Review / Thermal Scope

Pulsar Trail XP50 LRF

This new Trail XP50 LRF is truly a great scope. By far the best and most user friendly laser range finder on the market. Helped take down 15 hogs and a coyote at 29 yds.

Pulsar Trail XP50 LRF
15 Hogs down!
Coyote at 29 yards
Trail XP50 LRF Demo Video

In this video, we preview the new Trail LRF XP50. This thermal imaging sight is the latest offering from Pulsar.


Thermal Rifle Scope (TRS)

TRS was established in 2015 by Southern Hog Control, LLC to provide information and assistance to our customers when purchasing a thermal rifle scope.

Like all thermal imaging devices, thermal rifle scopes read thermal signatures of objects and present the user with an image showing a gradient map of those heat signatures. Most modern thermal rifle scopes feature several color palates as well as the standard black and white. Hunters use thermal scopes to find animals on the ground or game that is hiding or injured. Thermal scopes are extremely useful when hunting predators and pigs at night.

Contact Details

Telephone: 706-304-5756
Email: info@thermalriflescope.org
Website: http://www.thermalriflescope.org

P.O. Box 4826,
Columbus,
Georgia,
31904

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Tactical Boar Hunting • Feral Hog Traps, Trapping and Metodology

SOUTHERN HOG CONTROL, LLC was established in October 2009 to help reduce the feral hog damage on agriculture and private property.

Our primary mission is to service private, state and federal hog removal contracts by employing the JAGER M.I.N.E.™ (Manually Initiated Nuisance Elimination) Feral Hog Trap System. This high volume pest control technique was developed during three years of research as the most efficient method to capture entire sounder groups during winter months at baited hog trap enclosures.