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Rangefinder #6971644
11/25/17 03:00 AM
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yellowboat04 Offline OP
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What do you think is the best low light ranger finder? I have an old bushnell that once the sunsets I can no longer see through, and want to buy something better.

Re: Rangefinder [Re: yellowboat04] #6971647
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Go look through several, the SIG Kilo range finders have impressed me. Nikon and Leupold have pretty good glass as well

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