Rangefinder. Friday , May 25th , 2018 - 17:46:36 PM
A critical component part for precession hunting that is often overlooked is a laser rangefinder. When your activities are in need of a precise measurement, a rangefinder is the answer to your problem. To get the precise range to a target that is needed for a successful hunt a rangefinder is a must.
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.
Archery Rangefinders: These rangefinders are generally designed for ranging animals at close distances as shots over 100 yards are not needed by bow hunters. Often times these units will have a lower magnification to help the user range the animal faster at close range. Many archery hunters prefer to have some sort of angle compensation feature on their rangefinders, especially those that hunt from tree stands as these models will also factor in the angle of the shot, which can affect where the archer aims. Optics maker Leupold has recently introduced a unique archery rangefinder that mounts directly to your bow and can be utilized at full draw; however; this device is not legal for hunting purpose in all states.
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