Clip on Thermal Rifle Scopes
Clip on thermal rifle scopes are truly versatile thermal imaging scopes that give you increased options and functionality. Whether you are looking to use it as a dedicated thermal flir scope or clipped on in front of your day optics for increased thermal imaging zoom capability, these scopes can easily accommodate your needs. Our long range clip on’s fit any Picatinny rail mount in seconds, and there’s no need to rezeo. So if you’re in a combat situation or in the hunting realm, you can switch to your favorite aiming method with ease. These scopes need absolutely no light to function, so you can literally turn any day scope into a night vision scope with a simple throw lever mount. Now you can see your targets any time of day or night making it a truly robust aiming system. Our thermal clip on scopes also have the unique capability of being mounted in front of monoculars, spotting scopes, binoculars and other daytime optical systems for increased thermal range and capabilities.
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A Thermal imaging flir clip on scope is considered game-changer among experienced thermal scope users. Especially when you’ve long been a user of a stand-alone thermal scope. Clip on thermal scopes are pretty self-explanatory. You clip the thermal scope onto your rifle and you’re good to go. These are excellent when you’re in a situation like a home defense situation. Whether you use a rifle or a handgun, a clip on can be attached in a matter of seconds. Clip on thermal scopes are sometimes called ‘inline scopes”, they “capture” the optical data from your day sight and works in tandem, using your day scopes reticle and sights, you see the in-line with the optics, you don’t need to worry about zeroing in these types of scopes. These are probably the most versatile of the two since you can use these both during the day in broad daylight or at night when light conditions are non-existent. Plus, if you already have a basic rifle scope, you can have instant thermal imaging capability in a matter of seconds, if your current scope is zeroed in and ready to go, there is no point in having to zero it in again for the sake of adapting it to your new thermal IR add-on.
When you hear “clip on”, it’s pretty self-explanatory. You can clip on a thermal scope onto your rifle without having to rely on certain tools. Likewise, there are clip on optics that can work in conjunction with your currently existing scope that is mounted onto your rifle, In situations when life is on the line, every second is critical. That is why it will only take a matter of seconds to clip on a thermal scope or optic before it is ready for battle. This is key especially when most self-occur at night. Plus, turning on the lights may often scare off or give burglars a signal to wait for the oncoming defender. With a thermal rifle scope, you won’t need to turn on the light. This will, in turn, give you a much greater advantage against your target, especially multiple targets. While thermal rifle scopes have the ability to pick up targets by heat signatures in day or night, clip on thermal scopes also have the ability to function even in broad daylight and they can be mounted to spotting scopes, binoculars, and other daytime optical gear. The main benefit of this is that regardless if you switch from daytime to nighttime optics, you won’t have to repeat the task of zeroing in your scope. No matter what mode, your scope will be set and ready. If your budget has a bit more breathing room, then you can possibly swing for a clip on thermal scope or optic. However, if you’re on a tight budget, this may not be an ideal scope to go after. Thermal clip on scopes utilize precise optics that must remain always bore sighted. A clip on thermal scope is a great tool to have and is the go to thermal for military and law enforcement agencies. Incorporating on a dedicated thermal rifle scope is the same as adding on a basic rifle scope that is designed for the use of hunting.
Whether you’re hunting hogs, deer it’s always good to have a scope that is set and ready to go whenever you need it most. This is also the best scope of choice when compared to night vision. Especially if you’re hunting targets are coyotes or hogs. Clip ons thermal rifle scopes tend to have an advantage in terms of installation, we can’t forget that some standalone scopes (and even basic rifle scopes for that matter) are easy to install. Mounting a Thermal scope should not be the least intimidating of a task. All you need to do is mount it on to your rifle and you are good to go. If you’re looking for a thermal rifle scope but you’re on a budget, you might consider a standalone scope as your best choice if you’re dead set on getting a scope with thermal optics. It is important that you should place quality as a higher priority over price while searching for a scope. Even scopes with a low price tag may not perform very well and will give you the quality you want out of a thermal scope. As a rule, find the best dedicated scope that you can afford. Part of the reason why some gun owners would choose a clip on Thermal scope over a standalone thermal sight will be due to the fact that it will be easier to carry. In other words, a stand-alone thermal scope may add on a little bit more weight to a rifle than it already has. Thermal scopes can be used in the daytime but your daylight is more preferable, unless you get into situations where the environment is cluttered or if there is smoke in the scene (Thermal imaging see right through smoke).