Firefield NVRS 3x42 Gen 1 Night Vision Riflescope


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  • High quality image and resolution
  • Lightweight and durable titanium body with water resistant IPX4 Rating
  • Quick detach weaver mount
  • Built-in high powered IR illuminator
  • Ergonomic design and quick power-up
  • Incremental reticle brightness adjustment


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Hit your target in the darkest of nights with Firefield night vision. The NVRS 3x42 Night Vision Riflescope is engineered with a built-in, high power IR illuminator that enhances image details and increases viewing range in total darkness. Its quick-detach weaver mounting system makes it easy to change optics or switch to iron sights and still maintain return-to-zero reliability. Featuring a 42mm lens for higher light gathering capabilities and a powerful 3x magnification, the NVRS 3x42 offers a clear picture of medium- to long-range targets. Its rock-solid, lightweight titanium body and flip-up lens covers shield it from impact and harsh weather conditions. The flip-up lens covers open to reveal enhanced, multi-coated optics and an illuminated red duplex reticle with incremental brightness adjustment, allowing the shooter to quickly adapt to their surrounding environment.

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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF ] Supplementary Guide [PDF ] Supplementary Guide [PDF ] Manual [PDF ]
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 9 x 5 x 3 inches; 2 Pounds
  • Item model number : FF16001
  • Department : Unisex-adult
  • Batteries : 2 Lithium Metal batteries required.
  • Date First Available : March 27, 2014
  • Manufacturer : Green Supply
  • ASIN : B000YQLW5C
  • Best-sellers rank #190,330 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    #95 in Hunting Night Vision
    #737 in Gun Scopes

So far so good. I'll list pros and cons.

Clear reticle
Common sense placement of adjustments
Reticle brightness intensity adjustable
AA battery makes it easy to replace
Easy on off
IR attachment is a nice touch (especially on a budget NVRS)

A lot of black dots in the tube (see pictures)
Outdoor use only it appears...inside environment is too reflective and all the black dots show up
IR effective range is MAYBE 50 yards. Past that it won't help much.

My takeaway with this NVRS is that you get what you pay for. Although with this you get a little more than you pay for. A functional Gen1 NVRS that won't break the bank. If you want ultra clarity, long range, and perfectly machined night vision you'll have to pay for it (upwards of 3k). If you want an effective NVRS (night vision rifle scope) out to 100 yards this is a perfect fit. Plus, Amazon warehouse had them listed for around 270 last time I looked. Can't beat that. I hope this helps.

P.S. I need to figure out how to add pictures (this is one of very few reviews I've ever done)

Had mine about 2 yrs now to see at night! NOTE: for those having problems with how it mounts on their gun= you can fine tune the WIDTH of the "quick clamp jaw" by pushing the jaw end way in (fully compressing the spring) and then on the other side (just under the quick clam handle) is a 4 pronged adjuster that you rotate to adjust for diff rail widths or tightness. Let me now is this helps?

Great value. Can see and shoot under moonlight out to 75 ~ 100yds with decent clarity. FoV somewhat limited but hey, we're not doing panoramic photography with it. OK here's a few tips. To sight in the NV optic you alter the adjustment toggles looking through the scope so that the cross hairs move towards your last shot. This the same method as for most digital NVs. One does not adjust the toggles as if for a day scope. Next, the QD clam is actually quite good. It holds zero, and one can adjust it by closing the rail clam with the scope held in the other hand and dialing in the X nut that is released. Finally, check the drop at the rear of the scope as the clamp may have it touching the rail, which puts undo pressure on the sensitive electronics housing. I shaved the rail slightly and "bingo" a perfect fit. I'm impressed so much with the value/quality I ended up buying a second unit. Oh, the rifles are FN FAL (.308), and SKS 7.62x39. After about 200+ rounds through each, ... no problems with either unit.

This is by far the best Gen 1 scope on the market. It is very clear and with the IR it is easy to take coyotes and hogs out to 200 yards in total darkness. My shooting buddy liked mine so well that he bought one as well. I can not say enough good stuff about this scope. I spent almost 20 years in the Army and I remember the Gen 1 NV scopes, and they were not as clear and sharp as this is. Here are some things to note, do's and don'ts if you will.

