Branka Perić. Rangefinder. April 26th , 2018.
Dual Purpose Rangefinders: These all around rangefinders see use during both archery and rifle season. The are generally capable of ranging targets at several hundred yards, and often have features that are favored by both rifle and bow hunters, such a target priority modes and a scan mode. Many of these units also have both a "bow" and "rifle" mode which allows the user to select which mode best fits their current hunting situation.
Hunting rangefinders that offer a camo finish are also beneficial. This feature sets the hunting type of this tool from other types, such as golf rangefinders. It is important that your clothing, pack, and devices blend in with your surroundings so that you do not give yourself a way. There would be nothing worse than to come up on a large animal, only to scare it away when light glares off your rangefinder. Check out the controls on the rangefinder. You want something that will be easy to use once you are in the woods and need it to work. Test out two or three models and brands, and choose the one that you feel will offer you the best use.
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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