Posted February 10, 2016 1:35 pm by Comments

By Jay Langston


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Armasight has introduced its Predator thermal imaging weapon sights to the sporting, law enforcement and military markets.

The Predator product line is based on the latest FLIR Tau 2 VOx microbolometer core. Each model of the line has optimizing performance, price, and state-of-the-art technology for a variety of uses and mission applications ranging from the seriously committed hunter to the military designated marksman.

While primarily designed as a weapon scope, the Predator functions equally well in its collateral assignments as a magnified spotting scope or handheld thermal imager.

Armasight’s new thermal imaging weapon sight is a solid-state, uncooled, long-wave-infrared, magnified dedicated weapon scope intended for day and night engagements without the need to remove the sight from the rifle.

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Source:: Tactical Life

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