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    Re: Russian made Scopes and Optics

    Post  x_54_u43 on Tue Oct 27, 2015 12:03 am

    GarryB wrote:The question was does Russia have something like BORs, the answer is yes they did, and now they have something rather better.

    In fact the aiming stadia on their PSO-1 scopes and its ability to detect active IR sources was a huge leap forward in scope design that the west rarely acknowledges.

    "ability to detect active IR sources"

    Could you please elaborate? I would like to feature that in my threads.

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    Re: Russian made Scopes and Optics

    Post  KoTeMoRe on Tue Oct 27, 2015 1:05 am

    x_54_u43 wrote:
    GarryB wrote:The question was does Russia have something like BORs, the answer is yes they did, and now they have something rather better.

    In fact the aiming stadia on their PSO-1 scopes and its ability to detect active IR sources was a huge leap forward in scope design that the west rarely acknowledges.

    "ability to detect active IR sources"

    Could you please elaborate? I would like to feature that in my threads.

    Fo Rear, you not know about it?

    IR-detection cell has been dropped since USSR broke. You can id a PSO-1/1M by checking for a switch on the left side of the sight. That used IR low light system to detect IR sources.

    You'd turn the switch on and the scope becomes greenish and the IR source at over 400m would stick out as a white circle.

    BTW ALLAH pointed me to this source for Soviet Scope ID.

    http://cccpcamera.photo-web.cc/RussianCamera/Kaisetsu/FACTORY/FACTORY.html

    symbols of different Zavods.

    BTW 2: PSO-1 full article.

    http://www.dragunov.net/optic_pso1.html

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    Re: Russian made Scopes and Optics

    Post  x_54_u43 on Tue Oct 27, 2015 1:29 am

    KoTeMoRe wrote:
    x_54_u43 wrote:
    GarryB wrote:The question was does Russia have something like BORs, the answer is yes they did, and now they have something rather better.

    In fact the aiming stadia on their PSO-1 scopes and its ability to detect active IR sources was a huge leap forward in scope design that the west rarely acknowledges.

    "ability to detect active IR sources"

    Could you please elaborate? I would like to feature that in my threads.

    Fo Rear, you not know about it?

    IR-detection cell has been dropped since USSR broke. You can id a PSO-1/1M by checking for a switch on the left side of the sight. That used IR low light system to detect IR sources.

    You'd turn the switch on and the scope becomes greenish and the IR source at over 400m would stick out as a white circle.

    BTW ALLAH pointed me to this source for Soviet Scope ID.

    http://cccpcamera.photo-web.cc/RussianCamera/Kaisetsu/FACTORY/FACTORY.html

    symbols of different Zavods.

    BTW 2: PSO-1 full article.

    http://www.dragunov.net/optic_pso1.html

    Much appreciated Kotemore, although I am curious to where you got those sources, I do not believe you when you say that you received the site from the Islamic deity.

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    Re: Russian made Scopes and Optics

    Post  KoTeMoRe on Tue Oct 27, 2015 1:34 am

    x_54_u43 wrote:
    KoTeMoRe wrote:
    x_54_u43 wrote:
    GarryB wrote:The question was does Russia have something like BORs, the answer is yes they did, and now they have something rather better.

    In fact the aiming stadia on their PSO-1 scopes and its ability to detect active IR sources was a huge leap forward in scope design that the west rarely acknowledges.

    "ability to detect active IR sources"

    Could you please elaborate? I would like to feature that in my threads.

    Fo Rear, you not know about it?

    IR-detection cell has been dropped since USSR broke. You can id a PSO-1/1M by checking for a switch on the left side of the sight. That used IR low light system to detect IR sources.

    You'd turn the switch on and the scope becomes greenish and the IR source at over 400m would stick out as a white circle.

    BTW ALLAH pointed me to this source for Soviet Scope ID.

    http://cccpcamera.photo-web.cc/RussianCamera/Kaisetsu/FACTORY/FACTORY.html

    symbols of different Zavods.

    BTW 2: PSO-1 full article.

    http://www.dragunov.net/optic_pso1.html

    Much appreciated Kotemore, although I am curious to where you got those sources, I do not believe you when you say that you received the site from the Islamic deity.

    Wallahi billahi you miscreants never believe anything:lol: . Small arms has been a guilty pleasure since about 10 years ago. So I know a bit about them. I know about these sites pretty much since they were created under various guises Dragnet, Tantal, Repro.be etc.

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    Re: Russian made Scopes and Optics

    Post  Book. on Thu May 12, 2016 9:05 am

    InfraTech IT-104H - Ru gun site
    05.12.2016 00:05:56 | Here: http://www.infratech.ru/

    Lightweight, compact night hunting scope with 3x increase with 2+ generation image intensifier tube, able to work in a wide range of lighting conditions. A special feature is the absence of the sight lens. The lens is focused at a distance of 80 meters. Specially designed optics allows for clear images at distances from 20 to 150 meters. Ideal for hunting with the approach.

    The sight is equipped with a removable IR-diode ostvetitelem (880 nm, 50 mW) with battery. The illuminator has a discrete power control and adjustment of the beam divergence. Lights mounted on a quick-bracket, providing the possibility of its alignment.


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    Re: Russian made Scopes and Optics

    Post  Arctic_Fox on Mon May 23, 2016 8:21 am

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    Re: Russian made Scopes and Optics

    Post  sepheronx on Mon Jun 13, 2016 12:11 am

    Shvabe has developed a universal reflex sight

    MOSCOW, 10 Jul — RIA Novosti. Universal secrity reflex sight that can be installed on firearms and crossbows developed specialists of the Vologda optical and mechanical plant (JSC "VOMZ), the press service of the holding "Schwabe", part of which includes the company.

    The optical part of the product placed in a lightweight silumin a sealed housing that protects the optics from the negative effects of rain, dirt, dust and mechanical effects.

    "The new sight is designed for dynamic types of hunting sport shooting or airsoft. The angular size the aiming mark type "Point" and features of a collimator allow the arrow successfully hit targets at ranges up to two hundred meters. And the presence of devotionlay adjustment of sighting mark's brightness enables you to use the sight in the twilight time of day," — said the General Director of JSC "VOMZ" Vasily Morozov.

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    Re: Russian made Scopes and Optics

    Post  Arctic_Fox on Tue Oct 04, 2016 8:46 pm

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