Tested & Recommended: Pulsar Helion XP50

(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Elite reviewers from the National Tactical Officers Association membership evaluation program have announced their findings on the Pulsar Helion XP50 thermal monocular. “This is a high performance device. It’s strong, reliable and easy to use. I find it well suited for professional or heavy duty recreational use. The Helion is amazing at applications such as tracking or rescue/ fugitive location operations. I highly recommend this product,” said one officer from Michigan. The Helion took home an overall score of 4.5 with perfect scores in 8 categories including design, performance and ease of use. Learn more about the NTOA’s testing program on their website. A South Carolinian officer noted “I can truly say that this monocular did not disappoint… The imaging on this device is SUPER clear; I used it for several applications at work and night hunting for hogs and coyote. The sharpness and definition are great, I was seeing clear detail on deer and hogs out to about 200 yards.”

Since 2003, NTOA members have tested more than 2,000 products in real world situations through the NTOA’s Member Tested and Recommended Program (MTRP). Results of these tests are shared with the law enforcement community in our magazine, The Tactical Edge, our online database, our eNewsletters and the product manufacturers themselves. The NTOA MTRP logo is widely displayed on product packaging, ads and websites, and is regarded by many LE agencies as paramount to their product purchasing decisions. Learn more about the NTOA’s testing program can be found on their website at http://www.ntoa.org/.

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