Pulsar Thermion XM50 thermal imaging riflescope

Pulsar Thermion XM50 thermal imaging riflescope

Text: Franco Palamaro / all4hunters.com / all4shooters.com
Photo: Franco Palamaro © Franco Palamaro

The sleek and streamlined exterior of the surprising Pulsar Thermion resembles a daytime riflescope, however it disguises a state-of-the-art thermal imaging hunting riflescope! Under test, the flagship model in the XM Series of the Pulsar Thermion, the XM50, featuring the range’s highest native magnification ratio. MRSP is under 4000 euro.

We first saw prototypes of the Pulsar Thermion thermal imaging hunting riflescope in Las Vegas at the 2019 SHOT Show , and again at IWA a few months later . Our surprise was due to the quite unremarkable outward appearance of the optronic device: a somewhat large, but still elegant and streamlined, hunting riflescope displaying all the standard features of such a familiar scope: a standard 30 mm mounting surface tube, a classical bell-shaped front objective with large focus ring, three tall turrets where you would expect them to be, a generously sized eyepiece and rugged, full machined metal construction...

 

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