2019 SHOT Show Primer: Pulsar Thermion Riflescope

posted on January 18, 2019
U.S. Government research in cutting-edge technologies often trickles down to the consumer level, which has been the case in thermal imaging products — technology that costs tens of thousands just a few years ago is becoming increasingly more attainable for the average consumer. One such product from Pulsar Night Vision and Thermal Imaging will be available in summer of 2019. Pulsar's Thermion has traditional riflescope aesthetics packed with highly advanced features that elevate it into the thermal imaging category. Built from magnesium alloy, the Thermion features an AMOLED HD display, eight color modes, live streaming, onboard memory and more. Check out the video to get the scoop on this day/night optic powered by Pulsar.













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