Pulsar Challenger GS 1x20 CF Super Nightvision Monocular
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Manufacturer code: PUL-74099 | Our code: 102425
The Challenger GS 1x20 is a multifunctional night vision device. The Challenger GS 1x20 has a number of applications. It can be used as a night vision monocular, night vision goggles (if set up on a Head Mount; the device can be used either for the right or the left eye), and a night attachment for a day optical riflescope or a collimator sight.
N.B. These units can be fitted to a multitude of scopes (using the 79041 Day Scope adaptor), but the scope that you are fitting it to, must have parallax adjustment, so that when you add the NV unit, it can be focussed correctly.
The body of the device is hermetically sealed which enables use in inclement weather (fog, heavy shower, dusty environment, sand storm etc.).
At the core of the Challenger GS 2x50 is the unique combination of specially designed optics and the CF-Super Image Intensifier Tube which ensure highest edge-to-edge resolution, clear, distortion-free and geometrically precise image across the entire field of view. The Challenger GS 1x20 is equipped with a wide-angled short range infrared illuminator but it has a matching site to install auxiliary, more powerful, focusable IR Illuminators Pulsar.
The device and the built-in IR illuminator are switched on/off with a single switch. Design of the switch prevents the IR illuminator from accidental activation (to avoid disclosure of the observer). The Challenger GS 1x20 boasts a wide range of applications, such as nocturnal walks on foot or by bicycle, night orientation, tourism, hunting, guard of industrial facilities and private property, military and sport games, patrolling and rescue operations.
|Dimensions||H: 5.6cm x L: 7.9cm x D: 16.3cm|
|Objective Lens Diameter||20 mm|
|Battery Type||CR123a battery|
Review by Paul Lee
Still waitng to get some dark night shooting little trouble with focus and there are some specks on lense
Review by Mick Courtney
can this be used on a hawke sidewinder 8-32x56 ir i understand i'll need an extra laser to use with it ?
Review by Phillip Taylor
Used on the back of my Hawke 6x24x56 Sidewinder with side parallax, Nightmaster 800ir and fac wolverine .22. Once setup it is very good can see rabbits out to 100 yrds plus, rats out to 50 yards ,would recommend this to any one wanting to start out in night vision. Excellent bit of kit. Not had any issues with mounting nice and secure.
Review by A Lawrence
Used with a Day Scope Adaptor on a Hawke Sidewinder 30 4-16x50 and a Pulsar IR Laser light (L-808) which is a great combo on a .22LR. Without extra illumination it won’t work, but this set up is fantastic. The image is clear, reticule sharp for the price and easy to use. My only gripes, are to do with how I now need to hold the rifle (same for ANY rear mounted NV), and the adaptor sometimes needs a little wiggle to realign with the scope. You do need a (ideally side) Parallax adjustable scope