ATN ThOR3 Weapon sight, $13,000 of fun

ATN ThOR3 Weapon sight, $13,000 of fun

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ATN ThOR Reticle
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American Technologies Network developed an advanced family of thermal sights for light, medium and heavy weapon applications; the ThOR series of thermal imaging scopes. The ThOR 3 optics are based upon a proven 320 x 240 microbolometer core, which is coupled with a high resolution OLED Color Microdisplay Assembly or B&W OLED Microdisplay Assembly that provides exceptional resolution and clarity.

To achieve superior accuracy and precision the ThOR scopes utilize a rear projected optical precision windage and elevation system that allows for ¾" MOA (2X) and ½" MOA (3x) reticle adjustments. This is a significant improvement over systems that use digital windage and elevation. The ThORs are the only thermal weapon sights with ATN's new proprietary feature - Two Color Manual Brightness control of the aiming reticle. This feature allows for a choice of color (red or amber) of the projected reticle depending on the operator's preference and tactical situation. The ThOR has a 3x optical magnifications, an increased resolution benefit over traditional digital zoom models.

The ThOR 3 scope is feature rich and an ideal tool for force protection, border patrol officers, police SWAT and special operations forces. Features include; precision internal windage and elevation adjustment, a digital operating control with direct button access, a manual image refresh switch, digital zoom for surveillance purposes, rapid 3-second start-up, 6-hour operation with 4-lithium batteries, MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny Rail) Quick-Release Mount; all housed in a rugged, full-metal, durable housing.

An important benefit of the ThOR 3 scopes for surveillance operators is that the uncooled thermal imaging cuts through dust, smoke, fog, haze and other combat obscurants. The ThOR 3 does not emit any visible light or RF energy, keeping the operator's location in total secrecy and safety.

The ThOR 3 B&W is available with an MSRP of $13,199.00 and the color unit for $13,699.00

The ThOR 3 Thermal Imaging scope can be purchased directly at www.atncorp.com or any of their retailing partners .

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2 years 50 weeks ago, 12:53 PM

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‘Surprise honey! Remember that new kitchen you’ve been wanting so badly? Well guess what, I used the money to buy a thermal image sight!…Why? So we can use it to hunt squirrels at night. At night!…Hey, where ya going? Come back! Nooo…!’

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2 years 50 weeks ago, 1:34 PM

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lol if u let her shoot it a lot u might GET IT LOL.............................TY

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2 years 50 weeks ago, 1:50 PM

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Probably not

tallguy007 wrote:
lol if u let her shoot it a lot u might GET IT LOL.............................TY

The missus is pretty frugal....lol

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2 years 50 weeks ago, 1:45 PM

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they will be on sale at Best Buy,next to MW3

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
2 years 50 weeks ago, 3:01 PM

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Thermal image sight

Yeah, I want something like this baaad. The hogs have gone nocturnal, also to fix my masked bandit problem at the feeder and thin the coyote a little.

But it's too rich for my blood right now. C'mon, early-adopters, go get these and drop the price already. ;)

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2 years 50 weeks ago, 3:03 PM

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hamp has it..

yeah with you on that one... hey come back...just kidding ... ha ha

You guys check out the 100 troops that are confined to their barracks till they find the missing night scopes, and gps systems.. guess theres a WHOLE lot of them missing and a big stink..

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2 years 50 weeks ago, 3:11 PM

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The figures are in.. at the current rate of sale on the Chevy Volt.. this is incredible, but reported by both FOX and CNN (fox has commercials) quarter million per car.. Yep.. 250,000k per each and everyone of those little zippers..

Course if the rate of sale goes up to like 3 per month.. then the cost per auto will drop to oh gosh maybe 245,000 per car..

OH yeah forgot to tell the envirohuggers that it still pollutes.. just adds the carbon down the road at where ever their power is coming from..

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2 years 50 weeks ago, 3:16 PM

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Chevy Volt

lol

Not surprised. But you can't blame Chevy. They have to hedge their bets. ;)

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2 years 50 weeks ago, 3:50 PM

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thermal imagery

I know of a guy that has a thermal weapon sight. It is nice, heavy, but nice. They do not see through glass, which is strange. He is trying to "exchange" the thermal for a fusion scope. His "girlfriend" could be a nice down payment on a house. It is fun to play with when he is stateside...

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