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#5638960 - 03/06/15 10:39 PM range finder recommendations
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So I want to buy a range finder. Who suggests what? I don't want a bottom of the line, but not super expensive either. Maybe 150-200$ range? Just a guess.

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#5639969 - 03/07/15 04:07 PM Re: range finder recommendations [Re: pervis]
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For archery only?
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#5640627 - 03/07/15 11:47 PM Re: range finder recommendations [Re: pervis]
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No I'd use it to rifle hunt too. I just got into bow hunting and need to set up my pins on my sight as well as be able to use it in the feild on animals. I hardly rifle hunt though.

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#5641025 - 03/08/15 11:23 AM Re: range finder recommendations [Re: pervis]
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Well if you aren't going to shoot over 250 yards or so the Bushnell and Nikon models that go to about 300 will do fine. I prefer the Nikon because of the ability to adjust the focus. I used a Nikon 330 for many years.
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#5659264 - 03/19/15 06:38 PM Re: range finder recommendations [Re: pervis]
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Got a nikon 550 max 1 cammo off ebay works good for me. Thanks for the suggestion

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#5659375 - 03/19/15 08:05 PM Re: range finder recommendations [Re: pervis]
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Originally Posted By: pervis
So I want to buy a range finder. Who suggests what? I don't want a bottom of the line, but not super expensive either. Maybe 150-200$ range? Just a guess.


There is a used vortex in the classifieds

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