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    Quote Originally Posted by Linkless View Post
    I have a Sightmark Wraith HD that I have played with. I've shot it quite a bit in daylight and am quite happy with it. My range doesn't allow night time shooting but I could see pretty well to 100 yards out my front door and would expect 200 yards to be fine with the included illuminator. Eurooptic has demo versions available for $370.
    Interesting, may be worth picking up as I have been wanting to play around with NV and didn't want to drop thousands just to dabble in it. This seems like a very reasonable place to start.

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    Also, don't forget to check Dvor. They have The Wraith new at $365. They are a legit company. It will most likely ship from Optics Planet. I have purchased several nice scopes from Dvor and they all arrived with no issues. Fast shipping too.
    https://www.dvor.com/nightvision.html

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    Just ordered a Pard NV007 S from Optics Planet. It attaches to your current scope or optic. Didn't want a dedicated night vision scope for a few reasons. Mainly, price. LOL. I'll report back once I get it and get to play with it. Mainly going to use it on an FX Maverick air rifle to eliminate pests and plink around the yard. Will also be fun just using it off the scope to look around in the darkness.

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