Any fans of Leupold's RX-IV Boone/Crockett rangefinder ($530), especially Trophy Scale and TBR features? Here's the description from Leup's site:
- Revolutionary Trophy Scale™ technology will tell you if the rack on the game you’re viewing has the spread (in inches) you’re hunting for
- …RX rangefinders with True Ballistic Range (TBR®) provide accurate aiming information matched to the performance of your rifle or bow. By calculating the incline, line of sight range to the target, and a projectile’s ballistics, your RX provides rifle hunters using Leupold Ballistics Aiming System™ reticles as well as bow hunters the correct equivalent horizontal distance for precise shooting on an incline. In other words, aim using the True Ballistic Range, not the line of sight range. Rifle hunters can also get this data as an MOA adjustment or a holdover point. With practice, long distance/steep angle shooting will become second nature. Dial in your RX to one of seven TBR ballistics settings for the rifle and three for the bow for incredible accuracy. TBR is effective to 800 yards for most rifle cartridges.
Many guys seem to prefer simple RFs - some spendy (Leica $600-$700) and others not so much. I wonder if these features just don't work on the Leups or other features more important in the field (accuracy, versatility)?
Any fans of these Leupold features?