But why not keep your glass optics day scope and use a night vision clip-on?
This night vision coyote hunt video was shot using Digital Crosshairs 1000R night vision clip-on. How many deer just got saved by this hunter?
I promise you will never find a night vision or thermal scope that gives you the clarity of good glass optics during the daylight, when you probably do most of your hunting. Coyote and wild hogs are a real problem today and night vision hunting is one of the best solutions next to trapping.
You will never find a digital scope that gives you the clarity of an optical zoom. Digital Crosshairs is a digital night vision scope clip-on that uses the optical zoom of your scope, not some fuzzy pixel enhancement that others do.
If you want to keep your Leopold, Vortex, Nikon or other quality scope and still enjoy night vision hunting to help with coyote problems or just put some pork on the grill, check out Digital Crosshairs Night Vision Clip-on .
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages approximately 10,000 acres of hunting land at West Point Lake. Each year rangers at West Point manage these lands with prescribed fire, the planting of food plots and dove fields, road maintenance, and timber harvests to diversify habitat.
In order to hunt on Corps of Engineers property, hunters must have a valid state hunting license as well as a Corps hunting permit which can be obtained from the West Point Project Management Office for $25 by phone, mail, or in person.
Digital #nightvision gives better target recognition.
With digital night vision you would be able to identify what you are shooting. With ATN thermal she probably saw a blob heat signature and had no idea what she was shooting other than it was alive.
Digital Crosshairs Night Vision Clip-on is an example of a digital IR night vision solution for hunting that shows a very clear high contrast black and white IR night vision image so you know what you are shooting is a hog!
Realtree Pro staff hunting expert and night vision specialist Paul Hodson takes us through his Top 5 Tips for Night Vision Preparation.
Before you even think about going shooting with night vision, you’ll need to do your homework. It’s not about going into a field, scanning the land and simply shooting a fox. If you’re lucky enough to have been given permission to shoot over a farmer’s field, who’s the best person to tell you where the foxes are?