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  1. For that money take a look at the Rico Iray 42 Joe....i know blokes that use them and are pretty happy with them.....They are a a 384 core 12 micron.... I just sold a Night Tech MS 42 for $2500...Good first thermal scope for someone.... Or....if you want to step up the scale, ill sell you my GSCI S350 thermal scope, same as Duncs, for $6,000....
  2. They are a great bit of gear BT....can always keep your edge on your knife easily with them....
  3. Ebay mate....they are around the $60 mark.....can be a little hard to find on there from time to time.....
  4. I used to run Gerber shorties....but now opt for the Buck 110....great folding knife that holds an edge and very robust..... The sharpener is a diamond steel that screws apart, goes inside itself and in its own pouch.....excellent for keeping an edge on your knife...light and small.....
  5. I like the front brace on the lens....but shit it looks high off the stock.....
  6. OK....well i am in the market for another thermal.......maaayyybeee not a Pulsar.....any other good brands around that you know of mate??????
  7. Just bought a Sako Finnlight 2 22-250 and will be putting a thermal on it....was thinking Pulsar maybe
  8. Geez... can’t complain about that mate....but of course we can ALWAYS count on superb service from the dealer in question.... Ha ha... your a bad man Duncs....
  9. Looking at a pair of 10x42 swaros myself at the moment....$3,400 in Ballarat........
  10. Bunny busting first off Dave....then into the pups next year when they are young and silly.....should near be able to walk right up to them and put a pill behind the ear....
  11. Yep...sure is mate....i have it set up on one of my Brno Mdl 2 22s..... Yeah....lashed out again Dave.....sort of a retirement pressie for myself....
  12. It has Dave....i have been out a fair bit with it and its all its cracked up to be and more....There has been a number of improvements from the Apex series to the Trail series....bigger built in battery, built in mic and recorder...better resolution and the list goes on....Accounted for 37 in 3 nights from the one property, 33 from another and that list goes on too....took another 5 on Saturday night..would be well in the 100s now taken with it this year......I am "OFFICIALLY" retired now.....so look out foxes next year......
  13. Last night was the first time i used it Dave....and there were some very notable differences....but early days yet to compare the two completely.....Once i learn how to use it i will be able to say more then....One thing the new trail has against the Apex is the trail works and the Apex doesnt....The Apex has got a bug in it somewhere and isnt feeling well at all...and is off to Pulsar for some repair work...so the new Trail has come at a good time....
  14. Lots of different gizmos on this one mate....all in different spots so its a learning curve all over again.....shot the first fox with it last night and it was great to look through, but hard to use as i was fumbling through the menu to find different settings that i wanted to use.....Ill get there...(i hope)....A couple of the features that are great, is that its a lot shorter than the Apex XD75 and has a built in recorder....the weight factor is down as the scope is smaller, and doesnt have the battery pack and the recorder hanging off the side....as i get more involved in the use and learn more about it i should be able to tell you more....
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