Eotech/l-3 Warrior Systems Night Vision & Thermal Devices From Cmc Government Supply

Although they weigh only a pound, the binoculars give their users improved peripheral night vision as binoculars. The design allows them to remain low-profile and rotate to a stowed position against the helmet and officers can also use a single tube as a monocular. EOTech/L-3 Warrior Systems also makes a light thermal weapon sight for law enforcement officers to use in total darkness smoke, rain, or snowy conditions. Officers can use the sight as a handheld device or as a weapon-mounted sight, where it can be boresighted to maintain 1 minute of angle accuracy. CMC Government Supply sells these EOTech/L-3 Warrior Systems tools to law enforcement only.
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Night-vision goggles scupper salmon poachers

James Coyle of Tipp, Belmullet and Peter Howard of Shraigh West, Bunnahowen, Belmullet both appeared at Belmullet District Court on Wednesday last charged with poaching on September 4, 2013. James Ward, solicitor for the Inland Fisheries, said that at 9pm on the night in question the two men, and a third who is underage, were spotted at an area known as Doctors Pool on the Owenmore River near Bangor Erris putting a net into the river and then bringing the net up towards the road. All three attempted to get into a car driven by a fourth individual but, upon seeing the Fisheries officers, they ran away, leaving behind a bag with five salmon in it. With the use of night vision goggles, Fisheries officers saw the three men standing in a bog for one hour before they moved, at which stage the officers apprehended them.
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Contact lenses with night vision could be on the way thanks to graphene breakthrough – Gadgets & Tech – Life & Style – The Independent

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Elbit to provide data conversion processors for Army helicopter night-vision equipment – Military & Aerospace Electronics

Your friend’s email address Your email address Note: We do not store your email address(es) but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Email Night vision technology has been around for a while, but it’s only really used by professionals (or professional creeps) due to its prohibitive size. But what if night vision was something you could fit into a pair of contact lenses? You could keep a pair in your bag to slip in if you were going to be walking home alone in the dark, or even use them to take a night-time jaunt through a forest without spooking all the animals.
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