Check out the new and improved TG-7 thermal goggle!

It’s back by popular demand! Take a look at the video below!

Walking around with the TG-7 thermal goggle is an effortless, immersive experience. Details and textures are crisp with our high performance mix of precision optics, custom thermal core and high grade OLED displays! Check out the video footage below, captured using a DVR while helmet mounted. Its awesome!

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Check out the new Vulkan 3 Thermal Biocular

The Vulkan Series thermal imagers have always been the benchmark in its class! We’ve taken it another step with the new Vulkan 3 thermal biocular. Our focus was to build a system that featured a high level of performance at the forefront but also be much lighter weight for extended periods of use. High grade OLED displays and ultra high quality US made germanium optics work together with our custom thermal cores to deliver excellent imaging with rich contrast! Though it is difficult to translate real world performance from the confines of our industrial park, it is easy to see that details and textures are abundant !

Take a look at the video below!

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Watch: Hog Hunting with the Panther 336 Thermal Riflescope

Texas guided hunting company “Bad Ass Hogs & Dogs,” a long time Night Optics customer recently picked up a shiny new Panther 336 Thermal Riflescope with complementary DVR (digital video recorder) and shot some awesome video during the month of July.

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Friday The 13th

One of our amazing customers and owner of an Argus 740 and more recently, a high spec unfilmed Marauder 750, sent us an amazing story about his experience hunting coyotes on his property on Friday, May 13th 2016! Read below, really good stuff!

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Friday the 13th
By: One Happy Veteran

No, this is not a horror story, that is, unless you are a fawn eating coyote!

It’s the middle of May and whitetail does will start dropping their fawns at any time here in Leon County. Once the fawns hit the ground, coyotes will be hunting the fawns for their breakfast, lunch and dinner. I know, because I have killed coyotes that were hunting fawns in the morning, at noon and night. Continue reading “Friday The 13th” »