Wild boar populations are on the rise – in Europe as well as in the US and other parts of the world. Increasing populations mean more game damage and problems. Therefore, in their role as wildlife managers, hunters need to remove more wild boar. Additionally, in response to the outbreak of African swine fever, hunting at night has become an important practice to keep their numbers at bay. With new technologies emerging and more countries permitting the use of thermal imaging technology, night hunting has become an efficient, responsible hunting method.
If you use the tM 35 as a clip-on device, we recommend rifle scopes with a low initial magnification (1x to 2.5x). You’ll find that you’ll enjoy the best field of view at a magnification ranging from 2x to 6x.
Use the tM 35 in combination with a compact and lightweight rifle scope. Its low starting magnification is ideal for the clip-on. Plus, the entire system (rifle + rifle scope + tM 35) will still be easy to handle.
Once you found your perfect combo of rifle scope and thermal imaging device, the question is: Do you need anything else?
As you never know, how long your hunting adventure will last, make sure to prepare for daytime as well. We recommend taking a small pair of binoculars with you. The NL Pure 32 is the perfect companion for stalking. Consider adding the FRP forehead rest NL Pure. It will facilitate handling the binoculars with one hand.