MLB-the bridge for NVD and thermal

Mounting options For thermal and NVD THE-14 and Jerry YM THE-14 and PFN640+ For two nightvision monoculars   THE-14 and THE-14 PVS-14 and PVS-14 Bridge and adapters MLB with J-arms for monoculars Tools included with MLB PFN- adapter available separately YM- adapter  available separately Weight comparison Weight of MLB with 2 J-arms 51g Weight of D14 with 2 J-arms 120g The images provided clearly showcase the substantial benefits of using a dedicated thermal device. The level Read more…

Published on December 8, 2023

16mm tube DTNVS

DTNVS binocular at a monocular weight, but at what cost? Actually you do not lose much, going from 40 degree FOV to 38 degrees is barely noticeable. This is a great exchange if what you get in exchange is a great price and the most lightweight binocular on the market. You will not gain double the Field Of View if you go from monocular to binocular as you might hope actually, what you will get Read more…

Published on June 7, 2024
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Gain Crucial Tactical Advantage: 8 Must-Have Night Vision Accessories

The nightvision accessories to maximise your capability 1. Infrared capable durable flashlight: Nightvision devices need ambient light to work, sometimes star and moonlight do the job but more often than not you need a little extra illumination to light up the shadows. Dark areas indoors like basements or closed off rooms without ambient light can quickly become problematic. Nightvision picks up infrared light that can’t be seen with the naked eye. There are various products Read more…

Published on May 27, 2024

ACT MUM-14 comparison

Housing PVS-14 Weight Battery Gain Mounting ~350g AA Manual Standard J-Arm THE-14 Weight Battery Gain Mounting ~255g AA Manual Standard J-Arm MUM-14 Weight Battery Gain Mounting ~260g AA and CR123 Non-adjustable Minirail Included with MUM-14 Hardcase Minirail J-ARM (Bayonet) Demist shield Objective lens cap Tube specification sheet Device birth certificate ACT Merchandise AA battery adapter Minirail helmet mount Tubes MUM-14 Noctuvision 2000+FOM ∼3800-4100 Eur +VAT THE-14 and PVS-14 Photonis ECHO, ECHO+ and 4G FOM 1800-2500 Read more…

Published on May 8, 2024

Infinity Cap – just to look cool or a functional multi-purpose upgrade?

We appreciate quality products, especially when it provide multiple functions and even better if it makes you look cool. Infinity Iris designed the Infinity Cap which ticks all the boxes for Falconclaw in terms of what we would want from a product like this. It works as a focal adjustment iris with 23.5mm all the way down to 1mm with a click-stop at 5.66mm which puts you right at infinite focus At 1mm it will Read more…

Published on March 13, 2024

2024 Best helmet mounted thermal

New thermal has arrived to take the place as the best helmet mounted What is different and new about the Jerry-YM 2.0? They look and feel identical, however the it does have some upgrades. Here is an overview. Jerry-YM Electonic zoom 1 – 4x Recoil proof No Mounting options Handheld, helmet Color palette options White hot Black hot Color Jerry-YM 2.0 Electonic zoom 1 – 6x Recoil proof 556 and 223 Mounting options Handheld, helmet, Read more…

Published on February 15, 2024

D14 dovetail adapter for thermals

Quick attach adapters for your favorite thermals Jerry YM dovetail adapter PFN640+ Dovetail adapter How it compares to our own bridge solution Different strokes for different folks, if you are going for lightweight our MLB will be the option for you, quick on and off feature- D14. D14 has been on the market for a while and many people have already acquired this bridge, which is why we made this option for our favourite thermals Read more…

Published on February 5, 2024

Best Helmet Mounted Thermal

Remember the Infiray ML19 and the MH25? They were decent bang for buck thermal monoculars for helmet mounting or standalone use. We hoped the new version of the device named MH25W would be an upgrade to the previous version, but that was not the case.  Everyone knows RH-25 (USA) or PFalcon 640+ (rest of the world), and its a major upgrade for the MH25, but the biggest downside is that it costs and weighs around 50% more.  Read more…

Published on July 25, 2023

Round #1: Photonis ECHO vs 4G, Go!

We are aiming to provide series of “Round #” articles where we will compare different NVDs in same environments. There are many articles online that describe the performance of different generations, tube producers or optics. Truth is that usually comparable devices are not close to each other specification wise. We wanted to do honest review and It’s so much easier to grasp the difference when you see performance of IIT’s with similar specs side-by-side. We Read more…

Published on February 22, 2022

How big is the difference between FOM 1661 and 1979?

Until now, in our comparison blogs we have compared ECHO to a GEN3 and other GEN2s. You can read all about it here.  However, we have never compared ECHO vs ECHO to answer a question  “how big is the difference between FOM 1600 and FOM 1900?“. Now, we will try to cover that question with examples. Specification of Test Units Let us start by comparing specification sheets of the selected test units. As you can see Read more…

Published on June 28, 2020


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