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Old 06-01-2013, 04:09 AM   #1
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Anyone know of any good inexpensive range finders that can range to or slightly over 1000 yards. I have rsnge finder that is rated to 1000 yards but have never been able to get it to register past 600.
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Old 06-02-2013, 01:52 AM   #2
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Most will only register large reflective surfaces at their maximum ranges. For a hunting type rangefinder just think 50% of the said yardage range as the maximum.
There is no such thing as a good/inexpensive in any type of optics. They are either good,or they are inexpensive.
Leica makes one of the best rangefinders for the money.
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I don't know what you think inespensive is but I use and trust my Leica CRF-1600. http://swfa.com/Leica-7x24-CRF-1600-B-Rangefinder-P53924.aspx
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ok thanks i will definately look more into leica. $700 is not a bad price if it realy works.
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Try camerland for a Leica demo, I got one a while back and really like it, saved a few bucks by buying a demo which by the way was as good as new. Leica is tops in my book.
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I don't know what you think inespensive is but I use and trust my Leica CRF-1600. http://swfa.com/Leica-7x24-CRF-1600-B-Rangefinder-P53924.aspx
That's the one I use. No complaints of any kind.
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The Leica is a good choice. The very inexpensive range finders are a waste of money.
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