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  • mindfunk

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    Like a bunch of other people, I was recently motivated to purchase an AR style weapon. I went exploring to see what type of night vision scopes were available. I noticed that there were night vision scopes that were made to be placed, in-line, with other scopes which had a reticle and maybe magnification.

    Most of the stuff I saw had this with a leapold, aimpoint, or trijicon.

    Some of the scopes were connected to the night vision scope. Some were not; there was space between the two.

    I looked around and did not find a discussion of this. For the case were they connect (or touch) is there a standard connection? Is there more than one connection type? How do I know what scope to pair with a given night vision scope?

    How well does the "in-line" thing actually work?
     

    Cyfer

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    AN/PVS-14 for your NVG. NVG compatible optic such as Aimpoint or EoTech. Anything less than a Gen III would be a waste of money in my opinion.
     
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