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!
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” »
Night Optics Spokesperson/Reseller Ben Hansen from SyFy Channel’s Fact or Faked discusses the importance of Night Vision technology to the Sky Watcher community at the recent UFO Congress event in Arizona.
Night Optics Marketing Director – Rolando Petit discusses the new ultra light weight, Panther Series Thermal Weapons Systems with the good folks at AllOutdoors.com // Click the link below to view the full article/website.
With my familiarity with Night Optics and trust in their product, I felt most comfortable turning to them to fill my needs. The specific unit I ordered is the Explorer 320, a medium priced unit that was recommended to me by my rep since I did not want to break the bank on it. There are several variations on the build of these units, ranging from a gun scope to a monocular to binoculars. Being one that doesn’t generally like pointing my gun at something until I am ready and sure that I want to shoot it, I don’t personally like having a thermal scope. Additionally, with the stark contrast in resolution between this and regular night vision, I am of the school of thought to use this as a scanner and then night vision/spotlights to zero in on a target. With all of this in mind and after waiting for three days for UPS to ship it from the West Coast, it arrived in my hands last Friday…continue reading