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Night vision riflescope mounting standards

Note: This article is updated constantly. Last update: 13 March 2023.

1. Introduction

The hunting market has been completely transformed by NV and thermal riflescopes. Before these devices came into play, hunting had been confined mostly to daylight and dusk, not to mention that only the best daytime optics provided a bright-enough image to identify the game once the sun began to set. Police, the military, and professionals in other fields have also benefited from these devices over the past years. EU countries are still divided on the legality of the use of NV and thermal optics for hunting purposes. Since night vision and thermal optics make it simpler to manage the wild boar population, many countries in the EU have changed their legislation after the outbreak of African swine fever.

2. The history of night vision optics

Nearly a century has passed since infrared light technology began to develop.  Thermal imaging and night vision technology was first used by the military. The assets of these devices have gradually gained recognition in various industries. Hunters began to realize that some species, like red deer, wild boars, and most predators, do not go out into the open until it is dark, making daytime optics ineffective. This prompted the development of night vision and thermal hunting equipment, which fundamentally altered the hunting business. Dedal, Pulsar, and Dipol were the first businesses to create NV and heat devices for the civilian market. The effectiveness of these gadgets has increased significantly over time.

3. Technology in night vision riflescopes

3.1 Analog night vision

Analog night vision devices feature a component known as a photocathode which is basically a light-sensitive surface. The basic units of light, photons, transform into electrons when they come into contact with this surface. When electrons pass through a photomultiplier and strike a phosphor screen, they produce brief flashes of light that are visible to the human eye. Analog night vision devices are categorized into generations 1 through 3 based on their capacity for light enhancement. Gadgets from generations 2, 2+, 3, and 3+ are powerful but expensive, whereas first-generation devices are inexpensive but outdated. Illuminators that emit light with a wavelength of around 850 nm are usually the most effective when paired with analog night vision systems (the most expensive ones are an exception as they even work with illuminators that emit light with a wavelength above 900 nm).

3.2 Digital night vision

Different principles apply to digital night vision systems. They contain a sensor that transforms light into electrical impulses. The impulse passes through various converters and reaches the screen, where it is turned into light that can be seen by the human eye. Image quality improves with higher sensor sensitivity and resolution. Illuminators that emit light with a wavelength of 915–940 nm are ideal for these devices.

4. NV riflescope mounting standards

A NV riflescope is either equipped with a specific mounting standard or uses the tube as a means of mounting.

4.1 Screw hole mounting standards

NV riflescopes that do not feature a mounting tube come with a specific mounting standard which is located at the bottom of the device. The mounting standard consists of screw holes; there are several mounting standards on the market that differ in the size of the screw holes and their placement on the mounting surface.

A screw hole mounting standard
A screw hole mounting standard

4.2 Tube mounting standards

Tube mounting has been gaining in popularity in the last few years as a result of the manufacturers’ attempts to make NV riflescopes look similar to the standard riflescopes. Devices with such looks are especially favored among hunters. The tube measures 30 mm in diameter, so 30mm rings are required.

A tube mounting standard
A tube mounting standard

5. Mounting of night vision riflescopes on various mounting platforms

5.1 Picatinny rails

The Picatinny standard is the most popular system for attaching optics to rifles – night vision scopes are no exception. This mounting system’s practicality has contributed to its widespread use; many new rifles are pre-attached with Picatinny rails, and some even have a built-in Picatinny surface. If you have a rifle with drilled bores and want to mount a night vision riflescope, a Picatinny rail is a sensible option.

A Picatinny surface integrated onto the Merkel Helix Speedster
A Picatinny surface integrated onto the Merkel Helix Speedster

5.2 Pivot mounts

Pivot mounts are a preferred option for mounting shooting optics on a rifle due to their ease of use. These mounts can be easily detached and reattached to the firearm within seconds, eliminating the need to re-zero after each attachment. Several manufacturers offer such mounting solutions for night vision riflescopes, with the most popular options being produced by INNOmount, MAK, Rusan, and Contessa.

