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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!


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” »

Introducing the NEW Digital Sentry 2x Night Vision Monocular

DS-LG1Huntington Beach, CA – Night Optics USA introduces a new digital night vision monocular.

Night Optics USA, a manufacturer of high performance night vision and thermal imaging systems for over 20 years, has introduced the new Digital Sentry 2x night vision monocular. Based on the very popular PVS-14 (Sentry 14) design, the Digital Sentry monocular features a ¼” CMOS sensor delivering full color images to the 330×224 pixel LED display. Continue reading “Introducing the NEW Digital Sentry 2x Night Vision Monocular” »

Visit Night Optics USA at FPED

Arial view of FPED ConferenceCome by and visit the Night Optics USA booth at the “Force Protection Equipment Demonstration [FDEP]” at Stafford Regional Airport in Stafford, Virginia.

Location: Stafford, Virginia

Tue, May 17, 2011 – Thur, May 19, 2011

About FPED

During the period 15-18 September 1997, the PM-FPS conducted the first FPED. Building on the success of the first demonstration, six additional demonstrations were conducted every two years with the last demonstration, FPED VII, taking place from 19-21 May 2009 at the Stafford Regional Airport, Stafford, VA. Over 7,500 participants from the Department of Defense (DOD), Federal, state, local, and foreign governments were in attendance. More than 600 equipment vendors and manufacturers displayed 3,200 pieces of physical security and force protection equipment. Due to continuing and increased sophistication of terrorist activity, constant advancements in technology to reduce vulnerabilities to terrorism, and the success of the past demonstrations, planning for FPED VIII is under way.

Schedule a visit | FPED website