This is pretty cool but not cheap...

Discussion in 'Equipment Reviews' started by azcoyote, Dec 11, 2015.

  1. azcoyote

    azcoyote Newb

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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    Not sure, buy one and tell us.:)
     
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    ybohunt Die Hard Bowhunter

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    ^^^^What Sota said.
     
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    Well, my hunt in January needs OTHER toys more than this one. I bet someone out there has done it though
     
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    Keep_Calm_And_Bowhunt Weekend Warrior

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    If you had to leave him overnight, and It got below freezing. I don't think that it would be too much of a help.
     
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    My boss's some has one of the Flir attachments for his cell phone. He showed me a picture of a cat in the yard on a pitch black night and the cat was lit up like a christmas tree. I want a scope in one for coyote hunting.....
     
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    kennyg Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I should be getting one of these for work fairly soon. Won't help till next season tho.
     
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    I use a pretty high end thermal imager for work and have found that you need to be within 150-200 feet to really see things.
    I agree I don't think if you had to leave an animal over night it would be worth anything. I heard the fler case for an IPhone is like $75 that might be a better investment

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