Rangefinder. Friday , May 25th , 2018 - 17:42:35 PM
Because distance to your game is the most important piece of information in making an effectual shot, the use of a laser rangefinder will give you the confidence you need. Bow hunters have been using their rangefinders for years. They understand that the difference between 30 yards and 35 yards can make the difference between a success shot and or an unsuccessful hunt.
Now as to Brands, in my opinion the brand you choose is often a matter of your own perception of that brand. Some brands may indeed be better than other however the technology is almost always the same. That said, some brands, even though they are using the same technology may have better control over manufacturing or may be using higher quality components. So you will need to do some research to find out which brands you feel comfortable with. But do not get yourself tied up with having to have a certain brand, you may save money or even get a better rangefinder with a brand you never heard of, remember even the big boys had to start somewhere.
Though a particular rangefinder may say it is rated to a certain distance does not mean that is what you will get out of a rangefinder. The maximum distance rangefinders will work will be dependent on the intended object’s reflectivity and the current conditions. The maximum rated distance is what most manufactures put on the box and is figured in ideal conditions on a reflective object. On deer sized animals, you will be lucky to get 75% of the maximum range and less than ideal conditions will drop the effective range even more. This discrepancy is less with the more expensive models and greater with the less expensive models.
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