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Firefield Nightvision Monocular
Keeps target in sight when daylight subsides
Ergonomic, easy-grip design for quick and easy operation
PULSE IR illuminator optimizes quality and resolution
High-magnification and large-objective lens enhances night vision
Keep your target in clear sight when daylight fades with Firefield's Nightvision Monocular. Ergonomic, easy-grip construction offers a steady hold. Power-saving PULSE IR illuminator partners with a large-objective, high-magnification lens to supply optimum visibility after sunset and high-quality resolution as well as image quality. Rubber-armored, weather-resistant housing for exceptional durability. Lightweight, compact size is easy to use in a variety of applications including nighttime hunting, search, surveillance and general observation.

5X 8.07 FF224066G 36 15.2 oz. 50 2 AA 1 Regular Price: $249.99 Sale Price: $99.99

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Nice to see that BassPro hasn't killed off *all* of Cab's deals...

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Yeah sometimes you want to shoot but I bet a lot of times you don’t. Recon. Anyone ever heard of recon? Seeing what is going on?

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Forgive me for asking, but unless you're in the military or doing surveillance, what's the use of a NV monocular if you can't mount it on a gun or your face?

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In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

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In the land of the window blind, one slat missing is keen!

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In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is ostracized and eventually killed for being a freak who thinks he knows everything

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There are a few applications that come to mind - boar hunting, deer hunting, and why I picked one up - dealing with the coyotes. You may be able to see your targets unassisted, but you really want to make double-sure they are what you think they are.

When I go camping, there are quite a few noises in the distance I would like to identify.

Plus, this is probably the cheapest you will ever get them.

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The noises and being able to investigate makes sense. But if its really dark and you see a coyote with it, how will you shoot it if you can't see it while taking aim? Are you saying its really only useful for low visibility lighting and not pitch black darkness?

With use in conjunction with a weapon, I feel like NV would be only effective if you were able to use it while handling the weapon, no?

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I work for the railroad as a conductor. I could see this coming in handy on long shove moves in the middle of nowhere. There are several things you could use this for other than pew pew

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Darkness isn't binary (can see/can't see). If it is too dark, it's irresponsible to pull the trigger. You can often see shapes and movement and I would like to make sure that it isn't someone's Labrador. The comment wasn't meant for over-analysis.

That said, it works really well. Total darkness can be pierced with the IR projector that comes built in. This reminds me of the Starlight scope I used in the Army... same tech. Only this is 1/6th the weight, smaller, and has the IR light that will work in complete darkness.

If you don't want it or need it, it's a paperweight. If you have a use, this is a great price.

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Paid $80 when combined with the discounted Cabela's gift card.

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Worth $100. Had about a year now and take it pig hunting. It’s a pain to focus but works well for the price.

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For $100 this is a hell of a deal.. I own much higher priced night vision and this pro forms as very well for the money.

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Junk.

If you are not spending real money on NV, it will be junk - period.

All these "bargain" NV devices end up being disappointments.

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Well, it's a helluva lot cheaper and ~30# lighter than the snooperscope that the military thought was worth the effort 60 years ago. There's a lot of wiggle room between "I have limited budget & limited needs" and "I've got a mansion & overpriced guns, & I want whatever the military is spending megabucks on 'cause I can afford it: screw actually *needing* it..."

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Does this mount to a picatinney rail or scope taps?

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No, but it has a 1/4-20 socket on the bottom for mounting to a camera tripod.

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Also there are two focus adjustments, one for the eyepiece and one for the main lens. So you have to get both right. Read the instructions apparently some on the Cabela’s site reviews did not...

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^^^ This!
The thing is, the ocular [output lens] on this has an eyecup that doesn't appear to be adjustable, and the thing is screwed down tight & takes a bit of force to break the threads loose. Once you do, you need to look at something and focus it until the sparkles [all analogue Gen 1 has the sparkles] are *sharp*; then you can adjust the objective lens to focus. I'd bet a lot of people miss the fact the ocular needs focusing [as 1/2dutch said, "RTFM!"] and then give up on it because it doesn't give instrux on how to do it right, so they just keep getting fuzz from twiddling either lens...

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No, just a handheld. I bought one last year it is pretty good, lightweight, better than the other cheap night owl offered at Cabela’s. There are some small black spots in the field of view but these are normal and almost in noticeable when using it. Read my review at the Cabela’s site. For 100 bucks it is a good night vision tool. Take it back if you don’t like it....

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