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range finders

  what options or qualities should I look for in a good range finder? I read where some won't work if the game is moving or its raining.

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Probably the big option that

Probably the big option that you need to weigh is if you want to get one with the angle adjustment feature. It will give you the actual horizontal distance to the target instead of the line of sight distance. I bought my bushnell yardage pro long before this feature came out and I've done fine without it. If it's for rifle hunting get one with what seems too long of a range (think 900 yards or so) because the yardage that you'll get out in the field will be much less.