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Night Vision Pulsar N750A

The Photon is only good for about 70 yds from what Ive read where as the N750A is good for over 200yds.
 
In conversation with a friend, who does a lot of foxing and testing of various systems, I mentioned this thread and he was less than complimentary about the Pulsar N750A. The main problem, according to him, is the device's inability to hold its zero. As a surveillance tool it is a fair bet but he certainly doesn't recommend investing a lot of cash in one!
 
In conversation with a friend, who does a lot of foxing and testing of various systems, I mentioned this thread and he was less than complimentary about the Pulsar N750A. The main problem, according to him, is the device's inability to hold its zero. As a surveillance tool it is a fair bet but he certainly doesn't recommend investing a lot of cash in one!

I bought one and I am impressed http://www.outdooradvantage.co.uk/pulsar-digisight-n750a-rifle-scope/ , 1 fox so far , they will loose zero if batteries are left out for two months or more or it may loose zero if you remove the scope then remount it , this is not unusual for any scope / mount system,most mounts never return to zero 100% , what these also have is three zero settings which allow you to set it up for three different rifles , so if you have a Picatinny rail on each rifle its a 5 minute job to change from one rifle to another.
I`ve not removed mine and re mounted yet but I`ll let you no if zero moves.
 
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