Read about the Tarsier Eclipse on Guns and Tactics


Night Vision Goggles (NVGs) have distinct inherent limitations. Among those limitations is the ability to only focus at one specific distance, not various distances at the same time. Much like a camera, when focused out on the horizon, images very near become blurry and vice versa. To solve this problem, many soldiers poke small holes in the end of their protective covers. This simple change creates an autofocus effect where the soldier can now see objects both directly in front of him or her as well as all objects out to the horizon.....read more at Guns and Tactics