Pulsar announces sales launch of Argus LRF Rangefinder
April 28 2017
The Argus LRF G2+ 4x60 combines the high definition available through image tube intensifiers with increased functionality, something that previously was available only for digital riflescopes. This model is designed on the basis of Gen 2+ image tube intensifier and is equipped with an integrated laser rangefinder effective up to not less than half a kilometer, which covers the typical detection range of the scope at night.
Anyone who has tried night shooting knows exactly how hard it is to evaluate distance correctly for a perfect shot Precise shooting requires an exact knowledge of distance. The integrated laser rangefinder allows measuring range in single measurement mode and in scanning mode with precision up to ±1 meter (yard). It makes the challenge of hitting a target much more simple.
So, what attracts in Argus most of all?
3 Types of Zeroing Parameters Memorization
The software allows the user to save in riflescope's memory three points of impact for three various distances (types of weapon or cartridges), and each option allows the use of a dedicated reticle.
Memory of Argus LRF contains 4 electronic (digitally introduced in the field of view) reticles with adjustable brightness that differ in purpose and configuration.
Integrated Laser Rangefinder
Extra precise shooting requires an exact knowing of distance. Integrated laser rangefinder with range up to 500 m allows to measure distance in single measuring mode and in scanning mode with precision up to ±1 meter (yard).
High Shock Resistance
The Argus LRF riflescopes feature high shock resistance and can be used with rifled hunting weapon for such cartridges as 9.3х64, .30-06, .300, .375. etc, and with smooth-bore and airsoft weapon.
Built-in IR illuminator
The Argus LRF riflescope is supplied with a removable laser IR Illuminator (780 nm) complying with Class 1 laser safety featuring three-step power adjustment.
Wireless remote control
The wireless remote control allows basic operations to be fulfilled without resorting to standard controls.
Protective lens cap
Protective lens cap is permanently attached to the body to prevent it being lost and can be slid back down the body when observing or shooting.
Nitrogen-purged optical path
Nitrogen-filled optical channel protects inner optical parts and body of the sight against fogging, often caused by rapid temperature change.
Ingress protection class IPX7 (IEC60529 standard) allows exploiting riflescopes in the conditions of precipitation of any intensity. Argus LRF survives full underwater immersion.