Budget is a relative term. It can be deceptive when used for night vision setups because, for the average person 
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Budget is a relative term. It can be deceptive when used for night vision setups because, for the average person, the entry cost is still high. If you are stepping into the night vision world, Lucas's latest YouTube video covering his own "budget" night vision setup should help. Check it out.

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Testing your equipment under night vision is extremely valuable. After all, if you ever need to use NODs, you should know what works and what doesn't. Here are a few of the tests our team of shooters ran this past month. They are all very simple tests that pack a lot of value and can be done with your own gear.

Gear and Clothing as Seen Through NODs Part 1

Gear and Clothing as Seen Through NODs Part 2

Guns and Kit as Seen Through NODs

Comparing IR Lasers

Helmet Setups

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This past month we focused intensely on low light training, with 100% of our range days taking place at night. Here are some of the products we recommend and used heavily in our training.

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