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Old 06-18-2019, 10:50 AM
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Personally, I use night vision binoculars more often these days because I got into hunting after dusk.These Binoculars are amusing to utilize and to try different things with, presently I keep mine in the vehicle all an opportunity to utilize it when I'm go angling from the shoreline to a climb on the forested areas. a week ago I had a go at utilizing them to see Sandy Hook NJ from Staten Island which is about in excess of 6 miles separation and I figured out how to snap a photo of it on my mobile phone .. also, presently I'm going insane to realize what was that huge structure I found in NJ ?? you truly can play around with it taking a stab at watching fowls and ocean movement or milestones as I did.
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