Military Grade Night Vision is Legal in 50 States for Now, But for How Long?

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As the battle to ban or restrict so called “weapons of war” heats up across America, politicians are setting their sights on more than just guns.  Late last year Chuck Shumer presented a bill that would require the FBI to establish standards for who is allowed to buy body armor such as bullet-resistant vests after a series of mass shootings in which the gunmen wore body armor, most recently the suspect in the killing of nine people last weekend in Dayton, Ohio. Schumer’s proposal would include exceptions for police and other public safety officials, according to the AP.

“The ease with which those intent on doing evil are able to get advanced body armor is shocking,” Schumer tweeted Sunday afternoon. “In addition to the House-passed background checks bill, it’s time to require anyone seeking sophisticated body armor to get sign-off from the FBI.”  Schumer labels body armor and things like Night Vision as “Tactical Weapons” and wants to see them banned from civilian use.

At Shot Show 2020 there were rumors that Military Grade Night Vision is next on the liberal politician hit list. Ironically and simultaneously there was a rumor at Shot Show that FLIR was planning to shut down their Thermal and Night Vision. The second rumor has now been confirmed by Ammoland.com on January 23rd, 2020 when they wrote “FLIR Discontinues Riflesights, Various Outdoor and Tactical Systems.”

FLIR Stops Selling Night Vision and Thermal Optics to Civilians

FLIR released a press message at the SHOT Show on 21 January 2020.

From flir.com:

FLIR is discontinuing certain Outdoor product lines as it further heightens its focus on the professional user.  (in other words sell to military and law enforcement only) Select handheld product lines will continue to be offered commercially, but remaining products will be further focused toward law enforcement, public safety, and other professional users. FLIR will offer discontinued products through existing channels until inventory is fully depleted, and FLIR will continue to honor qualified warranties for all registered products. For warranty information, visit www.flir.com/support.

At Tactical Shit we believe Night Vision is just as much your right as firearms.  Military Grade Night Vision Monoculars and Binoculars have tons of uses from night time navigation to hunting and more.  Until now, military grade NVGs have been very expensive.  Recent technological advances have created a situation where civilians can have the same technology used by Special Forces for Under $10,000 and in some cases under $2500.

Our picks for the best deals on Military Grade Night Vision during this Presidents Day Weekend are as follows

  1. Harris F5032  Was $11,800  This Weekend ONLY $9999

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seen here is the Harris F5032 Lightweight Night Vision Binocular.

                                                                                Features:
• Fixed or adjustable diopter lenses to minimize eye strain
• Single, self-contained AA battery with an alert when running low
• Auto and manual brightness available
• Auto shut-off functions only when the goggles are in the stowed position

These systems are intended for the Marine Corps’ Close Combat Force, consisting primarily of its Infantry.

Harris Corp’s night vision business is currently being purchased by the US subsidiary of Israel-based Elbit Systems (Elbit Systems of America). Harris recently was acquired by L3                                Technologies, Inc and now goes by the name L3 Harris.

These are the very same night vision binoculars that were recently selected by Marine Corps System Command in a 249M contract.

      2. PVS – 14 Green Phospur Monocular  Was $3,495  This Weekend ONLY $2495

        

                  • Auto-Gated Military Performance
                  • Harris / Elbit Gen III Variable Gain Intensifier
                  • P43 Green Phosphor
                  • Minimum Resolution 64lp/mm
                  • Minimum Signal To Noise 25
                  • Single AA Battery
                  • Submersible
                  • Weapons Mountable up to 5.56mm
                  • New 2 Year Limited Warranty
                  • Allow 7-14 Day Build Time Due to Demand

The USNV PVS-14A is US Night Vision’s most advanced monocular. The versatile Gen 3 USNV PVS-14A features a manual gain control which                                                                                                  allows the user to increase or decrease image tube brightness for greater image contrast in varying light conditions. The USNV PVS-14A uses an                                                                                                auto-gated Generation 3 image tube in a compact, high performance, mil-spec housing designed for multiple applications. The USNV PVS-14A                                                                                                  can be hand-held, head-mounted, helmet-mounted and weapons mounted.

3. PVS – 14 White Phospur Monocular  Was $3,995  This Weekend ONLY $3495 with a FREE Chase Bump Helmet and RHNO Mount

        

                    • Harris / Elbit Gen III White Phosphor Technology
                    • Variable Gain Image Intensifier
                    • Auto-Gated Military Performance
                    • Single AA Battery
                    • Submersible
                    • Weapons Mountable
                    • New 2 Year Limited Warranty

The USNV PVS-14A GEN III White Phosphor system is US Night Vision’s most advanced monocular. The versatile Gen 3 USNV PVS-14A features new White Phosphor image tube technology technology as well as a manual gain control which allows the user to increase or decrease image tube brightness for greater image contrast in varying light conditions. The USNV PVS-14A uses an auto-gated Generation 3 image tube in a compact, high performance, mil-spec housing designed for multiple applications. The USNV PVS-14A can be hand-held, head-mounted, helmet-mounted and weapons mounted.

 

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