Coworker just bought one couple weeks. He brought it in and let me look through it. I had a Trijicon IR-hunter. So, I have high standards.Anyone have any experience with AGM thermals, such as the AGM Rattler?
Good to hear. I have a low-end FLIR and happy, but had always wondered about the AGM. I might get one someday.Coworker just bought one couple weeks. He brought it in and let me look through it. I had a Trijicon IR-hunter. So, I have high standards.
Hands down.... I would buy one without hesitation. And, If I was ever going to get back into the thermal market that would be my go-to. I just don't hunt at night enough to justify the price tag of the high-end scopes. But I could justify the $1750 price tag for the rattler for maybe hunting once a week or month. It's packed full of features and I would feel comfortable at shooting coyotes and hogs out to 50-200yrds with it. You could ID a human I'd say maybe 6-800yrds. He's been pleased so far. His dad bought one with him, so the guy cut a deal.
I contacted AGM about one of their thermals and that particular model uses FLIR components, and is made and assembled in the US.The Chinglish is strong with these scopes. Where are they imported from and who services them?