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    How do you carry your range finder?

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    I use the old style Leica with a cabelas cover and bino harness. I really like it this way but want to upgrade to the new Leica and not sure how it will work with a bino harness.

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    I carry them inside my binoculars
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    Fhf makes a pouch that should work for you.

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    My binos have them inside.
    One optic instead of two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atrietch View Post
    My binos have them inside.
    One optic instead of two.
    Yep. I have a Swaro bino rangerfinder combo and use an old harness (Crooked Horn Outfitters)I've had for years.
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    I clip mine to my pack using a retractable lanyard. When I'm on a stalk and drop my pack I can either take the whole thing off or dematch it from the lanyard. I really like the setup.
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    Trying a range snap this year. Ususally just keep it in my vest pocket up until this point. However it fogs up using that method.

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    I keep the lanyard around my neck, and stick the rangefinder in one of the chest pockets on my shirt or t-shirt.

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    I have a pouch on the belt portion of my pack that I keep items I need frequently. Range finder and GPS are usually in that pouch. Binos are on a harness.

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    I use the lanyard my Leica came with around my neck and usually keep it inside of my outer layer so its not banging into my binos.
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