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Rangefinder #7923094 08/04/20 02:59 AM
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I was given this rangefinder for free. I really don’t know anything about rangefinders, so I was wondering if this is a good one or not.

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Re: Rangefinder [Re: RPG1997] #7923507 08/04/20 03:53 PM
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Google it.

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Those are ancient as well as discontinued. They have 15-20 year-old technology in them. They probably work well enough out to 200-300 yds. They claim to go to 450 on deer but I find such claims to usually be exaggerated. If the binoculars are decent and the laser has some function, they might be worth $50-100.


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