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Trijicon IR HUNTER MK3 60mm BLACK IRMK3-60

SKU IRMK3-60-Trij

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This Trijicon IR Hunter Mark III 4.5x Kit features a BAE thermal core with 640x480 EMAGIN OLED display, 12 micron technology, 60mm lens, 60hz fast frame rate, clip-on capabilities, stadiametric range finder, 5 reticle patterns, reticle position readouts, multiple reticle save locations, battery extended, eyeguard, hard case, download cable/software, flip up lens cap, and dual lever LaRue mount.


  • 8x Digital Zoom allows you to quickly and easily use the turrets to increase the size of the image to zoom in on your targets.
  • Fischer Video Connectors are durable and reliable, and allow the user to export the saved images and videos on the device to an external device for later review and sharing with your hunting buddies.
  • MaxPol Polarity - Switch from White Hot to Black Hot (and three levels of each variety) when it makes sense. Different conditions can make different renderings of the thermal heat easier to discern, and with MaxPol Polarity, you'll always be optimized.
  • IR Window - Your Germanium lens is protected by a highly-transmissive window that shields this costly component and ensures longevity of the optic.
  • Digital Focus Control (DFC) - Sharpen or blur your thermal image on the fly. When more detail or less image graininess is required, simply use DFC to fix it as you go.
  • Stadiametric Rangefinder - Quickly determine distance to your target using the rangefinder that's built right into the display of the IR Hunter Mark III. Just set your range units, set the target size, then adjust the range marks - and the distance to target will be displayed on-screen in the Range Read-Out display.
  • Enhanced Target Recognition (ETR) - Image auto-adjusts to ensure that the reticle is never washed out in the image.

Download the IR Hunter Mark III Spec Sheet.


  • Size:7.6" L x 3.1" H x 3.3" W
  • Weight:60mm: 37 oz (1050g)
  • Display:EMAGIN OLED Monochrome Display
    640x480 VGA Resolution
    10-bit Monochrome Output
    >10,000:1 Contrast
    60Hz/30Hz Selectable Frame Rate
  • Thermal Sensitivity:<50mK
  • Magnification Range:4.5-36x
  • Field of View:7° Optical
    1° Digital
  • Eye Relief:2.00"
  • Battery Type(2) CR123 3V
  • Optic DetailsMagnification: 4.5x Optical/36x Digital
    60mm Germanium Lens
  • Spectral Response8-12um
  • Item ConditionNew
  • Product TypeThermal
  • UPC719307800717
  • MPNIRMK3-60

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
September 4, 2020

Love it. I also bought a REAP-IR 35MM the day before I received my Mark3 and I prefer the Mark 3 Hunter. The REAP is still a great optic but I like the dials on the MARK3 and the format of the programming better. The 35MM REAP is better for closer targets due to its base magnification. But the clarity and Target ID with the Hunter is better on farther targets. My REAP blew a few pixels first time to the range and snowed over top 1/3 and bottom 1/3 of the screen on my second outing. I was pretty pissed, but Trijicon is gladly taking care of it for me right now. I've run the hunter on heavy recoiling 45/70 shooting 600 grain cast bullets (they are subsonic though so recoil is more like a 308 Bolt action). No issues with the Mark3. The only complaint I have about the Mark 3 is the Larue mount restricts your ability to mount the optic back far enough on standard length of pull rifles. For example, put it on a bolt action and you'll be craning your neck uncomfortably forward to press your eye against the eycup. Its not a problem with adjustable AR type stocks though. The REAP's mount is far better than the mount comes on the mark 3. It is located in the middle of the optic so if you back it up far back on your rail the eyecup extends back much further than the Mark3 with the Larue mount. The other negative regarding the Mark3's mounting system is you also have to remove your rear BUIS to get it as far back on the rail as possible. The REAP's mount allows you to keep the rear BUIS and still back the optic rearward farther than the Mark3. But still - I think the Mark3 Hunter is a better choice than the REAP. If it only had a mount like the REAP it would be 100%. Get either and you will like them.

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