Do read the instructions at least twice before ever removing the scope from its case. This scope is very rugged and well built but some of the components can be easily damaged by just a few seconds of sunlight, so read the instructions and make sure you understand them.

Don't use it in the daylight, there is a reason it is called Night Vision. It does have a cap for daylight use but clarity is marginal at best through the cap. The cap is more for use at twilight.

I have spent more money for optics and gotten way less than with this scope. For a .223/5.56 or the 300 BLK this scope will do all you need it to do. I have no problem seeing a 3 inch black bulls eye at 100 yards with the 3x magnification. Just make sure the target that you use is black when you are zeroing it or target shooting, as black will show up the best. Forget using any target that is of a shade of red. It will be hard if not impossible to see in the scope because it will not reflect back the IR light like other colours will. Keep these few things in mind and you should enjoy your scope tremendously. I know I do.

I researched for a long time on night vision scopes. Like most of you I cant afford the military grade 2k plus scopes so I decided on this one. I love it. 28 years in the military its not what I'm used to using but hey I can kill a coyote at 100 yds in the dark now. Well worth the money. The picture is a chicken barn 125 yards away at night.

The optics on this scope are excellent for the price. The illumination, picture quality and reticle are good and great the price. The problem? The mount is the WORST ever. The mount release will undo itself from simple carrying it. Will not risk hiking into the field with this mounted as it will quickly fall of and recoil will throw it.

Have tonuse this when stationary, prone with bipod and one hand holding the scope. Works nicely that way but highly impractical. If the mount were any good I would rate this a 5.

Really too bad as the optics are very nice, but the rig is just unusable.

I was very very skeptical about purchasing this scope, as I had a Russian Gen 1 scope back in the 80s and it was full of black dots, almost impossible to focus, etc. Well let me say that I am very pleased with this one. They have really made this with attention to detail. I was going to do a review before I mounted it and fired a few shots just because I was impressed with how well it worked, however I was worried it would not hold a zero. Well, I mounted it on a .22, it took me about 35 clicks to get the elevation dead on, and 22 clicks to get the windage dead on. I have had the scope on and off a few times and the zero has not changed at all! I will say that if you are in your home and want to look around in the dark it will seem as though you can not focus it.Even though you may be in complete darkness, close the sun cap, (with the hole in it).then turn on your Ir illuminator, now focus until the crosshairs are clear. You will find that once you are at a greater distance outside this is not an issue and you can open your sun cap and use as normal, I believe it is just because of the magnification and the glare from the IR illuminator using at close range indoors. Ultimately what made up my mind to take a chance and buy this was another positive review, so I hope this helps someone else make up their mind, I do have much higher quality NV, but at more than three times the price.For the price, it does what it should and I love it!! Oh by the way it has a red floating duplex reticle that you can fade dim enough to see your POA right through it, or make it really bright for other conditions.

Having used Gen 1 ATN Binoculars, I was expecting some limitations to the quality and image produced. Boy was I wrong, these have a significant quality improvement from what I expected from a Gen1 scope. Coupled that with a standalone 805nm LED spot that I built, and its literally like daytime when varmint hunting. Very impressed. Decent build quality also, not some cheap china scope, made in Bulgaria

Thoroughly impressed with this night vision scope. It far exceeds the expectationsi had for it. It reaffirms that I made a very wise choice on purchasing this particular model.

this scope is very good it can be used for long range targets and has good battery life and works 100% in total darkness you can also clear rooms with it in your house just put your day cap on and i.r on and your good to go clearing rooms great for the price

Ok product for the money. Spend the extra cash and get a atn or similar

Très bon produit

Very good


scope fairly good, the IR could be a lot better

Exceeded. My expectations. Excellent. First gen nightvision. Scope.

Very good I like it .

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Really nice having the 3-position switch to choose whether I want the illumination on. Off, On, On+Lamp. Throwing extra IR on the side gets you much further sight! Place a quality magnifier in front of it (infrared-grade fused quartz) and you have a mighty combination.

dépasse de beaucoup ce a quoi je m'attendais le tube est super clair pas de spot rien exeede my expectation the tube is clear no spot what so ever work's like charm

Worked very good. Inexpensive