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Thermal Imager Quantum XQ in www.rifleshootermagazine.co.uk made with the help of Scott Country, a dealer of Pulsar official distributor in the UK Thomas Jacks. Please find the original version of the report attached below.
As the non-shooting world abandoned itself to a Pokémon-catching game on their mobile phones, the rifle shooting world became obsessed with a new handheld thermal imaging device; but will it hit the spot for Chris Parkin?When it comes to night vision, especially in digital format, Pulsar is one of the top names to seek out. Alongside night vision, ‘thermal’ is getting cheaper and better by the minute, and although brilliant for detecting all animals over large areas, the latest updates are progressing towards the key advantage of high-end night vision in terms of detail inspection. Handheld spotters like the Quantum are, quite frankly, indispensable; one of those tools that, once used, are impossible to forget and easy to regret having ever seen as they are expensive. Frankly, for pest control, they move the goalposts so far it is hard to imagine continuing without one or going back. A bit of a Concorde moment, perhaps?
The Company usually carries out Distributors’ Conference every 3 years. This year the Conference was visited by 39 distributors who presented 24 companies from 20 countries.
We cordially invite you to visit our booth No. D80 at the hunting show "Arms&Hunting" in the atrium of Gostiny Dvor in Moscow, Russia (29 September - 2 October, 2016)
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