If you want the very latest in thermal viewers and riflescopes at a sensible price, then HIKMicro’s latest products are worth a look – the Condor monoculars and the revolutionary Thunder, the first thermal riflescope with optical zoom.
Join Dan Chart from Fieldsports Channel as he teams up with Hikmicro’s expert, Richard Ryan, for an in-depth exploration of this cutting-edge technology. They delve into the specifics of the new HikMicro Condor CQ50L, Condor CH35L, and the impressive Thunder Zoom.
The units are available now; here’s what you can expect price-wise:
Condor CH35: £1699
Condor CQ50: £2449
Thunder Zoom: Ranges from £2399 to £3599
You can find the products in your local gunshop, or catch up with the HIKMicro roadshow that is travelling the UK now.
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