Rangefinder. Wednesday , May 02nd , 2018 - 13:39:24 PM
So, if you are an avid bow hunter but do not yet own a laser rangefinder, then I challenge you to take my little test mentioned above and, I believe that if you will do so, you will find that you too can greatly benefit from owning a laser rangefinder. In addition, while there are numerous different makes and models of laser rangefinders on the market today, you should definitely take the time to search out the few models that are specifically designed for archers since they incorporate features such as "Clearshot" by Bushnell that are clearly designed to enhance the units usefulness to bow hunters.
How do you think professional golfers pick their clubs when they are competing? How do you think they choose their golf clubs with such accuracy as they hit a perfectly weighted ball straight on to the green? It is because they know exactly how far they are going to hit the ball with each of their clubs. They also know the golf course they are playing and how far it is from them to the next hazard (water, bunker, tree) or the green and make a club selection accordingly.
Let’s start with the laser rangefinder that, obviously, use laser to calculate distance to an object. Its most notable merits include its extreme accuracy to within a yard, two at most, as well its wide flexibility in working at every golf course. You can use the unit out of the box - no computer hookups, no membership fees and no subscription plans.
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