MAK pivot bases on a Mercury rifle
MAK pivot bases on a Mercury rifle

5.3 Blaser mounting surface

Most Blaser rifles are fitted with a four-notch Blaser mounting system that is well-known for its reliability and user-friendliness. As a result of the popularity of Blaser rifles, several mount manufacturers offer mounting solutions for night vision riflescopes that can be directly attached to the Blaser mounting system.

Blaser R8 with the Blaser four-notch mounting surface
Blaser R8 with the Blaser four-notch mounting surface

5.4 Sauer SUM

Sauer has incorporated a unique mounting surface on their renowned 404 models, referred to as Sauer Universal Mount or SUM. Since 2019, this mounting system has also been featured on Sauer 303 rifles. If you have any of these rifles, choosing a night vision riflescope mount that fits directly onto Sauer’s SUM is the most practical option for a low-profile setup.

Sauer 404 with the SUM mounting surface
Sauer 404 with the SUM mounting surface

5.5 Sauer ISI

The ISI mounting standard looks similar to the Picatinny mounting standard, particularly because of the inclusion of notches functioning as recoil stoppers. This mounting system is present on all Sauer 303 rifles produced before 2019, as well as some Sauer 202 models. Some mount manufacturers provide mounting solutions for night vision optics that can be attached directly to the ISI rail.

Sauer 303 with the ISI rail mounting surface
Sauer 303 with the ISI rail mounting surface

5.6 Tikka T3

The Tikka T3 is a widely used hunting rifle, known for its dependability, precision, and affordability. Its mounting platform features a 16.5mm dovetail with a recoil socket on the front mounting surface. Given the prevalence of Tikka T3 rifles, numerous manufacturers provide mounting solutions for night vision riflescopes that clamp directly onto the 16.5mm Tikka dovetail.

A 16.5mm dovetail on a Tikka T3
A 16.5mm dovetail on a Tikka T3

5.7 CZ 527

The CZ 527 rifle has a 16.5mm dovetail on its receiver similar to the Tikka T3, but one-piece mounts specifically made for the CZ 527 cannot be interchanged with those designed for the T3 due to the recoil notch location. However, specific night vision riflescope mounts are made by certain mount manufacturers that fit directly onto the CZ 527’s mounting surface.

A 16.5mm dovetail on a CZ 527
A 16.5mm dovetail on a CZ 527

5.8 Leupold QR

Leupold’s QR mounting solution is a frequently used option, and as a result, some mount manufacturers have created night vision riflescope mounting solutions for it. One such example is the MAKflex mount produced by MAK, which can be installed on Leupold QR bases. The mount is adjustable and can fit various night vision riflescope mounting standards as well as 30mm tubes.

5.9 CZ 550

The CZ 550 rifle has a 19.5mm dovetail on its receiver, with a recoil socket located on the left side of the rear mounting surface. Given the rifle’s popularity and unique mounting platform, some mount manufacturers have developed mounting solutions that enable users to mount their night vision riflescopes directly onto the CZ 550’s dovetail.

A 19.5mm dovetail on a CZ 550
A 19.5mm dovetail on a CZ 550

5.10 Merkel mounting surface

Certain Merkel rifles and a few Fabarm rifle models are equipped with a unique, four-notch mounting surface that includes a recoil stopper located on the front mounting surface, perpendicular to the front two notches. If you own one of these rifles and desire a low-profile night vision riflescope setup, you can buy a mount that fits directly onto the Merkel mounting surface.

5.11 12mm dovetail

The 12mm dovetail is a standard feature for break-barrel rifles. Due to the widespread use of break-barrel rifles, it is logical for mount manufacturers to produce night vision riflescope mounts that fit directly onto the 12mm dovetail.

5.11.1 Contessa 12 mm

Contessa manufactures a set of rails that can transform the mounting surface of a particular rifle into a 12mm dovetail base. Once installed, any mount suitable for a 12mm dovetail can be attached to the base, though it is ideally paired with Contessa’s QR mount series. The QR mount series includes various mounts, including those intended for night vision riflescope mounting.

