The Late Night Vision Show

The Late Night Vision Show

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Should hunters be required to buy a hunting license to kill wild hogs? That’s a question the Texas legislature recently considered and passed a new law concerning. Listen as Hans and Jason weigh in with their opinions on this subject. Jason also gives an update on the Pulsar Thermion shipments and the future of the Pulsar Trail thermal riflescopes.  If you’re looking for night vision or thermal or need pre-purchase advice, giv... Read more

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The wait is over and the speculation can end,  we finally have our hands on the brand new Pulsar Thermion thermal rifle scopes. Outdoor Legacy was chosen as one of the small handful of Pulsar dealers to receive a small pre-shipment of Thermion XM38 scopes. Jason and Hans have both been out in the field fighting bad weather conditions to kill hogs and test out these new scopes and so far, they are both very impressed with what they’... Read more

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The Late Night Vision Show is proud to have Cody St.John, the lead gunsmith at Diamondback Firearms, as a special guest on episode 56 of the podcast. Hans and Jason are big fans of Diamondback AR-15/AR-10’s and Hans has put many of their rifles through his own personal torture tests that he calls “East Texas hunting”. In this interview Hans and Jason ask Cody lots of questions about Diamondback, their rifles, what his favorite hog/... Read more

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On episode 55 of The Late Night Vision Show we review the 3rd and final Pulsar Axion handheld thermal monocular, the XM38. We also compare, contrast and offer our thoughts on each of the three models compared to each other. The XM38 has the highest base magnification at 5.5x, which makes is great for longer range scanning and along with the larger objective lens, makes for a very nice image quality. Tune in as Hans and Jason compar... Read more

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One of the most confusing aspects of thermal optics is all the different specs and jargon that gets thrown around. Thermal core resolution, pixel pitch microns, NUC’ing and the list goes on. Sometimes it sounds like a whole other language is being spoken when the discussion of thermal scopes comes up. On this week’s episode of The Late Night Vision Show, Hans and Jason take the most commonly discussed thermal specifications and off... Read more

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On this episode of The Late Night Vision Show Hans and Jason are back with another handheld thermal monocular review. This week they discuss the Axion XM30 which is 2nd model of this new-for-2019 thermal handheld lineup. This is the mid-price range of the 3 current Axions and it’s the least expensive model to include internal audio/video recording and the StreamVision smartphone app. Like the other Axions, the XM30 includes a remov... Read more

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Join us this week as we celebrate a milestone for The Late Night Vision Show; the 1 year anniversary of the FIRST and ONLY podcast dedicated to all things night hunting, night vision and thermal optics. On this special episode Hans and Jason reminisce about the last year and most importantly they draw the name of one lucky listener who will win a Sightmark Wraith HD night vision scope. Later in the show they discuss the question of... Read more

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 On this episode of The Late Night Vision Show, Hans and Jason give a detailed review of the Pulsar Axion Key XM30 thermal monocular. The Axion is the new for 2019 handheld thermal monocular line featuring 3 monoculars ranging in price from $1,899 to $2,599. The Axions are the smallest and lightest full functioning thermal monculars with base optical magnification to ever hit the market. The Key XM30 has a 2.5x base magnificat... Read more

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A question we’ve been getting repeatedly is, “how does the Sightmark Wraith HD compare to the Sightmark Photon RT?” That’s a great question so this week on the podcast Hans and Jason decided to tackle the issue with a side by side, head to head comparison of both scopes. The Photons have been the most reliable, affordable and popular digital night vision scopes on the market for 5 years and now their largest competition comes from ... Read more

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On Episode 49 of the podcast we talk about a few current updates in the night vision and thermal industry, as well discussing two hunting and shooting related news stories that have been in the mainstream headlines recently. In the 2nd segment we talk about building and using pig pipes. For those that are unfamiliar with them, a pig pipe is usually made out of 4 inch PVC pipe with holes drilled in it and filled with corn. The hogs ... Read more

