The monocular is connected to the thermal imaging attachment using a bayonet assembly. The bayonet coupling features high reliability and rapid attachment speed. The thermal imaging attachment can be removed from the adapter in front of the optical riflescope and transformed into a thermal imager in seconds with no need for any tools, just the Pulsar 3x20B monocular. The reverse is just as fast.
The dedicated mechanical part will help you adjust the position of the screen of the attachment using Pulsar 3x20B monocular’s field of view. Now the observation is complete, informative and smooth.
The monocular provides an optimal 3x magnification for field observation when used together with a thermal imaging attachment. The optical scheme of the 3x20 B monocular guarantees total diagonal visibility with the Proton and Krypton displays returning wide-ranging information during observation.
The Pulsar 3x20 B monocular weighs less than 100 grams – the hunter gets a full-fledged thermal imager at a sensible weight.
The neck strap makes it easy to use the monocular and attachment in the field together. The strap protects the optical devices against accidental falls and makes long-term wear comfortable and easy.
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