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Old 08-19-2010, 12:42 PM
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coyote season is coming soon what are you using

just put a 3-9 redfield on my AR. and cut out a slit in the scope cover.

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Im going to use this, just as soon as I get some optics on it

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The actual setup varies, but something along the lines of this....



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Old 08-25-2010, 01:09 PM
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pvs 7 or 14??....thats next on my list
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Old 08-25-2010, 01:12 PM
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Well...MUM, the newer incarnation of the PVS14. Alongside the rifle in the first pic is a thermal viewer for target location then switch to the MUM for target identification and elimination.

Got the MUM from Vic at TNVC. Great company to do business with, couldnt say enough good about them.

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did you find those in the back of a supply room or do you just have cash to burn....thermals arnt cheep.
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did you find those in the back of a supply room or do you just have cash to burn....thermals arnt cheep.
Thermals are god awful expensive. I tell people where the night vision ends in pricing is where the thermals begin. They've come out with some pretty reasonably priced units lately, relatively speaking. Still looking at 3-4k but much better than the 10+ they normally seem to run.

In my case I got in a one hell of a lucky deal. I'm a member on another forum and one of the guys there bought out all of the cores a manufacturer had recently discontinued. He then made thermal units and priced them "too good to pass up" for the members who got ahold of him. First come first serve. I was in the last dozen or so to get one.

Its an older unit but therms is therms you know? You can see some video of it here...

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Heres the other varminter along with the hunting rig.



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