Todd in NY

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ATN Night Vision Scope $250

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Selling my new in box ATN night vision scope, model MK-SP Aries. I bought it a few years ago for coyote hunting and never took it out of the box, except to make sure it works. This is a Gen 1 scope and it comes with the box, storage bag, wrenches, daylight cover for the front lens, and the infra-red illuminator that attaches to the top of the scope. It also comes with a new pack of lithium batteries. This scope is legal for night hunting coyotes in New York, as stated on page 53 in the 2017-2018 hunting regs. Asking $250 OBO.

 

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Would you pm me a pic. Please, can it be mounted on a regular type rifle meaning not just for a AR type rifle, really interested!! PAP been looking for a while!!:yes:

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1 minute ago, pap said:

Would you pm me a pic. Please, can it be mounted on a regular type rifle meaning not just for a AR type rifle, really interested!! PAP been looking for a while!!:yes:

 

I'll get you a pic of the mounts shortly. 

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3 minutes ago, Todd in NY said:

It looks like it will mount to any Weaver style rail

 

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Is that what they call a dovetail type mt? Can you pm me a pic of the whole unit, what’s your bottom lineLOL gotta ask:lol:

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I can pm you pics, but does that mean you can't see the 3 pics I added to the first post?

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No I can see them, I didn’t know you were posting them on the thread.

 

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No I was just making sure I can mount it on regular style rifle. I don’t have any AR type rifles.

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I believe it’s 2.5 magnifications. As I learned hunting yotes I can tell you when using a red light and a telescope the more you turn the power up the less light the scope gathers, using Nikon, leupold with 50mm bell. Even lighted recticals makes a huge difference. The longs shots like out to 200 yards plus it’s hard to find the cross hairs unless they are lit up.

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No I was just making sure I can mount it on regular style rifle. I don’t have any AR type rifles.

You can buy a picatinny-style scope mount base for Weatherby, Remington, Winchester, Browning, and possibly others that lines up with your factory holes. I’m going to install one on my Remington 700 30-06 so I can share a tactical scope with my R15. The mounts, I’ve found, are $25 to over $100 depending on brand.
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Thanks buddy that’s good to know, I want to mount this scope on either my 22-250 which is a Remington or what most guys around here use that don’t care about the pelts a 25/06 which I have in a Ruger heavy barrel, we always go with a rifle and a shot gun. I shoot that dead coyote load, I’ve shot them out to 75 yards with the choke tube they recommend I don’t remember the name. Thanks again!! Mike

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You are welcome. They have rail mounts on Amazon for $40 for the Remington model 788 22-250.


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Magnification is 2.5. 

 

Sorry for the slow reply. It's been a long day. Got up for work at 2:00 this morning, worked all day, came home and did chicken and pet chores, then went to a local pro hockey game. I'm ready for bed.

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3 hours ago, LakerTaker said:


You can buy a picatinny-style scope mount base for Weatherby, Remington, Winchester, Browning, and possibly others that lines up with your factory holes. I’m going to install one on my Remington 700 30-06 so I can share a tactical scope with my R15. The mounts, I’ve found, are $25 to over $100 depending on brand.
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I bought a rail similar to this for my Ruger Mini-30. I never mounted the rail because it was for the night vision scope. I'd have to try to find it tomorrow, but I have no idea where it's at.

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