IWA OutdoorClassics 2019

From March 8 to 11, 2019 the 46th International Trade Fair of hunting and sporting weapons, accessories and leisure equipment - IWA OutdoorClassics 2019 was held in Nuremberg (Germany). This largest annual event attracted more than 1600 exhibiting compani
Dedal-NV Company long and confidently became one of the main exhibitors at the IWA OutdoorClassics. This year the number of visitors at Dedal-NV booth exceeded all expectations, a lot of business meetings and negotiations were held during the exhibition. Specialists from different areas worked with partners and customers; new cooperation plans were developed, strategic development ways were discussed.

The achievements of Dedal-NV are increasingly attracting the attention of partners and visitors to the night, day and thermal vision technology. Among new products, Dedal-NV showed Dedal-T4.642 Pro LRF v.5.1 thermal riflescope with a built-in rangefinder. Riflescope has the ability to measure distances up to 4000 meters. Through the mobile application Dedal Control, thermal riflescopes equipped with v.5.1 via the Bluetooth channel can receive data of edits by calculating them in advance, operating with the ballistic calculator Strelok PRO. Among additional accessories Dedal-NV shown the BP-1 power supply unit with 2 pcs. (#18650) rechargeable batteries, which make it possible to extend the work of any thermal sight in various weather conditions up to 16 hours.

The Stalker 6x daylight prismatic riflescope was presented not only at our company booth, but also at the booth of our official distributor EDgun. Stalker day riflescope with a constant 6x magnification, has a ballistic reticle with marks for different distances, which allows you to shoot with carry out way.
All day riflescopes of Dedal-NV Company were presented with a new anodic coating, characterized by increased weather resistance.
Despite the general attention of visitors to thermal vision technology, day and night optics are still in great demand among foreign distributors.
18 march 2019
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