Pulsar Announces Powerful Thermion XM30 Thermal Riflescope: $2,299

(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Pulsar is proudly unveiling the next iteration of the celebrated Thermion product family – the Thermion XM30 3.5-14x Thermal Riflescope (PL76524).

This elite thermal scope boasts 12 µm pixel pitch with 320×240 resolution, guaranteeing users can see the heat signatures of adult-sized objects up to 1,400 yards away, day or night.

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Whether you’re hog, predator or varmint hunting, the XM30 gives you the imaging you need. In keeping with Pulsar’s commitment to technological excellence, the fixed-focus Thermion XM30 features built-in recording with sound, Picture-in-Picture mode, Wi-Fi connectivity and Stream Vision app compatibility to guarantee you can capture and preserve every hunting memory.

Remarkably rugged, the XM30 is housed in a metal body with IP67 dust- and waterproof rating, operating temperatures from -13F to 122F and can withstand recoil up to .375 H&H. The XM30 is powered by a B-Pack Mini Li-Ion battery with up to 5 hours of life.     


  • 320×240 resolution, 12­µ pixel pitch core
  • 1,400 yd detection range
  • 8x digital zoom – continuous and stepped zoom
  • 3.5-14x magnification
  • Picture-in-Picture digital zoom
  • Built-in recording with sound
  • Stream Vision app connects scope to smart device
  • External power supply adaptable
  • 5 rifle profiles with 50 zero saves
  • 13 variable electronic reticles
  • One-shot zeroing with freeze function
  • Color viewing modes
  • High resolution AMOLED display
  • Stadiametric rangefinder
  • Rock, forest and identification viewing modes
  • Manual, automatic and semi-automatics calibration modes
  • Defective pixel repair feature
  • $2,299

Visit the Pulsar website to learn more!

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{ 4 comments… add one }
  • Dr Motown January 22, 2021, 10:34 am

    I would really like to see a yearly review of thermal optics (scopes, binos, monos). Very hard to find honest reviews of these products. Most “reviews” are just a rehash of the manufacturer’s specs and claims. It’s scary to invest thousands of dollars in something that is usually bought on-line, only to be disappointed

    • DavidInCO January 22, 2021, 3:03 pm

      I agree. I bought an ATN night vision scope based on the hype once. Thankfully, I could still return the POS.

  • Mark N. January 13, 2021, 1:16 am

    Although this scope is well above my affordability index (and illegal for hunting in California), it has a remarkably low sticker for what it offers. You guys should definitely review this one.

    • Shane January 22, 2021, 7:12 pm

      I could be wrong, but I was told thermal scopes are illegal to even install on a firearm in Minnesota, let alone hunt with them. And Minnesota is much more gun friendly than California. Go figure? If anything, a thermal scope will allow a person to see what is rustling in the bushes much better than a conventional scope. Guessing the legislators figure that hunters would shoot at anything that throws off body heat…even though you can clearly see the shape/size of what you might shoot much better with thermal imaging.

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