Rangefinder. Friday , May 25th , 2018 - 17:44:17 PM
A golf rangefinder has also become more affordable so the average golfer can now spend a little less on golf clubs and add a rangefinder to the golf bag instead.
When it comes to selecting one of the many laser rangefinders on the market, perhaps the first thing you want to look for is its potential range and application. Some rangefinders also use "modes" so that you can use it effectively in all kinds of terrain and weather. The potential range also varies as many are capable of accurately reporting the range of an object up to 2,000 or more yards. Whether you need one when you’re out golfing or are competing in an athletic, outdoor sport that allows you to use one, laser rangefinders can certainly be a huge advantage for any of these applications.
Rifle Rangefinders: Rangefinders designed specifically for rifle hunting are often of higher magnification than other hunting rangefinders. While many of these rangefinders designed for rifle hunting do a scan mode, many lack an angle compensation feature that is found on a lot of other hunting rangefinders. Some of these models are also of a flatter design and are held horizontally like binoculars, instead of vertically like a monocular. This enables the hunter to hold the unit steady easier for long range targeting.
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