Once upon a time, it was either a binocular or nothing. This tool was widely embraced by hunters for sporting a kill in the wild. On the other hand, thermal imaging was primarily used by the military and hardcore law enforcement agencies while on the field.
But a lot has since changed and the affordable cost of infrared technology, thanks to recent developments, has led to the widespread availability of consumer-level thermal imaging devices.
Unfortunately, if your loves for hunting dates back to the 80’s and you have not kept up with modern trends, then you may not see much use for a thermal monocular. To help meet this need, we have put together some interesting reasons for an infrared monocular in your next hunting adventure.
Coyote hunting is a pretty fun activity I love to do during my free time. And since they're nocturnal animals, it's actually best to hunt them during the night, when they're awake and outdoors! But I know how difficult it is to hunt at night, especially when you don't have the proper knowledge and equipment.
Even I was confused at first, so you're not alone! That's why I did my research and want to share my experiences with you on how to hunt coyotes at night. So read on as I show the right tips and equipment you need to begin your hunts now.
Night time hunting can be a great thing to do and one that is really enjoyable and also successful. We’ve compiled a list of five different things to do to prepare yourself to go out hunting at night time.
Before you consider going out with night vision to shoot, you need to do some research first. It isn't simply about going out in a field, making a scan of the land and then shooting a fox.