Pulsar’s Trail LRF units now shipping

11/5/18 9:30 AM | by

The Trail LRF series offers a thermal laser range finder. (Photo: Pulsar)

Pulsar announced its Trail LRF series is finally on its way to consumers, officially shipping in four different models.

The XQ38 LRF, XQ50 LRF, XP38 LRF and XP50 LRF feature similar attributes to the rest of the Trail lineup; however, the units boast the added benefit of integrated LRF allowing the devices to display target distance up to 1,100 yards.

“Whether you’re hunting varmints from inside close range or predators from afar, the integrated LRF will help you take the perfect shot,” Pulsar said in a news release.

The Trail LRFs offer WiFi remote viewing through the Stream Vision app with built-in recording as well as audio and picture-in-picture digital zoom. In addition, the Trail LRF series packs in an eight-hour rechargeable battery. The laser rangefinders finishes off its design with a 640×480 AMOLED display with an optional 640×480 sensor.

The Pulsar Trail LRF line is now shipping with prices hovering around the $6,000 mark.

The LRF features an eight hour rechargeable battery. (Photo: Pulsar)

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