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  1. Blackwood Outdoors

    Pulsar Axion Thermals

    Still have some Axion Key XM30, Axion XM30 and Axion XM38 models left. Shipped RM Special .Online orders only.
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    moa rails for pard nv 008

    Every rifle rail and mounts are different. They can't all be optically centred for windage and elevation perfectly every time on every rifle.... Photons are far worse for this issue. If it really boils your piss, don't use anything that requires some some slight adjustment at times and stick to a rear add on or some other unit..
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    moa rails for pard nv 008

    Cut a piece of tin with some snips from a tin of coke and then place it between the unit and its rail at the rear.. You can also adjust windage slightly as theres some play on the rail then tighten.
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    Pard on non parallax scope?

    Front or side it doesn't matter, the Hawke Sidewinders are goods with NV and not a bad scope for the .223
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    Pulsar Helion XQ38F and XQ50F available

    Sorry we just got them back in stock.
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    Pard on non parallax scope?

    You will require a parallax adjustable scope to focus at various distances. The NV007 unit is focused on your scope reticule and remains that way. You then use your parallax adjustable scope to focus in at various ranges. A non parallax adjustable scope is not suitable. You will need to get a scope that parallaxes down to around 10-15yds for best performance.
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    Pulsar Axion Thermals

    Arriving with us at the weekend.
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    Pulsar Axion Thermals

    Just a heads up we have a very limited amount of Axion models arriving possibly this weekend or just after for anyone interested. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/pulsar-axion-key-xm30-thermal-monocular https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/pulsar-axion-xm30-thermal-monocular https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/thermal/pulsar-axion-xm38-thermal-monocular
  9. Pulsar Helion XQ38F and XQ50F thermal models available. Contact for pricing. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/pulsar-helion-xq38f-thermal-monocular https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/thermal/thermal-monoculars/pulsar-helion-xq50f-thermal-monocular
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    Thermal spotter

    Helion XQ38F models Contact for member pricing. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/thermal/pulsar-helion-xq38f-thermal-monocular
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    Pulsar n455

    Yes and the N455 will be replaced by the N450 shortly after it is released. More powerful IR in the N450 model. Then later an N450 LRF will be released.
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    Thermal spotter

    Give me a shout, I should have the new Axion XM30 12micron models as soon as there released in the UK in the next couple of month.
  13. Blackwood Outdoors

    Pulsar Accolade LRF XQ38 Models

    In stock with integrated 1000m laser range finder built in, the Pulsar Accolade LRF XQ38. Message for great forum member deals.. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/thermal/thermal-binocular/pulsar-accolade-lrf-xq38-thermal-binocular
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    New - 12mm 1080P NV007 Night Vision Models

    Special offer for forum members use 1080P coupon code to purchase for £349.99 including free shims and free next day delivery. 16mm Unit https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/1080P-Pard-NV007-Night-Vision-Rifle-Scope-Add-O 12mm Unit https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/night-vision/pard-night-vision-thermal-products/1080P-Pard-NV007-Night-Vision-Scope-Add-On-12mm
  15. Due to interest we are now offering a 12mm model as well as the standard 16mm. The 12mm produces a finer reticule, with less magnification, it also allows better focus adjustment under 20yds for airgun use and slightly more field of view at the same magnification. The 16mm has slightly more magnification so its plus point is it gives a bigger image than the 12mm on the same scope magnification, so this mean you can use a lower optical magnification on your day scope allowing more IR through, useful if you want to shoot out to longer ranges 200-400yds as you can use a less scope magnification as mentioned. Example 12mm - 6x optical day scope magnification equivalent to around 7x 12mm - 4x optical day scope magnification equivalent to around 4.5-5x (More field of view at closer range) 16mm - 4x optical day scope magnification equivalent to around 7x - (Less field of view at closer ranges) For ratting if you want to use 3x-4x then 12mm will give you more field of view on the 16mm on 4x it will be more like 7x. It also allows better focus adjustment for sharpness under 20yds using a 12mm lens. Both have the same overall unit and camera, sensor etc and both work very well on all calibers from airgun to centre fire. If the majority of your shooting is airgun or rimfire OR you prefer slightly less magnification on the reticule go for the 12mm If you prefer to use higher magnification range go with the 16mm as you can keep the optical magnification down to allow more IR through whilst still getting the same size target as a 12mm on a higher magnification . Or if your going to be taking longer range shots at higher magnification, for example foxing out to 350yds. Both work very well regardless and it's down to personal preference when making a purchase. https://www.blackwoodoutdoors.co.uk/1080P-Pard-NV007-Night-Vision-Scope-Add-On-12mm