Pulser Core FXD50

deerwarden

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Anyone bought one of these or used one, if so what scope did you put one on please. I have one and need to know if some scopes are more efficient/better to use with the Core. I have MTC 4-14x50, 6-18x56, and a Hawke 4-14x50. T Jacks are saying you need to have a scope of very low mag, around 1-2 mag to get the best out of one. deerwarden
 
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wilddieb

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I have a Pulsar Core FXD50 in front of a 1-6,3x24 Leica Magnus, which is perfect up to a magnification of 3. A positive side effect ist the short overall length of the unit.
 

Reiver Boy

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Anyone bought one of these or used one, if so what scope did you put one on please. I have one and need to know if some scopes are more efficient/better to use with the Core. I have MTC 4-14x50, 6-18x56, and a Hawke 4-14x50. T Jacks are saying you need to have a scope of very low mag, around 1-2 mag to get the best out of one. deerwarden

Yes I have used one and can confirm that around 3x mag or less gives you optimum clarity, i used it on 2.5 with an illuminated grat and it was very good. I did not think I would like the green TI but to be honest having used it I think I actually prefer green to black & white.
 

deerwarden

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Problem is most low mag scopes come with straight tubes and no real ocular bell size so as I want to use on more than one scope, its knowing what scope will be good for normal shooting then with the add-on for thermal. The unit in spotter mode is very clear, when added to the scope you then lose lots of pixels and the picture suffers. deerwarden.
 

wilddieb

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Yes I enquired about one and was told 6 mag max. Buying a ward wt1 75/3
Sorry, we are talking about a thermal CLIP ON and the best way to adapt it on a riflescope. Keep in mind that a thermalsight like the above is a prohibited unit in some EU countrys.
A 3x magnification should do the work to shoot a wild boar up to 30-40 meters and that is what I want to do.
 
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