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Yukon Nvrs Titanium 2.5X50 Varmint Hunter Night Vision Riflescope

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  • Night vision riflescope with 2.5x magnification and 50mm objective lens
  • Pulse infrared illuminator enhances image brightness and range in total darkness
  • Durable titanium body; multicoated optics deliver brighter, crisper images
  • Long mount accommodates range of rifles, including bolt-action designs
  • This item is restricted for sale to the state of California and outside the US
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Product Description

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Hunt with confidence even after the sun starts to set with the Yukon Varmint Hunter 2.5x50 night vision riflescope. Equipped with enhanced optics, a durable titanium body, and a sleek ergonomic shape, the Varmint Hunter stands out from the crowd in the riflescope category. The Varmint Hunter incorporates a long mount into its ergonomic housing, helping the scope accommodate a wide range of rifles--including bolt-action styles--while also keeping you comfortable. The scope's powerful 50mm lens and multicoated optics, meanwhile, deliver brighter, higher-resolution images, so you can clearly see your prey from a distance. The scope's most glaring feature, however, is its powerful Pulse infrared illuminator, which enhances image brightness and range in total darkness. The IR illuminator lets you track a deer or rabbit in the black of night, or get an early start on your hunting without waiting for the sun to rise.

The Varmint Hunter also includes a number of riflescope essentials, including precision windage and elevation adjustments; an adjustable lit red-on-green reticle; a remote control with "on/off" and "IR on/off" settings; a flip-up objective lens cover; and a standard Weaver rail mount system. Digital camera adaptable with the use of a digital camera accessory (sold separately), the Varmint Hunter comes with an on-rifle carrying case and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Specifications

  • Image intensifier tube: Gen1
  • Magnification: 2.5x
  • Lens diameter: 50mm
  • Field of view: 15 degrees
  • Resolution: 32 to 36 lp/mm
  • Focus range: 7 yards to infinity
  • Eye relief: 45mm
  • Diopter adjustment: +/-4
  • Detection range: Up to 220 yards
  • Recognition range: Up to 120 yards
  • IR illuminator effective distance: 100 yards
  • Reticle type: Illuminated red-on-green duplex
  • Windage/elevation adjustment: 1/2 MOA per click
  • Power supply: 2 AA batteries (3 volt)
  • Estimated battery life (without IR): Up to 50 hours
  • Dimensions: 10 by 3.1 by 3.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • Weight: 31 ounces
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime

Product Description

The Varmint Hunter 2.5x50 uses enhanced optics, a durable, titanium body and sleek design to separate itself from any other night vision riflescope. The Varmint Hunter incorporates a long mount into its ergonomic design to allow for more comfort during shooting while also enabling the scope to accommodate the widest range of rifles, including bolt action styles. It is also equipped with a powerful 50-Millimeter lens to provide higher resolution and light gathering capabilities, and flip-up lens covers open to reveal quality multi-coated optics and an illuminated reticle. A built-in, powerful Pulse™ infrared illuminator is easily activated to enhance image brightness and increase range in total darkness; a precision windage and elevation adjustment and remote are additional features. The Varmint Hunter is also digital camera adaptable with the digital camera accessory, other accessories include a laser pointer, AK adapter, IR flashlight and doubler lens, which are all sold separately. The Varmint Hunter is backed by Yukon’s limited lifetime warranty.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 5 x 5 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000R9T7GM
  • Item model number: YK26013WL
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,045 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Scope feels very sturdy and well constructed.
SFife
Moved the target to 50 yards, and couldn't manage a shot on paper.
Brian Kroksh
I have taken it to the range here and it holds zero no problem.
C Kim

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Xanhiker on June 27, 2011
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Since there are so many nightvision products to choose from this will make it easy...this one works great. However, you MUST read the instructions and for some that may take a few days. Nothing too complex, but it is a sensitive piece of equipment and isn't as easy to work straight out of the box as a standard scope...but it IS nightvision afterall.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Yankee Don on July 31, 2011
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After wasting months trying to get an ATN Night Scope to work, I recently purchased this scope. It has very clear optics and took an easy sighting that held after riding around in my truck gun rack (which the ATN would not do!). It is an all-in-one unit, not some pieced together item. Can be operated from one switch...no need to grope around in the dark like some others. Lastly, uses AA batteries that cost about $1 a piece instead of C123 batteries that run from 5 - 10 dollars!

