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  • festering

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    I'd like to spend a lot of money, but that isn't an option...

    Which Wraith? Is HD good enough?

    Would guess so on that tiny screen... One thing I am not interested in is recording video, so displaying it on TV is also not my interest. It surprises me that none of these camera based devices eliminate that option for reduced complexity, but I suppose it wouldn't really reduce production costs...

    Sightmark SM28003 Quick Detach https://a.co/9rJYLlR
    The 2-16 has a much larger field of view. Unless you want to shoot them at 300 yards it is much better than the 4-32, and at those longer distances you will need a better IR illuminator than the one that comes with it.
     

    gll

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    I was ready to buy a Sightmark 2-16x25; almost ordered several times...

    Reread the posts I could find here on TGT and watched a bunch of youtube videos before I finally ordered an AGM Rattler TS25-256 today.

    That was a significant bump in cost for me, and really as far up as I could go. Not as good as even a TS35-384 or the even higher priced amazing nightvision and thermal out there, but I hope it will meet my needs, which is for varmints and predators (unless some worser threat raises its head) at ranges 200 yds or less. Most reviews rate the TS25-256 pretty good for that.
     

    oldag

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    I was ready to buy a Sightmark 2-16x25; almost ordered several times...

    Reread the posts I could find here on TGT and watched a bunch of youtube videos before I finally ordered an AGM Rattler TS25-256 today.

    That was a significant bump in cost for me, and really as far up as I could go. Not as good as even a TS35-384 or the even higher priced amazing nightvision and thermal out there, but I hope it will meet my needs, which is for varmints and predators (unless some worser threat raises its head) at ranges 200 yds or less. Most reviews rate the TS25-256 pretty good for that.
    Congrats. Let us know how you like the scope when you try it out.
     
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