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Pulsar DOS Dayscope Adapter for 1x20 Challenger NV Monocular

B&H # PUDAC120 MFR # PL79041
Pulsar DOS Dayscope Adapter for 1x20 Challenger NV Monocular

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  • For 1x20 Challenger GS
  • Includes 36/38/40/42/44mm Reducer Rings
  • Integrated Accessory Weaver Rail

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You Pay: $49.97

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The DOS Dayscope Adapter for 1x20 Challenger NV Monocular from Pulsar is a night vision accessory used to mount the monocular behind a day riflescope. The adapter includes reducer rings that allow mounting to riflescopes with a 36 to 44mm eyepiece diameter. A built-in Weaver rail is meant to accommodate a long-range infrared illuminator to suit the focal length of the day optic.

Reducer Rings
Includes rings to fit 36, 38, 40, 42, 44mm dayscopes
Dimensions 7.9 x 3.5 x 2.7" (20 x 9 x 7 cm)
Weight 10.6 oz (300 g) with adapter and reducing rings
Pulsar DOS Dayscope Adapter for 1x20 Challenger NV Monocular
  • 5-Piece Reducing Ring Set for Dayscope
  • Carrying Pouch
  • User Manual
  • Three Year Limited Warranty
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    Pulsar - 1x20 Challenger GS NV Monocular
    • You Pay: $449.97
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