Range finders

riverboss

12 pointer
Jan 26, 2009
8,213
northern ky
Looking for a new range finder one that will do 1000yrds most say they will but only go out so far on metallic objects.
Need suggestions from personal experience.
 

Ash12

10 pointer
Oct 21, 2007
1,621
I haven't used one, but darn hard to beat the Vortex Warrenty! I had a really good experience with leupold as well.
 

Little FR

12 pointer
Nov 10, 2021
4,693
West Kentucky
I really loved my Sig. I gave it to mom and have a Bushnell now. I don’t trust it, I hate it and their warranty/service is awful. I’m getting another Sig after this.
 

1wildcatfan

12 pointer
Jan 2, 2009
14,968
raised n Bullitt Co.
Looking for a new range finder one that will do 1000yrds most say they will but only go out so far on metallic objects.
Need suggestions from personal experience.
Good one here if just wanting rangefinder.
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cdalle6

6 pointer
Sep 13, 2009
278
KY
Something else to consider. Make sure it has an illuminated display. The Leupold I currently have doesn’t. It’s hard to see the readout in lowlight.
This. I had a bushnell(non illuminated), leupold(illuminated), and now a vortex(non illuminated). My next one will be illuminated without a doubt. Wish I had never sold that Leupold. Don’t know what I was thinking.
 

riverboss

12 pointer
Jan 26, 2009
8,213
northern ky
Thanks I have a 15 yr old Bushnell still works great but doesn't have the range i need, the binoculars all in one sound like what I need but my wife would skin me alive if I bought them.
Might look at the Bushnell and see if there's any good black Friday sales.
 


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