U.S night vision tries to strong arm small business

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  1. Maybe I’m missing something, but that seems real shit. Psycho level shit, and I don’t like it at all. I have a variety of NVG for night hunting, and I’ll make sure not to touch their stuff in future.

    • LSWCHP,as you have a variety of night vision was wondering what you would recommend for a first time buyer of said gear,is it worth going binocular/white phosphorous/what is decent mounting gear ect. I am doing a lot of reading ect. trying to figure things out.

      Yes,I get quality stuff is going to make me wince,just want to get it right the first time and not down the road wish I spent an extra amount of monies to get it right the first time.

      My goals for said gear is a lot just using/getting used to them hiking in the woods ect.,perhaps a little practice night shooting/a little hunting and though hopefully not needed for it a bit of a edge the world falls apart/SHTF ect.

      Thanks for any input as I get ready to make this (expensive)leap.

  2. Not even remotely surprising. I was discussing being a dealer for those nutjobs a few years ago…their reps responses to my inquiry can best be described as “psychotic.”

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