FLIR has made a decision to discontinue several lines of product, including thermal and night vision riflescopes currently available to individuals. Sales of existing stocks will continue until gone.
Today, with a FLIR ThermoSight Pro thermal scope mounted on a favored hunting rifle, a shot in the dark can translate directly to “meat on the table.”
Increasing performance and decreasing prices have brought the benefits of thermal technology within reach of any hunter.
Buy, modify or build a modern sporting rifle yourself, and scratch that itch.
We took the new FLIR Breach PTQ136 multifunctional thermal imaging monocular to the streets with the East Chicago Police Department—to show them the many ways Breach can make their jobs safer.
Hands-on thermal opportunities and storylines shared with attending members of the hunting and shooting media.
Deer Meat For Dinner star Robert Arrington explains sighting-in the FLIR Pro PTS-233 thermal scope with the rifle he uses for feral hog and predator control at his cattle ranch.
Each palette offers various advantages, depending on user preference and circumstances.
Armasight by FLIR rolled out an impressive new line of night vision devices (NVDs) for the law enforcement, tactical and sporting markets at the 2018 SHOT Show in Las Vegas in January.
See the newest FLIR thermal and night vision products for hunters, tactical professionals, and enthusiasts.
The Wiz prepares to take a shot on an East Texas hog during an episode of Gridiron Outdoors.
I got to be a “Predator” for one night last month and it was really cool.
Thermal and night vision devices give would-be victims a clear advantage in defense of life and property.
NEW Armasight by FLIR PVS-14 multi-purpose tactical night vision monocular provides 25% more viewing area.
Where old-fashioned craftsmanship and sensibilities intersect with 21st century social media lays one of the shooting industry’s freshest advocates.
Red-hot deals await those who purchase top-selling FLIR thermal monoculars and weapon sights before December 15.
With a little ingenuity and some inexpensive materials, you can easily make practical and effective thermal imaging targets for thermal weapon sights.
Now he’s turned his military skills and drive to dealing with America’s most out-of-control environmental and agricultural problem, feral hogs.
Powered by the high-performance 12-micron pixel pitch FLIR Boson thermal camera core, the ThermoSight Pro sights expand upon the FLIR ThermoSight line.
Mounting these optics is a simple matter and shouldn’t stop any shooter from experiencing their benefits.