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Best Proven rangefinder #7170136 05/15/18 02:32 AM
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I know these keep getting better. What do you say? No junk

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Vector 23 or terrapin are best.

Best weapon mounted is wilcox raptar.

Lieca new model that replaced the 1600 is solid.

Sig kilo is good but aiming point is kinda large imo but good when you figure it out.


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Vectronix makes the best I know of. The Terrapin was expensive but obtainable, then discontinued. They brought it back. I’ve heard it’s not as good as the original. Time will tell.


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Are there any smaller ones that will work?

Euro optic has some Leicas on clearance for $400

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You can borrow my Swaro Laser Guide if you want.


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Originally Posted By: FiremanJG
You can borrow my Swaro Laser Guide if you want.


“Shopping for a friend” probably something in the $500 range.
I would love to have an elite bino finder combo

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Leicas are supposed to be great. Might check out the new Nikons, as well. I have a feeling they’re going to be hard to beat for the price.


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Originally Posted By: Brother in-law
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You can borrow my Swaro Laser Guide if you want.


“Shopping for a friend” probably something in the $500 range.
I would love to have an elite bino finder combo


Ah!


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