Engineered with an integrated laser rangefinder and true distance measuring in both day and nighttime operations, the Pulsar Digisight™ LRF N850 Digital Night Vision Riflescope calculates the exact distance of a target (up to 450 yards away using the laser rangefinder), allowing the user to compensate for bullet drop. Its continuous 2x digital zoom extends the range of magnification up to 9x, enabling the riflescope to detect targets up to 650 yards. The riflescope measures the true horizontal distance to the target based on the angle of elevation. With this feature turned on, it calculates the proper range for shooting uphill or downhill so you can then make your elevation adjustments – saving time and preventing any missed shots.
Additionally, the Digisight™ LRF N850’s weapon tilt and elevation indication assists the shooter in maintaining accuracy for long-range shooting. The weapon tilt indicator helps keep the shooter’s weapon upright, and the elevation indication provides the angle (in degrees) the rifle is being aimed. This number and the slant range distance can be used by individuals who prefer to adjust the sight’s elevation using the improved rifleman’s rule instead.
The riflescope’s 3 save points for zeroing allow operators to use different loads for hunting game, or save 3 zeroes for specific distances of their choice. With 13 built-in reticle options, shooters have the ability to switch between white and black subtensions, as well as changing the center of the reticle to red or green. Additionally, the one-shot zeroing system and freeze function takes an image of the target to quickly zero the crosshairs to the firearm’s point of impact.