston airguns.

The Yukon NVRS Tactical Internal Focus 2.5x50 uses enhanced optics, a durable, titanium body and sleek design to separate itself from any other night vision riflescope.

The NVRS Tactical 2.5x50 has internal focusing ability and an ergonomic design to allow for more comfort during shooting. It is also equipped with a powerful 50mm lens to provide higher resolution and light gathering capabilities, and flip-up lens covers open to reveal quality multicoated optics and an illuminated reticle.

A built-in, powerful Pulse infrared illuminator is easily activated to enhance image brightness and increase range in total darkness; a precision windage and elevation adjustment and remote are additional features.

The NVRS Tactical 2.5x50 is also digital camera adaptable with the digital camera accessory; other accessories include a laser pointer, AK adapter, IR flashlight and doubler lens, which are all sold separately. The NVRS Tactical 2.5x50 is backed by Yukon's Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Magnification: 2.5x
Lens diameter: 50mm
Field of view: 15 degrees
Resolution, typical(lp/mm): 32-36
Focus range(yd): 1 to infinity
Eye relief: 45mm
Diopter adjustment: +4,-4
Detection range(yd): up to 230
Recognition range(yd): up to 120
IR illuminator effective distance(yd): up to 100
Reticle type: illuminated red-green duplex
Reticle windage/elevation adjustment: 1/2 MOA per click
Power supply; battery type feed voltage: (2) AA
Estimated power life, w/out IR: up to 50 hours
Operating temperature: -22 to +122 (f)
Dimensions: 10.0" x 3.1" x 3.3"
Weight: 33.5 oz
Weaver mount



Item Code: SM-FF26014T [PY-A-582]
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By Chairgunner from USA on 2017-12-25
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Things I liked: Clear and crisp images with good range, even without using the illuminator. You pay for the privilege and while I am no expert, I have tried a few different systems including ATN, Pulsar and Bushnell but this is the best Gen 1 or sub 1,000 dollar night vision device I have ever used. If anything I would consider this a Gen 1+ in that it is at the upper end of the resolution and sharpness for what this technology can detect at its given level. I absolutely own the night now and can pick off cans or (where legal as I travel a lot) pests after the sun goes down.

Things I would have changed: Not much. For the money it's an outstanding system and I feel thoroughly satisfied with its capabilities. One issue is that inside of 25-30 yards the focus is poor and inside of 20-25 everything is pretty out of focus, it won't focus any closer than that which is the opposite problem I've had with other night vision devices which past that distance the image quality degrades so it's still more pro than con. If I could only pick one I would rather see things a little farther like this system can. One regret is having waited to buy one. Like so many wonderful pieces of technology it is so practical and useful you will wonder how you ever made it without one. I should have bought mine sooner, if you're considering this, do it. Just don't use it in the daytime as the excess light can ruin the electronics.

What others should know: FYI mine is installed on a tuned Hammerli 850 Airmagnum that delivers about 17.5-18 or so FPE but what I shoot at the ranges I use it doesn't know the difference, mostly household objects. I understand that the scope costs significantly more than the gun even with its tuning and mods but I honestly feel there is a minimum threshold as with all technologies where if the quality is less than a certain amount they are not worth it. For example I have a pair of supposedly pretty decent night vision binoculars that cost slightly less than this scope but past 30-40 yards the images are pretty out of focus and the truth is that an inexpensive, $150 pair of 7x50 binoculars is more useful in almost all situations except the very darkest forest. The extra money is worth it for this system and I would consider it the minimum that is truly practical and useable for hunting, self defense and property surveillance in the night vision category.

 

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By johnj from USA on 2013-03-08
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Things I liked: I can see them night creeping critters. Works super with my Airforce rifle. Really good quality from a former Iron Curtain country.

Things I would have changed: Improve the IR light.

What others should know: Lets you whisper sweet nothings in the night critters' ears. Like another reviewer said " OWN the night! " The perfect and logical addition to an airforce Talon SS. It's worth getting one.

 

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By David from USA on 2010-05-28
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Things I liked: Own the Night - you'll wonder how you went so long without one.

Things I would have changed: Promote this product more

What others should know: Mounted on a GAMO CO2 Extreme. Kills critters in the dark just fine.

 

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  • Garrett from USA asked:

    Will this work on the centerpoint sniper 370 crossbow

    • Nathaniel from USA asked:

      Does it work with a Benjamin trail NP2

      • Stanley from USA:

        No per desription ?

    • gilberto from USA asked:

      would this hold on an ar 15

      • Stanley from USA:

        Yes.

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