Pulsar Named The Official Thermal/Night Vision of Lone Star Outdoor Show

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MANSFIELD, Texas -(Ammoland.com)- Pulsar is proud to be announced as the official thermal/night vision of Dallas Safari Club’s Lone Star Outdoor Show.

Building on Pulsar’s world-class reputation in the field of thermal imaging and night vision, this sponsorship helps bring the Pulsar name and quality to thousands of hunters and sportsmen with like-minded conservation goals.

Dallas Safari Club’s Lone Star Outdoor Show is hosted by Cable Smith and provides entertaining yet educational content for anyone who shares a passion for the great outdoors. The show advocates for sportsmen throughout the Lone Star State and beyond, and stays at the forefront of outdoor news and politics.

Partnering in 2017, Lone Star Outdoor Show and Pulsar hope to introduce thermal and night vision to hunters who can use the technology to make a positive impact on the ecosystem.

Dallas Safari Club's Lone Star Outdoor Show
Dallas Safari Club’s Lone Star Outdoor Show

You can find out more about the show by visiting their website.

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About Pulsar:

Every Pulsar device is designed, manufactured and tested to ensure demanding professionals receive the most reliable, most advanced thermal and digital night vision performance the industry has to offer. The result of Pulsar’s commitment to industry-leading excellence is consistent world-class quality, precision engineering, seamless device operation and cutting-edge proprietary software. Pulsar produces an array of advanced optical devices designed for law enforcement, security, home defense and hunting applications, including thermal imaging and digital night vision monoculars and riflescopes, night vision binoculars and goggles, rangefinders, IR flashlights and related accessories.

To learn more about Pulsar, visit their website.

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joe vincent

The scumbag who killed that cat must be forced to eat every bit of it, then he should be taken out in bush and
allow me to hunt him down. I’d love to watch him bleed out.


Arguing with an emo with anger issues and no aspirations to research subject matter is pointless. And while you troll well, you probably don’t hunt. So, hunting someone who obviously does hunt and obviously engages small (probably) moving targets effectively, might not work out like you hope.

Kevin Reese

FYI, hunting has long PROVEN to be a useful conservation tool, and not just for animals that fit into a person’s comfort zone.


People are animals as well. Perhaps you would like to be labeled as a conservation tool.

Kevin Reese

You’re entering into a debate armed only with emotion. Do you have anything else besides emotionally-powered anti-hunting rhetoric? Arguing on emotion is pointless and goes nowhere. If it makes you feel better, I do have two cats and a dog. I guess I’m a catman, too, or at least a catdogman.


I agree, if you kill it, it needs to be because you are really hungry and need it for food or put it in the freezer to eat later. In a way the same thing goes for Hogs. Yes I know they are multiplying and they are tearing things up, but again if you kill it find someone that wants to eat it, There are plenty of people out there that would be happy to slaughter it, my son for an example. That is my 2 cents worth on the subject. Save your ammo, you may need it later for… Read more »


“…to hunters who can use the technology to make a positive impact on the ecosystem.” WHAT?
You guys post pics that totally go against exactly what you write. What the hell?
So Bobcats are a threat to the ecosystem. I had no idea.

Throw a half dozen feral hogs on there and I’d agree. Bobcat, nope.


Maybe you haven’t done a whole lot of research…bobcats kill fawns, chickens, household pets…maybe you should actually get out in the field more and off your computer


Leave it to man to kill for the joy of killing. This poor cat did nothing to him. I believe in self defense, but not taking an unnecessary life, weather it be man or animal. Karma will pay him back.


I 100% agree. I used to raise and rescue big cats. I had Caracals, Servals, Bobcats, etc.. It just sickens me to see a picture like this. Shame on him for being a monster.


Disagree…. i have owned a savannah cat as well and i currently own a feral cat i saved from certain death, but I have also killed a bobcat before. They kill all sorts of animals…if there was a reason for them to be protected, then there would be limits and many other safeguards put into place…however, they are open season.