6. Night vision riflescopes vs night vision clip-ons

6.1 Pros of night vision riflescopes

Weight

When using a clip-on device for shooting, it must be mounted on a standard riflescope, which results in a bulky and heavy setup compared to using a night vision riflescope by itself. Additionally, mounting a clip-on shifts the center of gravity towards the front, which may take the shooter a while to get used to. Therefore, if you want to minimize weight, a night vision riflescope is the better choice.

Resolution

Usually, night vision clip-on devices have a lower sensor resolution than night vision riflescopes, resulting in inferior optical performance and fewer image details.

Controls

The buttons on a thermal riflescope are easier to reach than those on a clip-on mounted in front of a daytime optic. Rear-mounted clip-ons are an exception to this.

Cost

In terms of cost, purchasing a thermal riflescope is generally more economical than buying both a daytime riflescope and a clip-on device, particularly if you do not own any shooting optics yet.

6.2 Cons of night vision riflescopes

Eye relief

Night vision riflescopes often have shorter eye relief than standard riflescopes, which may require some adjustment time. Attaching a clip-on device to the objective of your riflescope avoids changes to your shooting position as the eye relief remains the same. Rear-mounted clip-ons are an exception to this as they have an even shorter eye relief than night vision riflescopes.

Versatility

Clip-on devices can be quickly removed, allowing for an easy transition from dusk and nighttime hunting to daytime hunting with a standard riflescope. In contrast, night vision riflescopes lack this versatility.

Legality of use

While many countries prohibit the use of night vision riflescopes for hunting, regulations on clip-on devices are generally less strict as they do not feature a reticle and are often marketed as monoculars. Nonetheless, some countries have legalized night vision riflescopes for wild boar hunting due to the spread of African swine fever.

Ownership of a premium standard riflescope

For those who already own a high-quality daytime riflescope from a renowned brand like Swarovski, Kahles, Zeiss, Leica, or Blaser, a clip-on device may be more appealing since they can continue to use their premium riflescope for both daytime and nighttime hunting.

7. Night vision riflescope mounting standards

7.1 Screw hole mounting standards

7.1.1 Pulsar Trail mounting standard

This is a mounting standard that Pulsar has been using on their night vision and thermal riflescopes for the longest time. There are four screw holes on the mounting surface, each with a thread size of M6.

Pulsar Trail mounting standard on Pulsar Trail XP50 LRF
Pulsar Trail mounting standard on Pulsar Trail XP50 LRF

The distances are in mm.

Pulsar Trail mounting standard on Pulsar Trail LRF XP50
Pulsar Trail mounting standard on Pulsar Trail LRF XP50
Pulsar Trail mounting standard on Pulsar Trail LRF XP50
Pulsar Trail mounting standard on Pulsar Trail LRF XP50

Night vision riflescopes that share this mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
Pulsar Digisight LRF N960Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight LRF N970Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight N550Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight N750Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight N960Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight N970Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N355*Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N450*Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N450 LRF*Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N455*Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N455 LRF*Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N450Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N450SDiscontinued
Yukon Sightline N455Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N455SDiscontinued
Yukon Sightline N470Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N470SDiscontinued
Yukon Sightline N475Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N475SDiscontinued

*Even though this riflescope features the Pulsar Trail mounting standard, its eye relief is different from that of the devices without the * (asterisk) mark on the list, therefore mount manufacturers usually offer different mounting solutions for it.

Thermal riflescopes that feature the Pulsar Trail mounting standard

Thermal RiflescopeProductDetails
Pulsar Apex XQ38Discontinued
Pulsar Apex XQ38 LRFDiscontinued
Pulsar Apex XQ50Discontinued
Pulsar Apex XQ50 LRFDiscontinued
Pulsar Trail XQ38Discontinued
Pulsar Trail LRF XQ38Discontinued
Pulsar Trail XQ50Discontinued
Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50Discontinued
Pulsar Trail XP38Discontinued
Pulsar Trail LRF XP38Discontinued
Pulsar Trail XP50Discontinued
Pulsar Trail LRF XP50Discontinued
Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XQ50*Discontinued
Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XP50*Discontinued

*Even though this riflescope features the Pulsar Trail mounting standard, its eye relief is different from that of the devices without the * (asterisk) mark on the list, therefore mount manufacturers usually offer different mounting solutions for it.

