Best Selling Rangefinders of 2015 for Rifle and Bow Hunting – Part 2

In the first part of this series, we discussed about 5 best selling rifle and bow hunting rangefinders. In the second and final part of the series we will discuss about 5 more best selling rangefinders that you will find useful in your rifle and bow hunting expeditions. Here are other 5 rangefinder suggestions for you to buy:
1.       Vortex Optics Ranger 1000 with HCD
This is one of the best ranging devices available in the market that is capable of ranging up to 1,000 yards. No matter whether you are a shooter or hunting enthusiast, Vortex Optics Ranger 1000 with HCD helps you make accurate shot. You will also get angle-compensated distance reading in this device because of the presence of primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) mode. Its ease of use and highly intuitive menu are the two USPs of this device. Inspite of its simplicity, users get high level of performance. Optimal light transmission has been possible due to the presence of fully multi-coated lenses. Bowhunters can also take advantage of this Vortex device.
Vortex Optics Ranger 1000 with HCD has + / – 3 yards @ 1000 yards accuracy, 22mm objective lens diameter, 6x magnification, 11-500 yards range deer, 11-1000 yards range reflective, 3.9 inches scope length, 3 inches width, 7.7 ounces weight, 315 feet per 1000 yards linear field of view, and many other features. Some of the important features of Vortex Optics Ranger 1000 with HCD are waterproofing, fully multi-coated lenses, rubber armour for secure grip, rugged, lightweight, and compact design, scanning feature for continuous distance readings while panning across a landscape, availability of Line of Sight (LOS) mode, and many more.
2.       Swarovski EL Range 8×42 W B
It is a two-in-one device where a user can use it as a binocular as well as a ranging device. With the new EL Range 8×42 binocular in hand you can check out preys, animals, or targets from long distance with clarity. Distinctive measurement button helps you get proper ranging along with the binocular function. Hunters, shooters, observers, and others find this binocular to have the best combination of ergonomic design and long range optics. With perfect weight balance, you can hold the device steadily. Swarovski EL Range 8×42 W B enables you to look through the binocular, locate the target, measure its distance from you, and then hit the target with proper ballistics. The important specifications of this device are 8x magnification, 42mm effective objective lens diameter, 19.2mm eye relief, 411 feet per 1000 yards, 91 per cent light transmission, 18.3 Twilight factor, Class 1 EN/FDA laser for ranging, CR2 battery, and others. This binocular-cum-rangefinder is 6.5 inches long, 5.4 inches wide, 3.2 inches high. With battery inside the device, weight of the device becomes 31.6 oz. Swarovski EL Range 8×42 W can measure anything from 33 yards to 1500 yards with measuring accuracy of ± 1 / 1 yards. It will not even take a second to measure range. 1,000 measurements can be done with this device. The angular measurement is ± 90 degrees.
3.       Bushnell Elite 1600 Arc Rangefinder 7×26mm
This is a premier instrument that is capable of measuring range of a target anywhere from 5 yards to 1600 yards. Due to the incorporation of Vivid Display Technology or VDT, enhanced display readout is available at all lighting conditions. With the presence of Variable Sight-In or VSI, users can get sight-in distance options when put in rifle mode. The different options available are 100 yards, 150 yards, 200 yards, or 300 yards. Accuracy of ranging varies +/- 1 yard. Bullet drop/holdover up to 199 inches, angle, and line-of-sight are available at the rifle-mode. Angle Range Compensation (ARC) is an advanced feature that varies from -90 degrees to +90 degrees. Bushnell Elite 1600 Arc Rangefinder 7×26mm is helpful for archers too as it comes with a Bow Mode too. This provides true horizontal distance from 10-99 yards/meters, angle, and line-of-sight. This Bushnell device is completely waterproof, enabling you to use it in the harshest weather conditions, especially confronted during hunting expeditions. The manufacturer has also incorporated effective water repellent lens coating called RainGuard HD.
Some of the important specifications available here are 7x magnification, 26mm objective lens diameter, 3-volt CR123 battery, presence of three targeting modes (brush, bullseye, and scan), and many more. While its dimension is 1.7 x 5.1 x 3.7 inches, the weight is 12.1 oz.
4.       Leupold RX-1200i TBR with DNA Digital Laser Rangefinder
Leopold’s RX-1200i True Ballistic Range (TBR) and high performance Digitally eNhanced Accuracy (DNA) places this rangefinder among the highest performing rangefinding devices. While magnification of the device is 6x, Objective Clear Aperture is 22mm. A user can check out the range of a target right from 6 yards to 800 yards (for Deer) and 900 yards (for Trees). Maximum reflective range is 1215 yards. Some of the major features of Leupold RX-1200i TBR with DNA Digital Laser Rangefinder are Fold Down Rubber Eyecups, Scan Mode (RX), Clicking Fast-Focus (RX), Fully Multicoated (RX), built-in inclinometer, choice of three different reticles (Duplex with Plus Point, Duplex, and Plus Point), CR2 Lithium Battery, advanced OLED Technology, quick set menu, and many others. Fold-down rubber eyecups are present in this device, helping both users having eye glasses and without it.
5.       Zeiss Victory 10×56 T* RF Laser Rangefinder
It is counted among the premier binoculars that come with additional laser-rangefinding and BIS features. With the Victory RF rangefinder, you can measure distances of targets within a second. On the basis of distance, correct holdover can be checked as Zeiss Victory 10×56 T* RF Laser Rangefinder has been incorporated with innovative Ballistic Information System (BIS). It is rest assured that the users get bright and sharpest possible images with this optoelectronic instrument, thereby enhancing performance in all aspects. Zeiss has put in Fluoride glass and the Carl Zeiss T* multi-layer coating, thereby increasing optical performance of the device. Two important features of the device are Holdover Point Correction and Laser rangefinding technology. Besides there are some other useful features such as convenient set button, precise measurement, repeat accuracy, long lasting magnesium housing, robust design, and long lasting magnesium housing. Important specifications of the device are 10x magnification, 56mm effective lens diameter, 23.7 twilight factor, 5.6mm exit pupil diameter, 110m Fielf of View at 1000m, +3.5 | -3.5 dpt Diopter Adjustment Range, 400 mbar, presence of LotuTec technology, Class 1 Laser, 904 nm laser wavelength, and many more.

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