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yeah seemed good used as a spotter wen attached to the gun wasn't that impressed sent it back now waiting fir the new pulsar nv 455

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You focus the Reticle with the wheel on the underside of the Pard and focus the image with the pa.  You need a scope that will px down to 10 yards or so, what have you got it on the scope is key to its performance they are a very good unit.

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Make sure the lens is clean, you cannot use it as a spotter then put on scope without adjusting the focus as JRDS says.

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8 hours ago, babs2020 said:

vortex crossfire  2 6 24 50

From what I can gather, vortex scopes aren't the best with add on nv. 

Also your 6x start mag is a little high for the Pard. 

See if you can try it on some other scopes and see if there's improvement. 

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9 hours ago, babs2020 said:

vortex crossfire  2 6 24 50

hello, this is the one i bought Hawke Vantage SF I/R 3 X 12 X 50  model number 14290

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11 hours ago, babs2020 said:

whats the best scopes for the pard

 

I use a Hawke Endurance 30 side focus which works well.

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5 hours ago, steve_b_wales said:

I use a Hawke Endurance 30 side focus which works well.

I also use my PARD 007 on other scopes, and was surprised to see that it also worked on non parallax scopes,albeit that the reticule wasn't crystal clear, but good enougn to pinpoint a fox sized target.

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10 minutes ago, babs2020 said:

what makes the vortex scope not good  with add ons  as i love my vortex scopes

 

No idea, probably the lens coatings, a low start mag helps too 4 x or less.
I tried mine on my 10-50x 60 mag Falcon , just doesnt work very well at all.
Put it on an old 3-9x 44 BSA , lovely image, or 4-12 x44 MTC , nearly as good.

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12 hours ago, Rewulf said:

From what I can gather, vortex scopes aren't the best with add on nv. 

Also your 6x start mag is a little high for the Pard. 

See if you can try it on some other scopes and see if there's improvement. 

Vortex scopes are pretty poor with night vision. Hawke Airmax, Sidewinder and MTC , etc are good, but the vantage is an exception as its not very good with NV.

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hi guys got my self any srx  boy what a difference even on  the vortex is good what a surprise 

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On 07/03/2019 at 20:47, Mini Magnum said:

Vortex scopes are pretty poor with night vision. Hawke Airmax, Sidewinder and MTC , etc are good, but the vantage is an exception as its not very good with NV.

Strange that, as I've just purchased a Vantage, and my PARD works well with it.

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10 hours ago, steve_b_wales said:

Strange that, as I've just purchased a Vantage, and my PARD works well with it.

They work with it, but not great..

If you compared along side with an MTC, Airmax, Sidewinder, etc they would be much better.

Which model is it?

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