CLICK ADJUSTABLE MOUNT ZEROING BLOCK
Zeroing block ZB Lite is a universal mounting base that allows you to mount a variety of accessories to a gun weaver base, and allows you to change the elevation and windage to zero it . Zeroing is effortlessly done with traditional feel rifle scope turrets, which can be used with ease at any time and without any special tools. It can zero a range of devices such as laser sights, illuminators, laser range-finding modules, telescopic sights and red dot sights. Additionally, it can be used to increase the elevation of a generic rifle scope, for shooters that need to cover targets close up to them.
NEW FUSION 14x30 ELECTRONIC STABILISATION BINOCULARS
The New Fusion 14x30 Electronic Stabilization binoculars allows you to have a high quality viewing image with no more shakes or jitters all at 14 times magnification.
Magnification - 14x
Vibration Compensation Angle - 3
degrees vertical & horizontal
Objective lens - 30mm
Exit pupil - 2.1mm
Eye relief - 15mm
I/P distance - 55-75mm
Close focus - 3.5m
Field of view - 4.4 degrees
Brightness - 5.5
Power - 2 x AAA batteries
Continuous run time - 12 hours approx.
Auto OFF - after 5 minutes of no movement
Dimensions - Length 150mm x Width 110mm x Depth 50mm
Weight - 425 grams *Includes Case and neck strap
12 month warranty
NEW for 2021
VORTEX FURY® HD 5000 AB 10X42
The next generation Fury® HD 5000 AB takes the guess work out of dialing long-range shots with in-display ballistic data, built-in environmental sensors, and wind bearing capture mode, which means less time calculating ballistics and more time putting rounds down range.
Getting the Drop on More Hogs: Scouting, Setups and a Thermion, Oh My!
Whether you’re trying to get more hogs, or just one, seeing is the most critical element in the hunting dynamic, day or night. Good friend and History Channel’s season 2 Top Shot winner Chris Reed said it best, “You can’t hit what you can’t see”—targets or pigs and a key to getting the drop on more is simply seeing more. And, seeing them when they are most active—at night. Circling back to tidy things up a bit here, thermal is, hands-down, the best way to see more feral hogs.
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