Both the bino and mono are good, its down to each individuals choice and of course PRICE
That's a good indepth report of the nd3x50, but with all those foxes about I think you need me to come and sort them out for you http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
I don't think I'll rush out and buy one but it seems like they do have a place for the closer shots. Im now more interested in the range finder and how it works with the nv, is it like a scope with an add on? I don't know whether to go for bino rangefinders or a mono rangefinder any advice?
The rangefinder works the same way as it does on a day scope, i don't use it to much as i'm just building a gen2 add-on for this , i am a bit concerned with the rangefinders laser as this could do damage to my gen3 tube if used on a regular basis.
I have no farms with game birds on within 5000 acres so no one shoots the foxes, i have a deal with the farmers and thats because a lot of public have chickens and geese in the area which get hammered but the fox helps the farmer by eating the rabbits (yeah right, a good fox is a dead fox)
Also we get the RSPCA dropping them off, they put 500 foxes into the area last year, great fun