Mounting possibilities for the Pulsar Trail standard

7.1.2 ATN ThOR mounting standard


Night vision riflescopes that share the ATN ThOR mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
ATN Mars 2Discontinued
ATN Mars 4Discontinued
ATN Mars 6Discontinued
ATN X-Sight HD 3-12xDiscontinued
ATN X-Sight HD 5-18xDiscontinued
ATN X-Sight II HD 3-14xDiscontinued
ATN X-Sight II HD 5-20x

Thermal riflescopes that feature the ATN ThOR mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
ATN Mars 2Discontinued
ATN Mars 4Discontinued
ATN Mars 6Discontinued
ATN X-Sight HD 3-12xDiscontinued
ATN X-Sight HD 5-18xDiscontinued
ATN X-Sight II HD 3-14xDiscontinued
ATN X-Sight II HD 5-20x

Mounting possibilities for the ATN ThOR standard

7.1.3 Pard NV008 mounting standard

Night vision riflescopes that share this mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
Pard NV008
Pard NV008P
Pard NV008P LRF
Sytong HT60

Thermal riflescopes that feature the Pard NV008 mounting standard

Thermal RiflescopeProductDetails
Pard SA19
Pard SA19 LRF
Pard SA25
Pard SA25 LRF
Pard SA35
Pard SA35 LRF
Pard SA45
Pard SA45 LRF

Mounting possibilities for the Pard NV008 standard

7.1.4 Pard NV008S mounting standard

Night vision riflescopes that share this mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
Pard NV008S
Pard NV008S LRF

Mounting possibilities for the Pard NV008S standard

7.1.5 Dedal 180 mounting standard

Night vision riflescopes that share this mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
Dedal 180Discontinued
Dedal 450
Dedal 480

Mounting possibilities for the Dedal 180 standard

7.1.6 Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard

Hikmicro uses this standard on all their thermal riflescopes. It is also featured on their clip-ons. It consists of a pair of screw holes that are 29 mm apart from center to center. The thread size is 1/4″ – 20.

Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard on Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-S
Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard on Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-S

All distances are in mm.

Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard on Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-S
Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard on Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-S
Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard on Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-S
Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard on Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-S

Night vision riflescopes that share this mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-S
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-SN
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-SL
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-SNL

Thermal riflescopes that feature the Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard

Thermal RiflescopeProductDetails
Hikmicro Thunder TH25
Hikmicro Thunder TH35
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TE19
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TE25
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TQ35
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TQ50
Hikmicro Panther LRF PH35L
Hikmicro Panther LRF PH50L
Hikmicro Panther LRF PQ35L
Hikmicro Panther LRF PQ50L

Clip-ons that feature the Hikmicro Thunder mounting standard

Clip-onProductDetails
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-L
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-R
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-RL
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TE19C
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TQ35C
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TQ50C
Hikmicro Thunder TH35C
Hikmicro Thunder TH35PC

Mounting possibilities for the Hikmicro Thunder standard

7.1.7 Infiray Saim mounting standard

The Saim mounting standard consists of two screw holes with a thread size of M5. The distance between the centers of the two screw holes is 30 mm.

Infiray Saim mounting standard on Night Pearl Fox 19 Hunt
Infiray Saim mounting standard on Night Pearl Fox 19 Hunt

The distances are in mm.

Infiray Saim mounting standard on Night Pearl Fox 19 Hunt
Infiray Saim mounting standard on Night Pearl Fox 19 Hunt
Infiray Saim mounting standard on Night Pearl Fox 19 Hunt
Infiray Saim mounting standard on Night Pearl Fox 19 Hunt

Night vision riflescopes that share this mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
Infiray Saim SCD35

Thermal riflescopes that feature the Infiray Saim mounting standard

Thermal RiflescopeProductDetails
Infiray Geni GL35R
Infiray Geni GL35R LRF
Infiray Rico RH35*
Infiray Rico RH50*
Infiray Rico RL42*
Infiray Saim SCH50
Infiray Saim SCL35
Infiray Saim SCP19
Infiray Saim SCT35
Infiray Saim SCT35 V2
Liemke Sperber 19Discontinued
Liemke Sperber 25Discontinued
Liemke Sperber 35Discontinued
Night Pearl Fox 19 Hunt
Night Pearl Fox 35 Elite II
Night Pearl Fox 35 Hunt

Mounting possibilities for the Infiray Saim standard

7.2 Tube mounting standard (30 mm)

These night vision riflescopes use a 30mm tube as a means of mounting. The mounting surface is typically divided by the turret section, just like with regular riflescopes. In order to attach these riflescopes to a rifle, 30mm rings are needed.

