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Night Vision 100, 200, 300 yards night optics D-760 AR-15

Shooting Colt Competition HBAR with a Night Optics D-760 at targets 100, 200, 300 yards. Gemtech M4-96D to quiet things done some. PVS-14 on the camera.


Q&A:

Bill R asked Why would a night Vision Monocular be flaged on Craig’s List?

And got the following answer:

Because many people are jerks

here are military issue, for sale online. http://www.opticshq.com/page/Optics/CTGY/MIL

Nauman asked Glock few more questions!?

Hi there,

Since am new to Glocks could you care to clarify my queries:

1. Which is the best suited for both hunting & security, size is not an issue?

2. What other accessories could be attached to it, like shoulder mount?

3. Is 9mm better than .357?

4. What sights can be attached to it like infrared, night vision?

5. What approx price should I be looking at for a complete package?

6. Lastly did some research but in your expert opinion which is the best model?

Thanks.

And got the following answer:

1. Glock 20, 10mm. That is the one that is touted by Glock for hunting. In fact Cabelas has one on sale now that comes with a standard 4.6″ barrel and a 6″ hunting barrel. Depending on what you plan to hunt, a magnum revolver is a better hunting choice.

2. There are shoulder stocks marketed for a Glock. Attaching a shoulder stock to a pistol makes it a Short Barreled Rifle (SBR). SBRs are NFA weapons, which require registration, extensive background check, at least 6 weeks of wait time and $200.

3. Better for what? I assume that you mean .357 sig caliber? Neither would be good for hunting. The .357 sig has higher velocity and more power and more potential to overpentrate. Ammo is much more expensive (>2x) than 9mm. 9mm has higher capacity, lower recoil, but doesn’t hit as hard.

4. Maybe. There are attachments that you can get that attach to the underside rail to provide a rail on top. An IR sight would be extremely heavy for a handgun and night vision would not be that light either. Neither would be particularly practical. Night hunting is illegal in most places anyway. Again a hunting revolver would be better choice for mounting optics (like a Ruger Super Blackhawk-Hunter http://ruger.com/products/newModelSuperBlackhawk/index.html ).

5. What do you mean by a complete package? Glocks run in the $500-800 price range (the hunting G20 10mm is on sale for $699). Whatever superfluous stuff you put on it will be aftermarket and up to you. They are made to be practical duty and self defense pistols and not to accessorize like an AR-15,

6. Best for what? A glock is a glock. That’s one of the nice things about them, the are like McPistols. You pick your size and caliber for what you are going to use it for, otherwise they are pretty much all the same. I own several handguns, I have shoot several Glocks, they are fine guns, but I hold many others in higher regard.

wana bigger bike asked is it possible to find an old starlight scope?

My dad has an old .30-06 i forget the exact model but its a springfield and its all set up for optics and he has been wanting to find an old star light scope like the military used to use. Anyone know of a place to find one?
Hes actualy just wanting to turn this gun into a talk piece he shoots it but very rarely he just likes taking it out of the safe and showing people and he said he just wants an old star light scope to go on it.

And got the following answer:

I’m curious why he would want one considering what they make now. And I hate to say this but I had one and sold it last December because my brother sent me a Generation 2 night scope with infrared projector.

Here is one that sold on ebay;
http://vietnammilitaria.org/pvs-2-starlight-night-vision-vietnam-era-scope-us-army

The reason mine stayed in storage for about 20 years is because I didn’t like it. It weighs over 7 pounds, its huge, it wont pick up anything if there is no light. I mean it wont work in total darkness. Its optics suck compared to todays.

So why spend a few hundred on an outdated scope when you can get a modern one that’s far lighter, smaller, better optics and that has a infared projector to see in total darkness? Prices range from $500 to $3500
Here is one that will out perform that old starlight, for about $400;
http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&q=night+vision+scopes+for+sale&cp=0&rls=com.microsoft:en-US&wrapid=tljp129512307285930&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=6473839496862174438&ei=egIyTaCOHonQsAOAuPC2BQ&sa=X&oi=product_catalog_result&ct=image&resnum=3&sqi=2&ved=0CDQQ8gIwAg#

Nauman asked Glock few more questions!?

