Mounting Your Pard NV008 to the Blaser Mounting System

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Mounting Your Pard NV008 to the Blaser Mounting System

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For those that are interested I put together a video showing a couple of possibilities to mount your Pard NV008P to the blaser mounting system. The Pard NV008P LRF is a good value day/night scope.
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Re: Mounting Your Pard NV008 to the Blaser Mounting System

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That looks like a good setup for the Pard NV.....Which do you think is better Chuck?
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Re: Mounting Your Pard NV008 to the Blaser Mounting System

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I would say the luszczek setup is better however there is a slight difference between the units as the new version has the sony OLED display. Which means if you're eye is further away you get a fish eye effect. So it means either push the glasses against the rubber or roll the rubber back. I don't want to roll the rubber back but it might the compromise I have to make. Otherwise it sits down nice and lower than my current setup. The LRF is also handy.

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