News|Industry News Over the last 10-15 years night vision and IR illuminators have gained popularity on the civilian market. It is one of those markets that have a high entry […]
Over the last 10-15 years night vision and IR illuminators have gained popularity on the civilian market. It is one of those markets that have a high entry level due to price but, expands one’s capability exponentially when it comes to owning the night. Seeing this Primary Arms has recently added night vision and IR illuminators to its products available. Primary arms now features over 15,000 products and 500 brands on their website. The company has grown vastly since 2008.
Primary Arms will own be offering 3rd generation night vision, mounts, and accessories. While also providing aiming lasers/IR illuminators to the mix also. Primary Arms will be able to tap into the consumer and professional markets with addition of night vision technology to its catalog.
Due to the growth and demand Primary has added monoculars, binoculars, aiming lasers/illuminators. Along with the helmet and mounts. Primary Arms will be offering from B.E. Meyers, Steiner, EoTech, Sionyx, Burris, and Sightmark.
Customers will have the opportunity to buy night vision such as: RNVG, DTNVS, and PVS-14. Law Enforcement will have ability to purchase L3Harris AN/PVS-31A and L3 GPNVG Panoramic night vision systems. While have access of a multitude of aiming lasers/illuminators such as the DBAL by Steiner, the MWAL by B.E. Meyers and many more.
Mark Okun, Primary Arms Merchandising Manager spoke about the additions.
“Night vision is a growing category for both the tactical and hunting communities. As the technology becomes more affordable, Primary Arms will bring on new and exciting night vision devices—as well as IR illuminators, lasers, and accessories,” says Matt Okun, Senior Merchandising Manager of Primary Arms. “Already, we’re stocking many of the industry’s top manufacturers, making it easy for our customers to find a setup that fits their desired application.”
Primary Arms adding night vision and aiming lasers/IR illuminators will only increase the main stream use of them in the civilian market. Also, if hopefully brings more competition into the market to make a more affordable entries into the night optics game.
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