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bushnell 1500 yd rangefinder #4130175 03/19/13 03:35 AM
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Well I thought I made up my mind on the leica 1600. I borrowed a buddies and loved it but really don't need that much. I'm looking at a Bushnell 1500 and I understand not to expect to range that far but am wondering what is realistic.

Re: bushnell 1500 yd rangefinder [Re: webb1974] #4131143 03/19/13 05:28 PM
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I've got a Nikon 600 (I had thought it was an 800 till I recently used it). Anyway...it's good for about 400 yards max on deer, pigs, and coyote, and I have to work pretty hard to get a reading at 400. Next one I buy will be rated for 1000 or better and I'll hope for 50% or 60% of that range being usable for deer, pigs, and coyotes.


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I tested the ARC Binos 2 years ago
they worked great!
I didn't care for the binos themselves that much but the range finder worked very, very well.


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