Pulsar has added four new models to its popular line of Pulsar Apex thermal riflescopes: the Apex XQ38 (PL76417) and Apex XQ50 (PL76427), as well as the LRF variants of those, the Apex LRF XQ38 (PL76419) and Apex LRF XQ50 (PL76429).

Capable of detecting heat signatures up to 1,420 yards away no matter the time of day, the Apex XQ38 displays thermal images from its 384×288 resolution, 17µm pixel pitch core on a high-quality 640×480 AMOLED display. Shooters can zoom in on targets continuously at .1x increments, or use quick 2x, 3x or 4x stepped zoom. Responding to feedback from users in the field, Pulsar has also added a new LRF XQ38 model, giving shooters the ability to acquire precise target distances by using a built-in laser rangefinder up to 1,000 yards away. Both of these models feature variable 2.2-8.8x magnification and 32mm objective lenses.

Meanwhile, the Pulsar Apex XQ50 2.8-11.2×42 models can detect heat signatures at a range of up to 1,750 yards. The LRF XQ50 model includes the same quality, built-in laser rangefinder for gauging precise distances.

According to the press release, all Pulsar Apex thermal riflescopes boast Picture-in-Picture digital zoom, which lets shooters maintain FOV while placing precise shots. Also included are 10 electronic reticles, three rifle profiles with three zeroes per profile, two CR123A batteries with 4.5-hour battery life (with video out off), video/power cable, wireless remote control, weaver/picatinny mount, cleaning cloth, carrying case and hex wrench.

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