Hi there,

Since am new to Glocks could you care to clarify my queries:

1. Which is the best suited for both hunting & security, size is not an issue?

2. What other accessories could be attached to it, like shoulder mount?

3. Is 9mm better than .357?

4. What sights can be attached to it like infrared, night vision?

5. What approx price should I be looking at for a complete package?

6. Lastly did some research but in your expert opinion which is the best model?

Thanks.

And got the following answer:

1. Glock 20, 10mm. That is the one that is touted by Glock for hunting. In fact Cabelas has one on sale now that comes with a standard 4.6″ barrel and a 6″ hunting barrel. Depending on what you plan to hunt, a magnum revolver is a better hunting choice.

2. There are shoulder stocks marketed for a Glock. Attaching a shoulder stock to a pistol makes it a Short Barreled Rifle (SBR). SBRs are NFA weapons, which require registration, extensive background check, at least 6 weeks of wait time and $200.

3. Better for what? I assume that you mean .357 sig caliber? Neither would be good for hunting. The .357 sig has higher velocity and more power and more potential to overpentrate. Ammo is much more expensive (>2x) than 9mm. 9mm has higher capacity, lower recoil, but doesn’t hit as hard.

4. Maybe. There are attachments that you can get that attach to the underside rail to provide a rail on top. An IR sight would be extremely heavy for a handgun and night vision would not be that light either. Neither would be particularly practical. Night hunting is illegal in most places anyway. Again a hunting revolver would be better choice for mounting optics (like a Ruger Super Blackhawk-Hunter http://ruger.com/products/newModelSuperBlackhawk/index.html ).

5. What do you mean by a complete package? Glocks run in the $500-800 price range (the hunting G20 10mm is on sale for $699). Whatever superfluous stuff you put on it will be aftermarket and up to you. They are made to be practical duty and self defense pistols and not to accessorize like an AR-15,

6. Best for what? A glock is a glock. That’s one of the nice things about them, the are like McPistols. You pick your size and caliber for what you are going to use it for, otherwise they are pretty much all the same. I own several handguns, I have shoot several Glocks, they are fine guns, but I hold many others in higher regard.

J.D. asked I need an infrared or night vision video camera. Please help me find the best.?

I am a stargazer and own a nice telescope among other things. I want a video camera that will record the stars and satellites that are above at night. Should I be looking for infrared or night vision? Are there any video cameras out there that will do long exposure pics as well…for astro-photography? I’ve looked online over and over and can’t figure out what I need. Any suggestions? By the way I am also a “UFO Hunter”…so you can kind of get what I’m looking for up there.
Replying to the first response below: I have a Celestron Power Seeker telescope (6 inch mirror). I noticed on YouTube people were recording so called “UFOs” with night vision cameras. The picture is green in the videos and the stars are bright and visible. I have about $400-$600 budget for a video camera. Maybe these videos I see are people using a night vision monocular? Here’s one for instance http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vo0OB14zJ-w.

And got the following answer:

There are no consumer-grade video cameras that will do what you want.

Consumer cams that have a built-in Infrared emitter (“night vision”) are used for seeing nearby things in zero light. The viewed/recorded object is generally within 8 feet of the camcorder… even with an external emitter, that only expands to about 20 feet.

Also… consumer grade video cameras’ zoom will not even get close to to what a telescope can do… Optical zoom on the camera will max out at about 20x while a telescope can do 2,000x or more.

In my opinion, you might consider the ability to mount a camcorder to the telescope. That way you can use the telescope’s optics and the camcorder’s video recording capability. There are no camcorders that have LONG exposure still image capture. Certain dSLRs have manual shutter control – and some can capture video (but there are imitations). And the higher end dSLRs have the ability to changes lenses – and your telescope can mount using a kit. This is not inexpensive – but neither are the camcorder lens mounting kits.

Some information we do not have so it is impossible to make a recommendation:
What type of eyepiece flexibility do you have with your telescope – and can a camera or camcorder be mounted?
What is your budget for a camera or camcorder and are there any cameras or camcorders in your price range with telescope mounting kits? Will these kits fit your telescope?

