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bman940's picture
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Rangefinder

When it comes to rangfinders they are definitely not all created equally. Nikon came out with the RifleHunter 1000 last year and they literally could not keep them on the shelves. Everyone of them  delivered to a store was gone almost immediately. Heck I do some work for Nikon and I could not even get a pair to try out. Apparently production went into overdrive and they are now available. Not only are they good to 1000 yards but one of my favorite features is the orange LED display for low light conditions. This Rangfinder also has the ID technology, which means it adjusts for Incline/decline shooting positions. 

Here's a link to it in case this peaks your interest.

http://www.nikonhunting.com/products/rangefinders/riflehunter_1000

 

Let me know if you have any questions.

Bart

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Location: Colorado western slope
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I'll check this one out

I'll check this one out because I will be buying another one before hunting season comes around this year.

I pretty much made my decision but am still open for other products.

 

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