Sightmark Yukon Digital Night Vision Ranger 5 x 42
Highest magnification available
Best edge-to-edge resolution on the market
Stealth invisible IR illuminator
can be used for day or nighttime operation
Availability: Sold Out
- Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
- Additional discounts do not apply.
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• Higher resolution than Gen 1
• Extra long distance viewing; effective over 300 yds
• Contrast adjustment control
• Day and night operation
• 5x magnification
• Stealth operation with invisible, powerful dual IR illuminators
• Enhanced multicoated optics
• High resolution
• Built-in ¼" tripod socket
• Video output
• Rugged rubber armor construction
• Car power adapter included
Export Restrictions: Night Vision Products
Shipping: Only available within the United States.
Export Regulations: Export of night vision equipment and optical sighting
equipment is controlled by the U.S. Department of State Office of Defense
Trade Controls in compliance of the International Traffic in Arms (ITAR),
Title 22; and by the U.S. Department of Commerce accordance to the Export
Administration Regulations (EAR). For further information you may contact
the U.S Department of Commerce at https://www.bic.doc.gov or the U.S.
Department of State International Traffic in Arms Regulations at
Local and State Regulations:
Some Local and State government restrictions may apply. Customers are
encouraged to learn and adhere to laws within their jurisdiction.
We will do our best to answer your questions, but it is your responsibility
to be in compliance with all Federal, State, and local laws regarding
ownership and use of Night Vision Products. Gander Mountain will not
tolerate attempted illegal activity on this website or with our Company.
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Q:Does this take a battery and if it does does it come with a rechargeable or does it use those CR batteries?Asked on 5/29/2012 by Brian from West Mifflin