How to Zero Thermal Rifle Scope

Discussion in 'Thermal Imaging' started by Night Hunter, Feb 7, 2016.

  1. Night Hunter

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    Here's an easy way to zero your thermal rifle scope using tin foil, might save some wasted ammo.

     
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    Excellent video. I like the comparison, reviews and tips on real data from an actual user. After some research I think I'm debating between the ATN Thor Series (http://www.atncorp.com/thermal-weapon-sights) and the Canadian-made GSCi TWS-3000 Series thermal riflescopes. ATN made some awesome optics that my brother used in the Marine Corps so he kinda had some brand experience, but the GSCI thermal imaging systems also seem to be worth the money.
     
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    Personally I'd avoid ATN they don't have a good reputation in the UK.
     
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    Well, I was planning to purchase one thinking it would be a cool addition to my hog hunting adventures, since my brother and some of my shooting buddies highly recommended it. Besides, I have researched thoroughly all of the options available in US in night vision, thermal imaging and daytime weapon-mounted optics, which wouldn't break my bank, and these guys turned out to have pretty impressive stuff.
     
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    What about Armasight equipment?
     

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