Sightmark’s Digital Technology Makes Night Vision Versatile, Affordable

Sightmark has a reputation for making quality, budget-friendly riflescopes. But it’s the company’s line of digital optics capable of working past curfew that has piqued the interest of predator hunters and others.

Sightmark’s Digital Technology Makes Night Vision Versatile, Affordable

Electronic controls sit atop the unit, toward the shooter. In testing they were a challenge to activate intuitively, although with familiarity the effort required diminishes. The number of variables you can control is impressive. (Photo: Guy Sagi)

Sightmark has a reputation for making quality, budget-friendly riflescopes, but it’s the company’s line of digital optics capable of working past curfew that has piqued the interest of predator hunters and others.

If the firm’s Wraith HD 4-32x50mm digital scope is any indication, they’re worth the space in your display case.

Night Shift

The Wraith HD 4-32x50mm uses a simple process to “see” in the dark. The riflescope collects infrared light through a 50mm...

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