Nikon make a good one for bow hunters, The archers choice. If youdo any rifle hunting as well you might wanna look into the bushnell scout arc 1000. it has both archery and rifle modes. it compinsates for angles and such.
If you are hunting from a tree stand I'ld go with any of the top rated ones that have the archery angles in them. Leupold makes a couple of nice ones along wtih the Nikon's. Just don't get caught up in gagetry while you are hunting. Learn how to tell distance by the size of an opject while you are looking at it with the naked eye. And when using a range finder do it when you get into the stand on trees bushes and rocks and not when a deer is walking in
I will admit, I love deer plots.
I love planting... even the garden at home.
What I do not like are high cost farm implements.
I found myself in need of a cultipacker for clover and other small seed - but could not find a decent deal on a small unit.
OK, fine... I will make one!
The materials were very simple... some plastic corrugated sewer drain pipe, some metal, 2 bearings and some concrete and you are in business!
I cut the pipe, in this case, to 46" wide - as I intended to pull this one...