Pulsar’s Talion XQ38 is an exciting thermal addition to Pulsar’s extensive catalogue! With a 384×288 microbolometer sensor resolution, the Talion detects heat signatures up to 1475 yards! Boasting a variable magnification of 2.5-10x, the Talion expertly locates heat signatures in total darkness. The Talion features built-in photo and video recording and a multi-point prism mount to aid in exact positioning on the rifle.
The Talion has Wi-Fi integration and is supported b the Stream Vision 2 application, ensuring users can capture and preserve all their shooting memories. In a strong, but lightweight, magnesium alloy housing, the Talion has an IPX7 waterproof rating and can withstand calibers up to 12 gauge, 9.3×64 and .375 H&H.
The Talion XQ38 is an exciting, powerful thermal riflescope from Pulsar that maintains an extremely high image quality in severe weather conditions, and it functions for up to 9 hours on a single battery charge. The Talion also boasts a selection of ten reticle shapes in nine color modes, precision aiming with Picture-in-Picture mode and a large selection of different color palettes.
384×288 microbolometer resolution
1475-yard detection range
Photo and video recording
Wi-Fi connectivity and Stream Vision 2 app supported
Waterproof, IPX7 rated housing
9 hours of battery life on a single charge
Ten reticles in nine colors
Multiple color palettes
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