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ATN PS22 Day/Night System

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ATN PS22 Day/Night System

Postby ATN_Rep on Fri May 16, 2008 3:49 pm

Representing the latest advancement in Night Vision optics, the ATN PS22 gives your daytime scope Night Vision capability in a matter of seconds. The ATN PS22 mounts in front of a daytime scope to enable nighttime operation. No shift of impact, no need to rezero nor change of eye relief occurs. The ATN PS22 uses the latest in image intensifier tube technology for outstanding resolution and performance. Precision optical alignment is essential for a front sight system to work properly. This is why each ATN PS22 is individually tested and aligned on an optical scale by our engineers to provide perfect alignment.The ATN PS22 is one of the most compact and lightweight NV systems in its class, at only 640 grams.[/url]
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ATN PS22 Day/Night System "New Feature"

Postby ATN_Rep on Fri Jun 27, 2008 11:58 am

In the short time that the ATN PS22 has been out on the market, it has been a great success. Frankly we've been having problems having enough of them in stock. As soon as we recieve a batch from our factory they just fly of the shelf. This system is truely remarkable in what it brings to the table regarding a Day/Night solution for conventional Day Optics. Now we have added a new great feature to this already superb system. The PS22 comes with a tactical remote control, giving the user more flexibelity.
This added bonus gives the operator the ability to save battery life by having the unit in stand by mode unitl it is needed for operation.

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Re: ATN PS22 Day/Night System

Postby Crudefinder on Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:34 am

Have there been any updates to this product for 2010? And what is the basic difference between Gen 3 and 3 plus?
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