The 30mm tube mounting standard on Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Pro
The 30mm tube mounting standard on Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Pro
The 30mm tube mounting standard on Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Pro
The 30mm tube mounting standard on Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Pro

Night vision riflescopes that share this mounting standard

NV RiflescopeProductDetails
ATN X-Sight 4K INT 3-14x
ATN X-Sight 4K INT 5-20x
ATN X-Sight 4K Pro 3-14x
ATN X-Sight 4K Pro 5-20x
ATN X-Sight LTV 3-9x
ATN X-Sight LTV 5-15x
Guide DU50
Hikmicro Alpex A50T
Hikmicro Alpex A50TN
Infiray Tube TD50L
Pard DS35
Pulsar Digex C50
Pulsar Digex N450
Pulsar Digex N455
Yukon Photon RT 4.5x42S
Yukon Photon XT 6.5x50S

Thermal riflescopes that feature the tube mounting standard

Thermal RiflescopeProductDetails
ATN ThOR 4 384 1-25-5x*
ATN ThOR 4 384 2-8x*
ATN ThOR 4 384 4.5-18x*
ATN ThOR 4 384 7-28x*
ATN ThOR 4 640 1-10x*
ATN ThOR 4 640 1.5-15x*
ATN ThOR 4 640 2.5-25x*
ATN ThOR 4 640 4-40x*
ATN ThOR LT 160 3-6x*
ATN ThOR LT 160 4-8x*
ATN ThOR LT 160 5-10x*
ATN ThOR LT 320 2-4x*
ATN ThOR LT 320 3-6x*
ATN ThOR LT 320 4-8x*
ATN ThOR LT 320 5-10x*
Conotech Night Arrow 335
Conotech Night Arrow 350
Conotech Night Arrow 635
Conotech Night Arrow 650
Guide TU420
Guide TU430
Guide TU450
Guide TU620
Guide TU630
Guide TU650
Hikmicro Stellar Pro SQ35
Hikmicro Stellar Pro SQ50
Hikmicro Stellar SH35
Hikmicro Stellar SH50
Hikmicro Stellar SQ35
Hikmicro Stellar SQ50
Infiray Tube TH35
Infiray Tube TH35 V2
Infiray Tube TH50
Infiray Tube TL35
Infiray Tube TL35 V2
Infiray Tube TL50
Lahoux Sight 25
Lahoux Sight 35
Lahoux Sight Elite 25
Lahoux Sight Elite 50
Liemke Sperber 1
Night Pearl Marten 420
Night Pearl Marten 430
Night Pearl Marten 450
Night Pearl Marten 620
Night Pearl Marten 630
Night Pearl Marten 650
Pulsar Thermion 2 LRF XG50
Pulsar Thermion 2 LRF XP50 Pro
Pulsar Thermion 2 LRF XQ50 Pro
Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Pro
Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ35 Pro
Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ50 Pro
Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP50
Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP55
Pulsar Thermion XM30
Pulsar Thermion XM38
Pulsar Thermion XM50
Pulsar Thermion XP38
Pulsar Thermion XP50
Pulsar Thermion XQ38
Pulsar Thermion XQ50
Thermtec Ares335
Thermtec Ares360
Thermtec Ares660

*named Mars instead of ThOR in the EU.

Mounting possibilities for the Tube standard (30 mm)

8. Conclusion

If you have a night vision riflescope that is not listed in this article, or if you have found any error, please send an e-mail to [email protected] – help us expand our database. We greatly appreciate everyone’s help!

