Recently, we told you how Pulsar is helping in the fight against poachers in South Africa, but today, we’d like to talk about hunting here. South Africa is extremely attractive to many Europeans as a place with unique fauna and a great escape from gloomy winter days.
Nyala, suni, and white rhino are just a few of the animals that one can hunt, and Schalk Kruger, our distributor from South Africa, describes the whole experience as “something entirely different” from other countries – even the neighboring ones.
Riccardo Tamburini, our brand ambassador from Italy, is one of the lucky ones – during winter, he often goes abroad to accompany hunters on their trips and film the process. Africa was one of his recent destinations, and his first tip is to study the local regulations carefully: “In Africa, you often can’t hunt during the night, but in those cases, you can use the thermal camera only as a spotter. And it can also be very useful when looking for chamois in the woods while stalking.”
His favorites for the task? The Pulsar Merger LRF XP50 thermal imaging binoculars for their exceptional quality, and the Axion 2 LRF XG35 for its compactness. The common thread? The built-in laser rangefinder for accurately measuring distances.