Posts Tagged ‘Rangefinders’
When nothing but the top quality glass will suffice Leica is a name that will always be at the forefront. More often, hunters and shooters are
A guest post by Jonathan Owen, CEO of SHWAT.com
“I was robbed!”
Famous words uttered by more than one hunter blaming
When shooting long-range—over 1,750 yards (one mile)—you need the right rifle, caliber, optics, and equipment. That includes the right rangefinder as well. A requirement to accurately shoot long distances for hunting or military applications, you need to know the distance from your location to your target.
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Rangefinders use lasers to calculate the distance between yourself and a target. Most rangefinders have three different targets in which way ranges are measured. For example, a rangefinder’s maximum range will be to a reflective target, like a rock. Rangefinder ranges in distance are also listed as to a moving/live target such as a deer, and another stationary target like a tree.
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