It is possible you may need a “light amplifier” system. bhphotovideo has AstroScope gear for sale that can be added to camcorders with certain lens filter diameters and dSLR with interchangeable lens systems. Then mount the whole thing on the telescope and you are good to go…

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“Pictures are green” tells me they are Sony camcorders with “NightShot” or “SuperNightShot”. These consumer grade camcorders have a built-in infrared emitter and have a throw of about 8-12 feet. Sony used to have this capability on almost all of their camcorders. More recently, to reduce cost, the feature has been dropped from the low end. According to the Sony web site, the HDR-PJ760V, HDR-CX760V, HDR-PJ710V and HVR-A1U (this is in their professional series but its lens filter diameter and imaging chip are small) are all that have the capability if you buy new. They are all more than 3 times more than your stated budget – but they all have a lens filter diameter (hence lens thread to fit an appropriate add-on to mount your telescope). Bell & Howell makes a low end camcorder with “night vision”, no lens threads and (relatively) poor video quality (personally I would not waste my $ on this – but this is not my $).

Bill R asked Why would a night Vision Monocular be flaged on Craig’s List?

And got the following answer:

Because many people are jerks

here are military issue, for sale online. http://www.opticshq.com/page/Optics/CTGY/MIL

DI asked What is the best securiy camera?

I live in BFE and I want to put up a security cameras but I don’t really know witch one is the best and AM on a fix budget. I do have a Swann 360 that I got on sale that I really like but don’t have a long enough cord for it ,Please help cuz I really don’t know that much about this kind of stuff. Thanks

And got the following answer:

The cameras from costco and walmart are used as nanny cameras that’s all there good for.
Most IR cameras give you about 1/3 of the vision as advertised they call it “projected” distance now this had no coloration with what the camera will actually see at night.

A Varifocal (can change what the camera can see) lens with a good aperture 2 good examples are 5-50mm or 2.9~10mm. A fixed lens almost never works when installing a camera outdoors. Again to ensure you are getting a good lens and optics stick to name brands and avoid online retailers, eBay, Swann Lorex, Costco and Q see and other cheap no name products.

Also if you are buying good cameras get a decent DVR.

A good outdoor Camera will have

High resolution (520TVL or higher)
Good signal to noise ratio (S/N 49DB or 50DB)
A true Sony CCD (not Chinese knockoff)
Rugged enclosure to handle vandals and environments
At least IP 66 and a suitable temperature rating for you region
IR LED’s to see in pitch dark: active IR rating not projected IR as projected IR has no coloration with how far the camera can see.
2 or 3 different sized LED;s 1 size LED one type of illumination means you either wont get distance or wide angle and you want both.

I would go with the VIS-56IR-2910
http://dealer.ascendentgroup.com//dvr-ir…

this camera will give you 110 feet of clear vision in complete darkness and great images by day its the on I recommend for budget customer who need outdoor IR camera.

Cameras that have high resolution, and great signal to noise ratio can reducing file size on DVR’s up to 50% and offer better images.

Low budget Economical
ASC-520B21IR-36
Economical Infrared Bullet Camera
520TVL
see 25 feet outdoors
Fixed 3.6mm lens
35~-25C IP 66
MSRP $110.00

http://dealer.ascendentgroup.com//ascent…

Cheap option would never suggest a camera lower then this one
(still much higher quality then Costco, Lorex, Swann, Qsee, and other no name products imported from china)

ASC-380B24IR-36
Infrared Bullet Camera
380TVL
see 25 feet outdoors
Fixed 3.6mm lens
35~-25C IP 66
MSRP $75.00

Not all CCTV equipment is created equal, in fact there are many options that offer varying performance much like the automobile industry. In the world of CCTV you can find the equivalent of a $2,000 golf cart and a $350,000 Ferrari and everything in between. Both have 4 wheels but that’s where the similarities end, it’s under the hood that counts.

Just like any other consumer electronic in the end you get what you pay for. Most retailers and sellers make about a 40-80% profit margin, this is after costs like shipping and overhead. That means when you buy a product that costs $100.00 the manufacturer usually has only spent $30 to build it which simply means it’s not a good product and will probably have a working life of about 2 months. There is a reason these products are 1/10 of the price of good and reliable DVR brand names. The type of seller these products attract are online sellers (ebay) and will make profits margins as low as 2% which means they can’t afford to offer good service or allow for RMAs (returns). Cheap products are like disposable razors they are NOT designed to last for a long time and you will end up replacing them every 2 months.

