AGM Global Vision are adding laser rangefinders to their Rattler series of thermal weapon sights. Anyone who has used a thermal device knows the difficulty to accurately determine the range to objects out in the dark. The addition of a laser rangefinder (LRF) takes out the guesswork, hopefully making it easier to decide if and when to take the shot and where to aim.
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AGM Expands Rattler Thermal Scope Line
Springerville, AZ – AGM Global Vision has been listening to what customers have been asking for and are pleased to announce that new models featuring a Laser Range Finder (LRF) will be coming soon. These are the first LRF models to be added to the Rattler series and AGM will be offering multiple units in the LRF family. There will be 35mm and 50mm options in both 384×288 and 640×512 resolution, both with 12 micron displays and 50hz refresh rates.
The Rattler series comes standard with on board recording, 16gb of storage, a wifi enabled app, picture in picture display, and an American Defense QD mount. This optic is powered by an 18650 battery or an external battery pack via the on board USBC plug.
MSRP on these units ranges from $3,459 to $5,769 and it will be available in early November through authorized AGM retailers and distributors.
About AGM Global Vision
Based in Springerville, Arizona, AGM Global Vision designs, develops, and distributes a wide range of professional-grade night vision and thermal rifle scopes, clip-on systems, spotting scopes, binoculars, monoculars, goggles, multispectral lasers, infrared illumination devices, and more. AGM Global Vision showcases its wide range of products at conferences and trade shows domestically and internationally, AGM will continue to adapt its designs to the fluctuating needs and emerging technologies of the night vision and thermal imaging industries.
You can find AGM’s thermal weapon sights here: https://www.agmglobalvision.com/thermal-imaging/thermal-weapon-sights
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