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PVS-22

AN/PVS-22 UNS (Universal Night Sight)

$10,620.00

PVS-22 Gen 3 Clip-On Night Vision Weapon Sight

SKU: MVP-PVS22P.

Product Description

The AN/PVS-22 Universal Night Sight™ (UNS™) is a high-resolution clip-on night vision weapon sight that mounts on any MIL-STD-1913 rail interface forward of an existing scope, adding night vision capabilities to daytime target acquisition platforms. The AN/PVS-22 utilizes a full MIL-SPEC Gen 3 (autogated pinnacle) OMNI-7 image intensifier tube, a fast f/1.15 catadioptric lens for a brighter and sharper image in starlight, and patented permanent boresight alignment technology. The unit is installed, operated, and removed without tools and without affecting boresight (permanent boresight alignment). The unit can be mounted on a spotting scope for long range reconnaissance, hand-held as a Night Observation Device (NOD), or used in other night-time operations requiring night vision capabilities. The PVS-22 includes OSTI’s proprietary Shock Mitigation System™ (SMS™), allowing the unit to be used on weapons up to and including .50 caliber bolt-action rifles. Optimized for medium-range sniper weapons, assault rifles and machine guns including the M110, MK11, M16, SCAR-H, M240, 300 Win Mag, XM107, MK11, .338 Lapua, .308 M24, Chandler, and McMillan Brothers .50 Caliber Bolt-Action Rifle.

Specifications

Generation 3 US Pinnacle
Resolution 64 lp/mm (Min)
Film Thin-Filmed
Gate Auto-Gated
Magnification 1x
Field of View 13º
Objective Lens 68mm f/1.12
Boresight Accuracy within 1 MOA
Boresight Repeatability within 0.5 MOA
Boresight Retention Permanent
Boresight Adjustment None Required
Reticle Adj. Step Size 0.2 mil
Battery Type Two AA
Battery Life 40 hrs at 70˚F
Weight 1.9 lbs
Dimensions 7.08”x 3” x 2.95”
Caliber Rating Up to and Including .50 BMG
Warranty 1 year

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Export of U.S. manufactured night vision equipment is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State Office of Defense Trade Controls, in accordance with International Traffic in Arms (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations Part 120-130.