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    I had a Leupold RXIV 1000yd rangefinder with the TBR but not the newer DNA mode. I had trouble with it last year ranging in very cold weather past 400yds on game. I always had trouble past 450-500yds on game with it. I did some saving and trading and just got a Leica rangefinding binocular the Geovid HD-B. So far myself and everyone I've showed it to just says wow. I have ranged deer out to 900yds and a hunting shack at 2040. Everything I've ranged has given instant readings. Using the Leupold side by side I couldn't read a brick silo at 730yds with the Leupold and the Leica easily ranged it instantly. It is extremely expensive but combines very good binoculars with one of the best rangefinders on the market. I would definitely recommend it as of now. I just got it so haven't had it in cold weather yet.

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    The only rangefinder I have ever been happy with is the Leica I have now. I wouldnt even consider any other make.
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    I'm with musket man leica makes a great product and there customer service is also top notch. i had a problem with one that i had so sent it in and they sent me the newest model from that year the 1600 and no cost no questions asked

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    Nikon-Junk, Leupold-Junk!! I've had several of each and I'd rather not own a rangefinder. I've been running the Geovid HD-b bino's and love them. Before that I had a Zeiss 8x26 PRF and that was an awesome unit. I'm assuming the newer Leica handhelds are phenomenal as well!!
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    Who has the best price on the Leica 1600?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Kabob View Post
    Who has the best price on the Leica 1600?
    Who has the best price on either Leica rangefinders? I'm interested too after reading this thread.

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    I doubt you'll find better than a Leica CRF 1000-R Rangemaster demo unit from CameralandNY for $599 http://www.cameralandny.com/optics/site.pl?page=40535

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    What he said! ^^^^^
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    Wait, I take it back. How about a new one on eBay for $549? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Leica-Rangem...item3a925bfb0a. eBay also has a manufacturer's refurbished one for $469, not sure of warranty.

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    Refurbished models from Leica are a no-no they won't honor them, have heard some bad stories about warranty work on there refurbs!!
    Last edited by woodtick; 06-22-2014 at 09:49 PM.
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