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Any experience with ATN NVM-14

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by OhioChief, Sep 4, 2011.

  1. OhioChief

    OhioChief Member

    Oct 16, 2009
    Want to purchase night vision for hog hunting. Can't go over $3,500.00. Was looking at the ATN NVM-14 with weapon mount to attach with my scope on .308. Seem to all be running around $3,200.00 plus mount. Any thoughts on this? Gawd, I can't imagine spending over 3 grand on something you can't even test first.
  2. Sky

    Sky Senior Member

    Aug 4, 2010
    I have an ATN 350 gen 1 night vision scope. It has 2.5x magnification with 1/4 moa adjustments ( red reticule ). Came with a good mount and IR illuminator which I never use. Most of my hunting is in brush and brambles; many targets are less than 100 yards. I paid around $350 for mine from Optics Planet. Out to 125 yards I can see a black pig with out much of a problem. Have had the scope for over a year and have used it many times w/o problems other than it is big and heavy. It is mounted on a 14.5" AR.

    Prices are supposed to start coming down next year from what I have been told. My recommendation is look through night scopes Gen 1 , 2, 3, and you may decide for your purposes something less expensive might do you well.
  3. stuhlschuter

    stuhlschuter New Member

    Aug 2, 2011
    Take a look at the pulsar n550 digital night vision scope . You maybe pleasantly surprised with both the price and quality . I really am pleased with mine


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