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These are our top picks for Air Rifle Night Vision. We’ve chosen these based on our experience of using these scopes in the field.
Night vision units come in a few different designs:
‘Add on units’
Add on units connect to the front or back of the scope and use the scopes reticle and magnification. These work best on scopes without advanced lens coating as this can stop the infrared light from being detected by the unit. Objective lenses with a larger diameter are preferred for greater light gathering, which gives you a better sight picture and makes it easier to detect your quarry.
Digital units are designed to be used as standalone night vision scopes. They have all the features of a standard scope built into the unit. Units like ATN are built to work in day or night conditions so you don’t need to switch scopes between day and night. This also helps with zeroing and setting up your aim points.
These are the best quality night vision optics. However,
These are the best quality of night vision optics, however they are very delicate to light, if you turn it on in daylight you will damage the tube causing the quality to rapidly deteriorate.
The Yukon Photon XT 6.5×50 night vision riflescopes can be activated and used in the daylight without the fear of being damaged immediately or in the long run. The reticle is electronically displayed on the screen and is permanently located in the plane of target image. The Photon XT’s internal memory contains 6 reticles of various shapes and applications in 3 colors. The Yukon Photon XT 6.5×50 riflescope feature a 60 mm eye relief – one of the best parameters in its class. The greater is the eye relief the less traumatic is the use of the scope, especially on hunting weapons with considerable recoil.
£725.00 – £779.00
The new ATN X-Sight 2 HD 3-14×50 is powered by Obsidian II Core, utilizing HD optics and the first ever HD micro-display turns this Day/Night rifle scope into a true powerhouse. With the new ATN X-Sight 2 HD you are able to make your shots at ranges previously undo able with a digital or a night scope.
New to the Pulsar Digisight series is the Pulsar N970 LRF; it is the new and most advanced digital night vision riflescope made by Pulsar so far. The same great features of the Pulsar N870 are found in the Pulsar N970 LRF Digital NV Digisight which include an integrated laser rangefinder, and new advanced variable magnification.