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  • Recommendation For a Rangefinder

    Need a rangefinder for bow hunting mostly. I have an older bow and that is a very accurate bow. When the deer are out to 50 to 60 yds. I start to have trouble guessing the correct range.
    Now I want to buy Tectectec Pro rangefinder.

    Its specification is:
    Yards: Up to 540 yards
    Body: Durable and water resistant
    Lens Display: Premium, ultra-clear, multilayered optics
    Battery Mode: CR2
    Measurement: 104 x 72 x 41 mm
    Weight: 185g

    If this rangefinder could do that for me or you have any other opinion, I would be happy.
    Thanks in advance for your opinions.
    Adam Howard

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    I have a Bushnell Arc and have been very pleased with it. There is a new kid on the block, and my memory is not going to allow me to remember who, Sig???? They are getting great reviews. There is also Vortex which has surprisingly good clarity for the money. I find myself taking the Vortex bino's more that my Zeiss. Garmin has the ultimate laser bow ranging site on the market. Alaska does not allow the use of it in special archery seasons, only during general hunts. " I just received this email a couple weeks ago on this. I'm a Archery Cert. Inst." But for $1,000 I'll pass.

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    • #3
      Hows about Nikon Prostaff 7i
      Adam Howard

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      • #4
        I love my SIG kilo 850

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Yukon Cornelius View Post
          I love my SIG kilo 850
          Sig 850 is a nice finder but I think it's getting older in this time.
          Adam Howard

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