This article is regularly updated with new information and user contributions. We aim to create a collection of useful data that will be of great help to users and potential buyers of thermal riflescopes, and those who are looking for a mount for their night vision riflescopes.

List of all night vision and thermal riflescopes

NV/Thermal RiflescopeMounting StandardProductMounting OptionsDetails
ATN Mars 2
ATN Mars 4
ATN Mars 6
ATN ThOR 2 B&W
ATN ThOR 2 Color
ATN ThOR 3 B&W
ATN ThOR 3 Color
ATN ThOR 4 384 1-25-5x*
ATN ThOR 4 384 2-8x*
ATN ThOR 4 384 4.5-18x*
ATN ThOR 4 384 7-28x*
ATN ThOR 4 640 1-10x*
ATN ThOR 4 640 1.5-15x*
ATN ThOR 4 640 2.5-25x*
ATN ThOR 4 640 4-40x*
ATN ThOR 320
ATN ThOR LT 160 3-6x*
ATN ThOR LT 160 4-8x*
ATN ThOR LT 160 5-10x*
ATN ThOR LT 320 2-4x*
ATN ThOR LT 320 3-6x*
ATN ThOR LT 320 4-8x*
ATN ThOR LT 320 5-10x*
ATN ThOR-336 1-4x
ATN ThOR-336 1.5-6x
ATN ThOR-336 3-12x
ATN ThOR-336 4-16x
ATN ThOR-336 4.5-18x
ATN ThOR-336 9-36x
ATN ThOR-640 1-8x
ATN ThOR-640 1.5-12x
ATN ThOR-640 2.5-20x
ATN ThOR-640 2.25-18x
ATN ThOR-640 5-40x
ATN ThOR-HD 384 1.25-5x
ATN ThOR-HD 384 2-8x
ATN ThOR-HD 384 4.5-18x
ATN ThOR-HD 384 9-36x
ATN ThOR-HD 640 1-10x
ATN ThOR-HD 640 1.5-15x
ATN ThOR-HD 640 2.5-25x
ATN ThOR-HD 640 5-50x
ATN X-Sight 4K INT 3-14x
ATN X-Sight 4K INT 5-20x
ATN X-Sight 4K Pro 3-14x
ATN X-Sight 4K Pro 5-20x
ATN X-Sight HD 3-12x
ATN X-Sight HD 5-18x
ATN X-Sight II HD 3-14x
ATN X-Sight II HD 5-20x
ATN X-Sight LTV 3-9x
ATN X-Sight LTV 5-15x
Burris BTS35
Burris BTS50
Conotech Night Arrow 335
Conotech Night Arrow 350
Conotech Night Arrow 635
Conotech Night Arrow 650
Conotech Polaris 335R
Conotech Polaris 335RL
Conotech Polaris 350R
Conotech Polaris 350RL
Conotech Polaris 635R
Conotech Polaris 635RL
Conotech Polaris 650R
Conotech Polaris 650RL
Dedal-T2.380 Hunter
Dedal-T2.380 Hunter LRF
Dedal-T4.642 Hunter
Dedal-T4.642 Pro
Dedal-T4.642 Pro LRF
Fortuna General One 3M
Fortuna General One 3XL
Fortuna General One 6L
Fortuna General One 6M
Fortuna General One 6XL
Fortura General One 3L
Guide DU50
Guide TS425
Guide TS435
Guide TS450
Guide TU420
Guide TU430
Guide TU450
Guide TU620
Guide TU630
Guide TU650
Hikmicro Alpex A50T
Hikmicro Alpex A50TN
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-S
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-SL
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-SN
Hikmicro Cheetah C32F-SNL
Hikmicro Panther LRF PH35L
Hikmicro Panther LRF PH50L
Hikmicro Panther LRF PQ35L
Hikmicro Panther LRF PQ50L
Hikmicro Stellar Pro SQ35
Hikmicro Stellar Pro SQ50
Hikmicro Stellar SH35
Hikmicro Stellar SH50
Hikmicro Stellar SQ35
Hikmicro Stellar SQ50
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TE19
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TE25
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TQ35
Hikmicro Thunder Pro TQ50
Hikmicro Thunder TH25
Hikmicro Thunder TH35
Infiray CML 25
Infiray Geni GL35R
Infiray Geni GL35R LRF
Infiray Rico RH35*
Infiray Rico RH50*
Infiray Rico RL42*
Infiray Saim SCD35
Infiray Saim SCH50
Infiray Saim SCL35
Infiray Saim SCP19
Infiray Saim SCT35
Infiray Saim SCT35 V2
Infiray Tube TD50 L
Infiray Tube TD50L
Infiray Tube TH35
Infiray Tube TH35 V2
Infiray Tube TH50
Infiray Tube TL35
Infiray Tube TL35 V2
Infiray Tube TL50
Lahoux Sight 25
Lahoux Sight 35