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On Episode 48 of The Late Night Vision Show Hans and Jason give their full hands on review of the Sightmark Wraith HD 4-32x50 digital night vision scope. The Wraith has proved to be one of the most anticipated and sought-after night vision scopes to ever hit the market. We have never seen anything like the excitement and stir caused by the announcement and release of the Wraith. We’ve had our hands on the scope and been able to hun... Read more

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It’s N-Vision Halo review time! We’ve been talking about N-Vision and their new high end thermal optics for several months but we’ve finally had the time to get in the field and use the final production Halo thermal optic and we’re extremely impressed to say the least, we’re actually blown away. If you’re looking for unmatched image quality, this is the scope you’ve been waiting on. Listen as Hans and Jason offer up their hands-on ... Read more

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This week on The Late Night Vision Show, Hans  offers up some quick tips on calling hogs with the Convergent Bullet HP electronic  caller after having a huge success calling hogs over the last several nights.  He offers the tricks and tips he’s learned from the mistakes and success he’s had.  They guys have been so impressed with the capabilities and quality of  the Convergent caller that Outdoor Legacy is ... Read more

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We’re back with another great episode and again this week our guest is Glenn Guess of Hog Zombies. If you missed last week’s introductory show with Glenn, stop now and go watch or listen to it. Glenn is one of the premier predator callers in the hunting world and whether he’ll admit it or not, he’s by far the most knowledgeable and experienced hog caller in the country and maybe the world. Glenn has been doing for years what others... Read more

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 We’ve had a lot of great guests on The Late Night Vision Show but this week we’ve got another great interview that definitely ranks up there as one of, if not THE most informative interview we’ve ever done. We are honored to have Glenn Guess aka The Boar Caller of Hog Zombies on the podcast. For many, Glenn Guess is a household name but for those that aren’t familiar with Glenn yet, he is the definitive expert on all things r... Read more

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We’ve had some recent listener questions that we wanted to address on the show, so this week spend some time discussing two topics. A question that has come up several times recently, has to do with gaining access to land for hunting hogs or coyotes. Hans and Jason talk about some different methods and ideas on how to  get access to hunting land, as well as other issues surrounding the topic. In the second segment we discuss t... Read more

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February 21, 2019 33 min

This  week we’ve got another preview of a soon-to-be released thermal optic  for the Spring of 2019. On Episode 42 we dive into the specifics of the  new Pulsar Axion handheld thermal monoculars. The Axions will replace  the now discontinued Quantum Lite series, as well as the very popular  Helion XQ28 monocular. The  three Axion models will be the Key XM30 2.5-10x $1,899, the XM30 4-16x  $2,199 a... Read more

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ATN. Say the name and you’ll get a strong response. Sometimes it’s a glowing review by a happy customer and other times it’s a foul language from an unhappy customer. For 40 episodes of The Late Night Vision Show, we mentioned almost nothing about ATN. Never a scope review, never a recommendation, we basically acted as if they didn’t exist and this puzzled many people and generated many questions from listeners. Today, we break our... Read more

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On Episode 40 of The Late Night Vision Show Hans and Jason dig into the specs and details of the soon to be released Sightmark Wraith HD 4-32x50 digital night vision rifle scope. The Wraith will retail for $499 and features a full HD color daytime mode, as well as a black and white HD night time mode. If you’re interested in hearing everything we currently know about the Wraith, tune into this episode. If you’re interested in pre-o... Read more

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January 31, 2019 45 min

Episode 39 is The Late Night Vision Show recap of Hans and Jason’s week at the annual SHOT Show in Las Vegas. The good news is they both made it back to Texas with enough money left in their wallets to buy more thermal and night hunting gear. It’s a good thing the SHOT Show doesn’t allow companies to sell their products at the show because if they did, Hans and Jason would probably both be broke. This week the guys recap all the ni... Read more

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