The Trail LRF combines the Trail’s popular thermal imaging with laser range finder capabilities. (Photo: Pulsar)
Pulsar launches new models into its Trail series, adding new laser rangefinder models to its thermal imaging lineup.
Packed with the same features as the Trail thermal rifle scopes, the new Trail LRF models offer an integrated laser rangefinder serving up accurate distances from shooters to targets. The Trail LRFs — available in XQ28, XQ38, XQ50, XP38, and XP50 — deliver WiFi remote viewing via the Stream Vision app as well as built-in recording with sound and 8-hour rechargeable battery pack.
The Trail LRF offer WiFi remote viewing for a luxury experience. (Photo: Pulsar)
The LRF models provide a 640×480 AMOLED display with an optional 640×480 sensor and picture-in-picture digital zoom.
“Thermal aficionados, the time has come to stop guessing your target distances. New for 2018, Pulsar is proud to introduce new Trail LRF models,” Pulsar said in a press release. “No more wondering how far away that group of pigs is or if you should use holdovers on that distant predator.”
Consumers interested in the Trail LRF models should prepare to drop a chunk of change, the new laser rangefinders enter the market hovering around the $6,000 range.