Yukon NVRS Titanium 1.5x42 Night Vision Rifle Scope, Weaver Mount
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The NVRS Mini Varmint Hunter 1.5x42 uses enhanced optics, a durable, titanium body and sleek design to separate itself from any other night vision riflescope. The Mini 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 42mm 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 Mini 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.
Advanced optics are capable of providing 1.5X night vision magnification in low light conditions, at up to 200 yards of detection distance.
Flip-up lens covers open to reveal quality multicoated optics and an illuminated reticle. An exclusive Pulse built-in infrared illuminator expands viewing range while minimizing battery drainage. It provides the maximum possible infrared output, but allows the illuminator diode to pulse, protecting the IR from burning out. This pulsing is invisible to the human eye, but means the illuminator can penetrate longer distances.
The scope is digital camera adaptable with the digital camera accessory, and additional accessories--sold separately--include a laser pointer, AK adapter, IR flashlight, and doubler lens.
- Lightweight, durable titanium body
- Multi-coated optics
- Adjustable lit red-on-green reticle
- Standard weaver MIL-STD-1913 rail mount system
- Precision windage and elevation adjustment (1cl = 20mm / 100m)
- On/off remount control
- Built-in powerful Pulse IR system infrared illuminator
- Flip-up objective lens cover
- Optional accessories provide high fidelity photo and video recording
- Water intrusion meets IPX5 rating
- Carrying case
- Remote on/off switch
- Flip-up lens covers
- 1.5X magnification
- 42-millimeter lens diameter
- 20-degree field of view
- 32-36 lp/mm resolution
- Seven yards to infinity focus range
- 45-millimeter eye relief
- +/-4 diopter adjustment
- Up to 200-yard detection distance
- 100-yard infrared illuminator distance
- 1/2 MOA per click windage and elevation adjustment
- Runs on two AA batteries for up to 50 hours
- -22-to-122-degree operating temperature
- Measures 3.1 by 3.3 by 8.6 inches (W x H x D)
- 30-ounce weight
This Yukon optical product includes a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
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The battery cover seems like it would be extremely easy to cross thread if you're not really careful putting it on.
I like the ability to use common AA batteries, and on top of that, I use rechargeable AA's and they seem to work fine. I have used the scope all night long a few times and intermittently on/off for a couple of nights.
I also think the front cover could be better because the OEM cover seemed too easy to open by mistake (which could inadvertently ruin the scope), so I exchanged it for a Butler Creek flip open cover and it fits perfectly and is a lot more secure, though you wouldn't be able to use the scope in the day, which was never the intention of buying the scope in the first place.
The brightness is good, adjustable brightness crosshair is good, zeroed the scope at night at 50 yards and it has maintained zero every time I have checked it afterwards. Don't know if zero would be different if done in the day, but again, was never the purpose of a night vision scope anyway.
Controls are large and easy to find in the darkness.
Effective range is more than 50 yards, but 50 seems to be about the most usable range of the unit, even with the built in IR. At least where I hunt due to the terrain and vegetation but isn't much better than that during broad daylight.
An external IR light improves range, but can wash out closer objects (tree's shrubs, etc).
Naturally, when you fire the weapon, the scope picks up the muzzle flash and gets really bright for a fraction of a second, then goes back to normal quickly.
I would have given it a full 5 stars for the cost; had the issues that I noted at first been better, but overall I am pleased with it.
The scope is smaller and lighter than most Gen 1 says it all. I "think" it's the smallest rifle scope for gen 1 users at the present time and lightest. Under 2 pounds, you still notice the weight. Very well constructed from what I have seen in the VERY short time I have had this unit.
It does as it is designed to do. See in total darkness with IR or with Starlight/Moonlight. Although it is only a 42mm lens with little to no magnification, it works great under 100 yards and can pickup images moving a few hundred yards away. What more do you want at this price range? There is a slight fisheye effect on the edges with no effect on what your actually looking at. The red reticle on mine can be adjusted from overly bright to off.
Some things to note.. if you're in heavy woods the IR is about useless.. you may reflect off nearby trees, limbs and bushes. With that said.. without the IR and in heavy wood and overcast I was still able to see pretty well out to 50 yards or so. Turning on the IR is a definate daylight setting up to 75-100 yards if nothing interferes with your path. Ofcourse you lose your natural night sight and walk around like a cyclops for awhile after. (expected)
Small enough to mount on M4 carry handle and allow use of see-thru mounts for iron sights. Uses AA batteries for simplicity. The case which it comes in also serves as a scope cover when mounted to rifle, well made. What's not to like at this price range? If but one thing.. I wish it came in "black" but with that said.. the OD Green is better looking than the pictures. Once wrapped with ghillie.. it matters not. I actually thought I might been disappointed with this purchase. "IF" it remains working as it has at the start.. it was well worth the low cost.
UPDATE: few years later...still going strong..
Note: Mine says 3 year warranty not lifetime.. which was one of the buying factors. Nor did I recieve a mail in warranty card in the box. I did fill one out at their website and will hang onto that information along with the receipt if needed in the future! They say warranty only good if you return it within the first 30 days. I wont take away a star for this because this scope still has me grining and owning the night as advertised.