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This Just In From TNVC – The Magnus D790 Takes On A Barrett

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

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TNVC just sent us these photos of a recent range session with the Magnus D790.

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They tell us they like to trust, but verify their manufacturer’s claims going on to state, “If we are going to equip guys going into harm’s way, the gear better perform as advertised first time, every time. That said, we present the baddest night vision scope on the block: the Magnus D790. Rated up-to/including .50 BMG and proven by our own field testing.”

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Built by Night Optics USA, using L-3 Warrior Systems Filmless Gen3 Image Intensifier Tubes, featuring one of the best high definition lens systems in existence. Available from TNVC, Inc.

SHOT Show – Ops-Core / TNVC

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

TNVC had an exclusive Ops-Core Carbon FAST Helmet in their booth.

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This helmet was painted at the factory in a MAS Grey shade. Coming soon to TNVC.

tnvc.com/shop/ops-core-fast-bump-shell

Unity Tactical Joins TNVC At Telluric Group For Night Defender Class And Product Development

Sunday, January 18th, 2015

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TNVC – IR Defense Corporation IR Patrol Thermal Monoculars

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014

TNVC will be debuting a new line of IR Patrol Thermal Monoculars from IR Defense Corporation at SHOT Show 2015, booth #6502. The full release can be read below:

IR Defense Corporation answers the call for a low cost, military grade thermal monocular
World’s Most Cost Effective 640×480 Resolution Thermal Monocular

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Auburn, CA. IR Defense Corporation today announced the worldwide release of the IR Patrol family of thermal monoculars (http://www.irdefense.com/irp-main-price.html). The world’s best priced, 640×480, military grade monocular combines the high quality BAE thermal core with advanced electronics in a rugged, user friendly housing to bring users a next level, thermal detection device.

“Military, First Responders, and Sportsmen all have a need to see in the dark, but with limited budgets, quality products are typically out of reach. Our new IR Patrol thermal monocular solves that problem.” said Scott Henry, founder and CEO of IR Defense Corporation. “Working with BAE, we have developed one of the most affordable, high resolution, thermal night vision devices on the market”.

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Performance, Durability and Affordability

Whether it’s protecting our boarders, searching for a lost child, or eradicating feral hogs, operators need high resolution thermal images in a small robust device. The IR Patrol thermal monocular is a game changer for the night vision industry. For the first time ever, night vision users can enjoy thermal high definition imagery under five thousand dollars ($5,000.00 USD).

The IR Patrol features an advanced user interface with a military grade, five position mini joy stick that is the perfect size. The monocular’s ergonomic design provides users optimum functionality. The menu system was engineered to be intuitive and efficient to operate.

“The IR Patrol feels right in your hand. This thermal monocular is just plain sexy.” said David Rhomberg, Vice President Sales and Marketing, IR Defense Corporation. “I have been marketing night vision products for over fourteen years and have seen about every consumer and military grade night vision device on the market. No product has ever impressed me like our new thermal monocular.”

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Quality, Quality, Quality

The IR Patrol was designed for military applications with a consumer affordable price point. All the components of the IR patrol are the highest quality. The BAE long range infrared (LWIR) uncooled, 60Hz thermal core, combined with eMagin’s OLED, 10,000:1contrast VGA display encased in a ruggedized housing made from 6160 aircraft aluminum insuring the IR Patrols durability. Made in the USA, these quality components form the foundation stones for reliability.

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One Device Many Uses

The IR Patrol can be used hand held, head mounted, or even mounted to a weapon. IR Defense Corporation has worked with Wilcox industries to bundle the best in class mounting options.

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Pricing and Availability

The IR Patrol will be first shown to the public at the 2015 Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show ®) in the Tactical Night Vision (TNVC) booth # 6502. Limited shipments will be sent to select distributors beginning in February 2015. Pricing starts at $4995.00

For more information, see: http://www.irdefense.com.

TNVC ATPIAL-C’s Now Shipping!

Friday, December 19th, 2014

Remember the cool guy Civilian legal Insight Technologies ATPIAL-Cs, available exclusively through TNVC, we showed you awhile back.

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TNVC’s 1st phase pre-orders of those long awaited ATPIAL-Cs are now shipping. I don’t think anyone has seen this many ATPIALs in one place at one time except maybe a military depot. These are fully legal units shipping to the US market from TNVC and just a small sample of what is shipping out.

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TNVC wants to thank all their customers who have pre-ordered for their patience because of the short delay they have endured, TNVC is now including a Telluric Group IR Laser Zeroing Target with each unit shipped.

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TNVC To Offer Night Defender Classes For 2015

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

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TNVC will be offering four night vision classes in 2015, under the title TNVC Night Defender. These courses will be hosted at Telluric Group’s indoor training facility located in Brunswick, GA.