Lahoux Sight Elite 25
Lahoux Sight Elite 50
Liemke Merlin 19
Liemke Merlin 25
Liemke Sperber 1
Liemke Sperber 19
Liemke Sperber 25
Liemke Sperber 35
Night Pearl Fox 19 Hunt
Night Pearl Fox 35 Elite II
Night Pearl Fox 35 Hunt
Night Pearl Marten 420
Night Pearl Marten 430
Night Pearl Marten 450
Night Pearl Marten 620
Night Pearl Marten 630
Night Pearl Marten 650
Night Pearl Oracle 35 Elite
Night Pearl Oracle 35 Pro
Night Pearl Oracle 50 Elite
Night Pearl Oracle 50 Plus II
Nitehog Boomslang
Pard DS35
Pard NV008
Pard NV008P
Pard NV008P LRF
Pard SA19
Pard SA19 LRF
Pard SA25
Pard SA25 LRF
Pard SA35
Pard SA35 LRF
Pard SA45
Pard SA45 LRF
Pulsar Apex XQ38Discontinued
Pulsar Apex XQ38 LRFDiscontinued
Pulsar Apex XQ50Discontinued
Pulsar Apex XQ50 LRFDiscontinued
Pulsar Digex C50
Pulsar Digex N450
Pulsar Digex N455
Pulsar Digisight LRF N960Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight LRF N970Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight N550Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight N750Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight N960Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight N970Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N355*Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N450*Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N450 LRF*Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N455*Discontinued
Pulsar Digisight Ultra N455 LRF*Discontinued
Pulsar Talion XG35
Pulsar Talion XQ35 Pro
Pulsar Talion XQ38Discontinued
Pulsar Thermion 2 LRF XG50
Pulsar Thermion 2 LRF XP50 Pro
Pulsar Thermion 2 LRF XQ50 Pro
Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 Pro
Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ35 Pro
Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ50 Pro
Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP50
Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP55
Pulsar Thermion XM30
Pulsar Thermion XM38
Pulsar Thermion XM50
Pulsar Thermion XP38
Pulsar Thermion XP50
Pulsar Thermion XQ38
Pulsar Thermion XQ50
Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XP50*Discontinued
Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XQ50*Discontinued
Pulsar Trail LRF XP38Discontinued
Pulsar Trail LRF XP50Discontinued
Pulsar Trail LRF XQ38Discontinued
Pulsar Trail LRF XQ50Discontinued
Pulsar Trail XP38Discontinued
Pulsar Trail XP50Discontinued
Pulsar Trail XQ38Discontinued
Pulsar Trail XQ50Discontinued
Sytong HT60
Thermtec Ares335
Thermtec Ares360
Thermtec Ares660
TVT Archer TSA-7
TVT Archer TSA-9
TVT Archer TSA-10
TVT Archer TSA-11
Yukon Photon RT 4.5x42S
Yukon Photon XT 6.5x50S
Yukon Sightline N450Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N450SDiscontinued
Yukon Sightline N455Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N455SDiscontinued
Yukon Sightline N470Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N470SDiscontinued
Yukon Sightline N475Discontinued
Yukon Sightline N475SDiscontinued
Summary
Night vision riflescope mounting standards
Article Name
Night vision riflescope mounting standards
Description
A night vision riflescope can either have a designated screw-hole mounting system or use the tube as a method of attachment.
Author
Publisher Name
Optics Trade
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