A decisive review of the pulsar Axion 2 LRF thermal spotter scope with integrated laser range-finder (XQ35 vs XG35 vs XQ38):
Dive in deeper:
- Axion 2 LRF glossy marketing page on Pulsar’s website.
- Further details, guides, user manuals, and detailed spec’s on the Axion 2 XQ35 product pages on Pulsar’s website.
- Axion 2 LRF info on the website of Thomas Jacks, the UK’s official importer and provider of after-sales support for Pulsar products.
- Where to buy?
- In the USA, get the Axion 2 LRF XQ35 on Amazon-com – where you also order a spare APS5 battery.
- Alternatively, in the USA you can also procure your Axion 2 LRF from Predator Hunter Outdoors and use PayPal Pay in 3.
- I obtained my Axion 2 LRF and other Pulsar equipment from Cluny Store in Scotland, where (pro tip!) you can use PayPal Pay in 3 when ordering online.
- Axion 2 promotional article on The Journal, Pulsar’s news service distributed by email and push notifications to the mobile app.
Loadout in this video:
- Rifle: Sako – Tikka – T3x Lite Roughtech – 6.5 Creedmoor – 24.3″ barrel – 1:8″ twist – 5/8 thread [Tikka product code TF1T6341A5709D0M] [GMK (UK importer) code: 81150]
- Rifle accessories/customisation: T3x Vertical Pistol Grip (Olive Green) & T3x Fore-End Grip (Olive Green) for ultra-comfortable ergonomics
- Scope: Hawke – Endurance 30 WA SF – 4-16×50 – LRC reticle with Pro flip caps (Hawke 15″ neoprene scope cover)
- Mount: Tier One mono (MU L 30 00 38)
- Ammo: Norma – Bondstrike Extreme 143 gr
- Tripod: Viper-Flex Styx Elite (4 Leg) shooting sticks
- Bag: AIM 55 Tactical Drag bag (Multicam)