Ascendent makes cameras fir military and critical infrastructure so you know there good quality and there price is about 20% below Bosch and Pelco and offer higher specs and performance.
Not the cheapest but they are the best bang for the buck.

Military, Government, Homeland security
Ascendent’s Terra-360-1/2EM-101000/202000 + 2x 500MIRL-850 2x LIR5KM-860

At night can see 1km 2km 3km 4km 5km 6km 7km and 8km in pitch dark using high powered continuous laser illumination and 25km by day with the Terra’s 20-2000mm lens.
MSRP about $70,000~200,000 depending on model
http://www.ascendentgroup.com/pdfs/Terra…

For oil and gas marine and other corrosive and industrial and corrosive environments.
TERRA-550EX-65300
Explosion-Proof PTZ Camera
25-1500mm lens (15km by day)
Laser illumination provide images at 4km in pitch dark
Explosion proof made of stainless steel 316L
MSRP $50,000~140,000
http://dealer.ascendentgroup.com//indust…

For Corporate and municipalities
TIR-7261 (100,000 hour IR life time)
Long range IR camera
See in pitch dark 250m
2km by day using 7-260mm lens
-40~55C IP 66
MSRP: $9400
http://dealer.ascendentgroup.com//dvr-ir…

High end Residential or commercial
SUMMIT-550-3FL
Long-Range IR Camera
See 200m
Source(s):
http://www.ascendentgroup.com/

wana bigger bike asked is it possible to find an old starlight scope?

My dad has an old .30-06 i forget the exact model but its a springfield and its all set up for optics and he has been wanting to find an old star light scope like the military used to use. Anyone know of a place to find one?
Hes actualy just wanting to turn this gun into a talk piece he shoots it but very rarely he just likes taking it out of the safe and showing people and he said he just wants an old star light scope to go on it.

And got the following answer:

I’m curious why he would want one considering what they make now. And I hate to say this but I had one and sold it last December because my brother sent me a Generation 2 night scope with infrared projector.

Here is one that sold on ebay;
http://vietnammilitaria.org/pvs-2-starlight-night-vision-vietnam-era-scope-us-army

The reason mine stayed in storage for about 20 years is because I didn’t like it. It weighs over 7 pounds, its huge, it wont pick up anything if there is no light. I mean it wont work in total darkness. Its optics suck compared to todays.

So why spend a few hundred on an outdated scope when you can get a modern one that’s far lighter, smaller, better optics and that has a infared projector to see in total darkness? Prices range from $500 to $3500
Here is one that will out perform that old starlight, for about $400;
http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&q=night+vision+scopes+for+sale&cp=0&rls=com.microsoft:en-US&wrapid=tljp129512307285930&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=6473839496862174438&ei=egIyTaCOHonQsAOAuPC2BQ&sa=X&oi=product_catalog_result&ct=image&resnum=3&sqi=2&ved=0CDQQ8gIwAg#

wetzzss asked night vision goggle, scope, binoculars in malaysia?

im looking for a night vision goggle, scope, binoculars in malaysia. can anyone tell me where i could find/get them? and how much they cost~ thanks.

And got the following answer:

Dear sirs or Madam,

Hoping everything goes well.

We learnt your company from internet that you are in the market of NVD.I’m Scott huang from Shenzhen Ronger Optics &Electronic Technology Co., LTD.

We are professional manufacturer that specializes in Night Vision devices, which is widely Used for the police, armed police, custom, frontier defence, suppress smuggling ,narcotics squad , other outdoor activities such as varmint hunting, boating, camping, security, fieldwork and much more or in protecting your property safety etc and engaged in this industry for years.

So we can make sure that the quality of the products are very good and will give you competitive price,and completely after-service, Hoping will build long and stable business relations with your company.

For further more info,welcome to visit our website: www.roevision.com, and please don’t hesitate to contact us, we are glad to service for you.

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We look forward to your early reply

Thanks & Regards
Scott huang
Sales manager
Shenzhen Optics &Electronic Technology Co., LTD
TEL: 86-755-29767107/27798016 FAX: 86-755-27797856
EMAIL: [email protected]
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SKYPE: scotthuang1982
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