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    Rangerfinder

    I am looking for a good rangefinder with arc for archer only. The rangefinder I have will not always pick up my target even at 30 yards. Good luck to all this coming season. Don

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    I have a Nikon rifle hunter 1000. I like it but in low light the red can wash out your picture.

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    I have heard great things about the rangefinder that vortex makes.

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    The Vortex Ranger would be a great choice.
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    I will take a look at Vortex. I had a Bushnell Chuck Adams edition but gave it to my friend to help him get going in bow hunting. Bushnell not making the Chuck Adams edition any more. Thanks for your help and good luck this year.

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    http://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/hun...ar-test-review

    not sure this helps?

    I'd kind of like that leica but it's pricey $$, so I'm kind of between the Leupold and Burris, I didn't like my dad's Leupold but perhaps things have changed for the better?

    btw how are guys using these nowadays? string around the neck? in a pocket? etc..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Dusart View Post
    I will take a look at Vortex. I had a Bushnell Chuck Adams edition but gave it to my friend to help him get going in bow hunting. Bushnell not making the Chuck Adams edition any more. Thanks for your help and good luck this year.
    No problem! Good luck to you as well!

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    Around the neck is how I do it.

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    I have the nikon archers choice. That would be a good buy.

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    Leupold 1000i TBR. Its been great so far.

 

 

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