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Location: Central Washington
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Rangefinders

I looking to get a rangefinder for this years mulie and elk hunts. I'll be hunting mostly in open country in eastern Washington with a rifle. Anyone have any opinions on what brands? I would like to keep the price under 400. What's the minimum yardage and power needed? I've used an older model Bushnell but want something a little more compact. How are the new Leupolds? Any help would be appreciated.

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Location: NYC
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We have the Leica LRF 800 on special, new, for $339.99. This is an excellent unit with wonderful optics. Please feel free to give us a call to discuss this and other options.

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Location: Wa.
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I just purchased one of the new, this year, Nikon 1200 Monarch Gold rangefinders for $338.00. Very clear 7x, compact, rubber coated, scans, one hand operation and reads critters (non-reflective) out to 1200 yds. It's going to give the Leica a run for the money.

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Location: Central Washington
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Sounds just like what I'm looking for fuzzybear. Where did you get yours? Thanks for the response. Reddog

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reddog
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