Details:

TNVC Night Defender 1

Dates: Feb 7/8 – May 2/3 – Oct 10/11

Course topics:

  • Physiology and psychology of night operations
  • NVG basic operation and maintenance
  • NVG capabilities and limitations
  • Individual movement and hand-eye coordination
  • IR laser zeroing and use
  • Weapon familiarization under darkness
  • TNVC Night Defender 2

    Dates: Sep 5/6

    Course topics:

  • Review of individual movement and hand-eye coordination
  • Pistol employment under NVG
  • Advanced rifle skills under NVG
  • - Shooting from cover
    - Moving and Shooting
    - Transitioning from rifle to pistol

  • Use of lighting conditions for tactical advantage
  • For more info on the courses, please visit telluricgroup.com/nv-courses.

    Raptor 1 Direct Action Mission – Faded Giant 3 – MATBOCK Tarsier Eclipse In Action

    Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

    Check out this video shot by Gregory ‘Spartan117GW’ Wong, a friend of SSD, which features use of a PVS14 equipped with MATBOCK’s Tarsier Eclipse.

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    TNVC – CORE Survival HEL-STAR 6 Strobe

    Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

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    TNVC is currently running a promotion with CORE Survival to kick off the release of the new HEL-STAR 6 LE Strobe. Pre-order the HEL-STAR 6 LE by 11/30/14 and receive 10% off MSRP.

    The HEL-STAR 6 LE Strobe is a purpose-built helmet mounted LED light intended for airborne/MFF, tactical, and other military operations. The HEL-STAR 6 combines features of the HEL-STAR 4 and HEL-STAR 5 into a multi-functional marker light with a compact design, enhanced omni-directional visibility, easy battery replacement, and waterproofness to 130′ sea water.

    The HEL-STAR 6 can be switched between two operating modes and four user-defined functions, which can be selected from virtually any combination of White, four different color options, and IR, in either flashing or steady. The HEL-STAR 6 also exceeds the FAA’s 3 statute mile visibility requirement.

    tnvc.com/shop/core-survival-hel-star-6%C2%AE-strobe

    Mark Owens ‘No Easy Day’ Special Missions Carbine Package

    Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

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    USM4 has collaborated with Mark Owen to develop the ‘No Easy Day’ Special Missions Carbine. Every component of the SMC has been hand-selected by Mark Owen, matching his own personal configuration conceived at the ‘Tip of the Spear’ during his career as a U.S. Navy SEAL. The SMC consists of the following components:

    - Colt SOCOM upper receiver
    - USM4 billet lower receiver etched with the No Easy Day logo.
    - Geissele SSA trigger
    - Magpul furniture
    - Ergo grip
    - Centurion rail
    - EOTech HSS I sight with matching G33 magnifier
    - SureFire M600U Ultra Scout Light
    - AAC Blackout flash hider/QD 51T suppressor mount

    The standard package comes complete with a Princeton Tec Remix Pro LED headlamp, Viking Tactics MK2 padded sling, and a custom-cut Pelican 1750 hard case. It also comes with an autographed and serialized copy of Mark Owen’s book “No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama bin Laden”. The SMC is available in limited quantities in either Black or Camouflage.

    Additionally, customers may also purchase select gear and accessories at special pricing to complement the SMC:

    - AAC M4-2000 Suppressor
    - L3/Insight ATPIAL (AN/PEQ-15) provided by TNVC
    - TNV/Sentinel Binocular Night Vision System provided by TNVC
    - Wilcox L4 G24 Helmet Mount
    - Ops-Core Base Jump Military Helmet

    A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every SMC package will be donated to the Special Forces Association and the Special Operations Care Fund.

    www.noeasydayrifle.com/ned

    TNVC – LDI DBAL-PL Class 1 IR Laser

    Friday, October 24th, 2014

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    TNVC has just released the new Laser Devices / Steiner LDI DBAL-PL Class 1 IR Laser – Dual Beam Aiming Laser. A multi-functional pistol aiming laser, the DBAL-PL attaches to any pistol with an underbarrel M1913 Picatinny rail, and features four outputs:

    - Infared laser pointer
    - Infared LED illuminator
    - Green/Red visible laser pointer
    - LED white light

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    The DBAL-PL is housed in a hard anodized, machined 6061 T-6 aluminum body, waterproof up to 5 meters. Two buttons are present on an angled rearward-facing surfacing, located for quick access and easy to manipulate with or without gloves. One button, marked “VIS”, activates the visible laser and 400 lumen white light. The other button, marked “IR”, activates the infared laser and illuminator. The infared illuminator is largely effective out to 50 yards and visible to almost 100 yards, taking into consideration that the unit is designed for a pistol which will rarely be employed past 25 yards.

    The DBAL-PL is powered by two CR123 batteries, and features a general runtime of 1.75 hours.

    tnvc.com/shop/ldi-dbal-pl-class-1-ir-laser