I am a big fan of the Starlight products. So much so I have 2 archers and I think they are great.
I am only selling this as I am wanting to upgrade to a longbow. If I could afford to keep the archers and buy a longbow as well I would. But that is just greed on my behalf.
I do about 90 percent of my shooting at night and whilst digital has come a long way I still think tubed stuff is better and a lot easier on the eye. My opinion only.
So techie stuff, Archer D grade. Very clean image. I regularly look out 300 yards with this. Most of my bunnies are head shot at 100 yards. One of my foxing fields which is just over 300 yards long I have watched the sheep and rabbits running around at the end and in the right conditions if you were so inclined you could take the shot. I never have been but then the joy of NV is you can call the foxes right in close. Provided they have read the book
Comes with a firefly laser as well.
If you are local I am happy for you to come and try before you buy. Infact I would encourage you to do so. That way you can see what you are getting. My missus makes a good cup of tea and I can bore you senseless about my enthusiasm for all things nightvision and shooting in general. At the same time I am happy to help you set yours up if you want as like most things there is a knack to getting it right.
I'm looking for £1300 collected.
I will take pictures at the weekend when I get a chance but it is a good unit and you would not be disappointed with it. I have just had a look through the tube, just to make sure and I can say there is a tiny spot at about 10 o clock. It is that small I am not sure if it is a spot or a bit of dirt on the lens to be honest and I don't think it will show up in a picture. It disappears when you switch the laser on.