This is a quality scope that I would recommend to anyone who hunts after dark..pigs, coyotes, etc. Almost forgot to say is accurate!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By B. Ashworth on September 15, 2011
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This generation 1 night scope is better than I could have hoped. The night vision works outstanding in the moon light and the IR illuminator on the scope makes dark nights, light-up. I added a stream light IR tactical flashlight to my AR15 & now I can hunt coyotes at 150 yards!

Gen 2&3 scopes are great, but if you want a good night scope for pigs and yot hunting that you can afford... This is it!

The sighting in of the scope was a snap and I did it at dusk with no problems.

Is it top heavy? Yes... It's a large scope for night hunting. Carry your shooting stick!

WARNING: These scopes can be ruined if exposed to bright light. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS! The instructions are only 10 pages, but will help you understand and enjoy your NVS. Have fun.... Bear
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Smoker on May 3, 2012
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I have a couple of night vision "monoculars". This scope works MUCH better than either of them, and MUCH better than I expected!

Maybe I just got lucky, and got a "good one"? BUT.. It is very clear, and focused, and the "illuminator" works out to about 100 yards (if needed). Usually the "illuminator" isn't even needed, since the scope is sensitive enough to see quite good (well past 100 yards) without it.

The settings are easily accessed, and adjusted, and it HOLDS the "sight window" very well.

I have used it on a couple of night hunts, and removed it (for day hunting). It maintained VERY accurate settings even when removed, and re-installed.

I now prefer to use this, (just hand-held) instead of my other "monoculars" for night viewing, just due to it's superior clarity.

For the price, I was very pleasantly surprised.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By SFife on March 6, 2012
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Bought this for night boar hunting. Scope feels very sturdy and well constructed. Double A batteries are a plus. Have not had a chance to use it in the field yet but have taken it to the range several times and it definitely delivers. Turned the lights out on the 50yrd indoor range and hit the actual "X" 5 of 7 rounds in the pitch black (the other 2 were also bull-eyes, just not on the "X"). Very accurate! I love this thing so far..

Only slight downside is that when used with the cap down, for daylight use, the magnification seems to go away and the image is a little blurry. But its a night vision scope, so I'm not sure you can really call that a downside when its not made for daylight anyways.

All and all, if your looking for an affordable night vision hunting scope.. This is it!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mad Tanker on December 27, 2012
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Starting my second hog season with this. My son and I now fight over the 243 with it. Zero problems with scope. 2 hogs down already. Holds tight zero. Easy to use in dark by feel only. Great picture. IR flood impressive on zero illumination nights. Saving to buy another one to put on 222.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Diamonte_D on June 1, 2013
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Great lil scope for coyotes & hoggin with my AK....... DO NOT LOOK INTO THE FRACKING SUN WITH THIS!!!!........ For that matter avoid any bright lights and you will be very happy with this scope. Range is 10 yards to 150+ yards with standard illuminator (which makes eyes glow). 2X AA Batteries, last fairly long & cheaper than lithium.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Parsons on November 22, 2013
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This is a good short range (100 yards +/-) 'starlight scope'. I struggled if I should give this 4 or 5 stars, I settled on 5 stars as it was completely as advertised if not a little better. The reason I even considered 4 stars is due to the limited useful range as I have worked with professional grade gen 4 scopes more recently than the older tech starlight scopes I used as a young Soldier. For the price I was able to get for this scope on a "warehouse deal" this was an outstanding purchase. Once I used this and got use to it's characteristics I found this best suited on a carbine and would recommend a minimum of a gen 2 scope for dedicated use on a long rifle ranges. That is if you want to "reach out and touch someone" or something. Positive identification of a friend or foe with this could have it's limitations. The warranty sounds like a good feature on this, but I have not put it to test (touch wood) so I cannot evaluate that. It is very light weight but seems very well built, not as delicate as it appears.
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