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    I keep my rangefinder in a pouch on the belt of my backpack, and I have another pouch for my GPS. Works great. If I need my rangefinder the critter is far enough away that I can easily access my rangefinder.

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    The most comfortable spot I have for mine is on the dash of my pickup Easily within reach and convenient for those grueling coyote and prairie dog road hunts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltop View Post
    The most comfortable spot I have for mine is on the dash of my pickup Easily within reach and convenient for those grueling coyote and prairie dog road hunts.
    Outstanding Hilltop! I use the S4 retractable lanyard and the S4 bino harness and nothing is in the way of shooting my bow.

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    Just got this rig in the mail, will be perfect for bow hunting, thanks to Colorado for the recommendation!

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    When bow hunting, I carry my Leupold rangefinder in it's small carry case on my belt on the right side.

    The lanyard that comes with it is looped to the bottom of my bino harness strap.

    This setup allows me to quickly range something and then just drop it to my side and shoot without concern for the RF banging

    into stuff or getting lost.

    I shoot my bow with this setup on all the time and it doesn't interfere with the shot.

    BT53

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    I use the FHF gear bino harness with the rangefinder attachment:

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    Quote Originally Posted by NVBird'n'Big View Post
    Just got this rig in the mail, will be perfect for bow hunting, thanks to Colorado for the recommendation!

    I must admit, I saw a guy at a dancehall using something like that as a beer holster not too long ago.


    I usually will keep it in a pouch on a vest or on my pack. The majority of the time I'm not hunting alone so upon making the stalk the RF gets handed to the person there for moral support, they also get to carry the spotting scope and tripod.

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    This year I'm trying something a little different. I have a belt pouch and I'll use it until I'm in close quarters.

    I tied a two foot shock cord (small bungee) to each d ring on my neoprene case (holding leica 900).

    I have experimented a little with putting it around my neck then just dropping it over my shoulder when ready to draw.
    It ends up right between my shoulder blades, out of the way.
    I think this will work well, and keep it clear of any bow string interference, if it doesn't you may not hear from me after WY Archery
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    How do you carry your range finder?

    Quote Originally Posted by packmule View Post
    I must admit, I saw a guy at a dancehall using something like that as a beer holster not too long ago.
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    Well of course now I have to try that out, I will report back with my findings and analysis!

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    I carry my Leupold RX1200 in the carrying pouch on my belt, so far

 

 

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