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For Sale: PULSAR DIGEX N450

.243Hunter

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IN STOCK NOW

 
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Steve curry

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How do you rate these.im tempted because of how they look.by that I mean it looks like a scope and not something out of star wars. Could do with a look through one.thanks steve
 

User0009

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If I was you Steve, I’d wait until the northern shooting show in May. You’ll be able to touch, feel and possibly look through onE. These trade guys on here are are going to give the sales gumph, that’s if they can be bothered to reply.
Rgds
RS
 

bobjs

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If I was you Steve, I’d wait until the northern shooting show in May. You’ll be able to touch, feel and possibly look through onE. These trade guys on here are are going to give the sales gumph, that’s if they can be bothered to reply.
Rgds
RS

I fully respect Ian's help and advice as well as his sales pitch........ just some times the web blurb sells itself.

bob.

ps: it doe's say this at the base of his flag. CONTACT US DIRECT FOR THE BEST DEALS ON NIGHT VISION AND THERMAL .... I have on a few occasions and had a great deal.
 
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.243Hunter

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If I was you Steve, I’d wait until the northern shooting show in May. You’ll be able to touch, feel and possibly look through onE. These trade guys on here are are going to give the sales gumph, that’s if they can be bothered to reply.
Rgds
RS
I would definitely check a scope out first hand in the field on live quarry, rather than looking as a show .

I would say the Digex is not the best bang for your money , a Pard NV008 is by far at £500 , but the Digex is more low light sensitive and has a good function , menu and overall build quality due to the magnesium tube construction is very good, PIP and digital zoom is the best available including scaleable rets also HD recording.

Nothing comes close to value for money than a Pard NV008 as an all in one 1080p day and night scope with inbuilt vcsel IR, 18650 battery power and compact design .
 
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User0009

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Use the Consumer Contract Regulations to your advantage.
Anything purchased online can be returned and a full refund received as long as the goods are returned within 14 days and are undamaged and in the original packaging.
No reason for the return is required.
So, go and buy an F455 and if you like, then keep it.
if you don't - then send it back and get a full refund.

Cheers

Bruce
I would definitely check a scope out first hand in the field on live quarry, rather than looking as a show .
Thanks Bruce never thought of that.

.243Hunter I presume you offer this facility?
Rgds
RS
 

lostboy135

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If you have used a n355 these blow them out of the water but if you have a wicked lights ir you have to turn it down
out last night a good moon no need for ir out to 200 yrds thats how good they are
 

.243Hunter

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We have a few Digex N450 models remaining contact for deals.

They come supplied with variable power IR illuminator, x2 APS3 and x1 APS2 batteries.


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