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US NightVision IR 125 Blackout Infrared Filter - 1.25" Diameter

B&H # USBIRF125 MFR # 000044
US NightVision IR 125 Blackout Infrared Filter - 1.25" Diameter

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US Night Vision Blackout Infrared filters are an essential equipment force multiplier for tactical nighttime operations of military entities worldwide.  Every Blackout filter provides as much infrared illumination, when seen through night vision instruments, as a headlight seen by the naked eye at night-facilitating safer, faster & more efficient means of travel.

The Blackout filters are made in the USA by US Night Vision Corporation, and are available only to the US Military and its allies.

Note: This item requires a license from the US State Department.

Blocks 99% of visible light
Includes flip-up cap
Appropriate for Laser Surefire Weapon Lights
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.0 x 1.8 x 0.6"
US NightVision IR 125 Blackout Infrared Filter - 1.25" Diameter
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