How far can you see with the ThOR 4?

This rangefinder has a range of up to 1,000 yards, is Hands Free and will work with ATN’s X-Sight II, X-Sight 4k and Thor 4 Thermal Scopes!

Can you use ATN ThOR 4 during the day?

Yes, the ATN ThOR LT 3-6x50mm Thermal Rifle Scope can be used during the day.

Are ATN ThOR scopes any good?

Top positive review The sensor has high refresh rate and there is very minimal lag. The resolution looks great at minimal zoom. At full zoom it starts to look a little less clear but is still pretty good and plenty effective for deer & hog hunting.

How far can you shoot with ATN ThOR LT?

The Thor LT 320 is a long-range thermal rifle scope especially if you’re hunting at night. The following ranges have been calibrated for human-sized targets. The detection range is 910 m, recognition range is 455 m, and identification range is 290 m.

What scope company went out of business?

In December, just before both the holidays and the seasonal gathering of sporting-goods dealers and group buyers who get together to write orders for the new year, Nikon’s North American office delivered stunning news: It was walking away from the riflescope market.

What is the most expensive thermal rifle scope?

1. Trijicon REAP-IR Series – Marine Approved Choice Award

  • At $9000, this is the most expensive scope that we have on our list, but the features included are worth it if you have this type of money to spend on a badass thermal scope.
  • Check out the video below as it has some awesome footage!

Why is Nikon going out of rifle scopes?

Lastly, he stated that the plain and simple reason for Nikon leaving the riflescope business is purely a financial one. Sales data is reflecting a net negative for the company in the riflescope market but very positive indications for their other sport optics such as spotting scopes and binoculars.

Why is Nikon not making scopes anymore?

Nikon wanted to divert the resources of their Sporting Optics division towards the more profitable product families of that division, which are spotting scopes, range finders, and binoculars.