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#1 bicykillgaz

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Posted 04 August 2010 - 08:37 pm

i've been offered a VOMZ PNS-D-4,6x52 nv rifle scope in exchange for my .410 hushpower,i'm after info on what there like and what are the effective ranges as it looks ok in the pics i've scene but knowing my look it'll be pants and i'll have let go of my beloved hushpower for a scope thats not fit for purpose!

if this isn't a very good scope is there any one else in lincolnshire with something better on offer?

any info would be greatly appreciated

atb gary

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Posted 04 August 2010 - 09:46 pm

i've been offered a VOMZ PNS-D-4,6x52 nv rifle scope in exchange for my .410 hushpower,i'm after info on what there like and what are the effective ranges as it looks ok in the pics i've scene but knowing my look it'll be pants and i'll have let go of my beloved hushpower for a scope thats not fit for purpose!

if this isn't a very good scope is there any one else in lincolnshire with something better on offer?

any info would be greatly appreciated

atb gary


This is russian military scope, when work good is very good, with x1 pp3 battery. infa red light on scope is no good, no enuff power. if you get extra power infa red is very good scope for 100 metre an more.I have use for hunt also. To test if work correc,take scope into field or garden with no bulb light,turn scope on & infa red also, can you see white specle in scope? if can see like snow fall, scope fk! If see 25 metre ok, is good, no use torch, will fk lens.

here link, chat to man also. http://www.thehuntin...ion-works-well/

Edited by clint, 04 August 2010 - 09:54 pm.


#3 bicykillgaz

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 09:38 pm

cheers for that mate, i've contacted davy he's giving me info about the scope i just need to find a decent but cheap laser ir illuminator now i don't suppose there is such a thing is there? the ones i've seen are all way over £100.

or if anyone want to swap a decent gen1 dedicated scope with laser ir or a cobra marlin add-on with laser ir for the following please contact me.

baikal hushpower .410, sling attached, neoprene stock cover holds 6 3" shells
79 x 3" subsonics
open loop canvas and leather cartridge belt
napier roll up slip
bore snake
lamping kit, flashlight with pressure switch and bracket to mount on 25mm scope plus ones to attach it to the moderator of the .410
2 x snap caps

cheers gary

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Posted 31 October 2010 - 07:10 pm

Get Yukon, infa red add on to go with PNS scope , you see fox to 150 meter plus. Is £100+ , is worth extra ££. No buy cheep infa red, waste money.

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Posted 31 October 2010 - 09:20 pm

This is what you need for a gen1 DON'T waste your hard earned on a ir led you will kick yaself unless it's air rifle ranges
http://www.nvscopes....ator N1000.html clive's gaff
http://www.nightvisi....uk/contact.php baldies gaff they not on his webby ring him

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Posted 01 November 2010 - 04:37 pm

Personally I would not buy any of the ex-eastern block NV stuff for one simple and legitimate reason - Horrendous ignorance to radiation shielding - the Russians didnt give to shakes about the safety of their troops when developing and issuing any of their NV kit and as such the tubes give off radiation at a level way above the world guide lines for safe levels - brain tumour - eye damage - get something else. We were told about this issue when I was in Army. My health is more important than an overpriced pice of russian crap thats 60 years old!

Hell even the original 'starlight' scopes are from the Vietnam era and they go for silly money, better off buying modern kit, smaller size less weight, safe to your health and only a few quid more.




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