Rangefinder reccomendations

Raybo

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Apr 27, 2004
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Illinois
I'm looking for a laser rangefinder in the $250 neighborhood for my lights, i'm also an avid golfer if that makes a difference.

Thanks in advance,

Ray
 

fishx65

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Nov 17, 2005
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I've been using a Bushnell Scout for the last six years for hunting and golfing with no problems at all. I hunt and golf a lot!!!!!! Nice and small. What ever you get, make sure it has auto scan.
 

mtbkndad

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Jan 1, 2005
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I use a Bushnell Yardage Pro Compact 800. I am very pleased with it. I have tested it with distances I have taped up to nearly 500 yards. It is very accurate.
I like it because it's range on reflective and non-reflective objects is very close.
I also got a demo unit from here and saved a good amount.

http://www.opticsplanet.net/200880.html

Take Care,
mtbkndad :wave:
 

Dutch

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Nov 30, 2003
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Wisconsin
I had a Nikon Buckmaster Laser 600. Got rid of it. It wasn't consistent. The display also was hard to read in low light.

Saved up a few more pennies and went with the Leica. WOW! What a piece of work! I love it. Had it for a couple of years + now. Bright display. High quality housing and glass. Scans.

As mentioned above. Some do not scan. You have to re-establish a connection with your target rather than hold the button down and just follow it.

Dutch
 
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