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Old 10-05-2010, 11:32 AM   #1
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I am thinking about getting a rangefinder for bow hunting because it is getting very annoying having to guestimate my shot distances!

I have been looking at a couple of them but I was just wondering what everybody's opinion is on them?
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If you are talking archery, this is a good one. It has an angle compensator.

If you hunt with both a rifle/pistol, and archery, this is another good one. I have this one and it is very accurate. Also has an angle compensator.
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I can vouche for Nikon, i have one and it works great. its perfect for bowhuntin. ranges from 10yds-500yds. i use it to mark out stakes at certain distances in my shooting lanes.
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i have the archers choice. bought it used off of archerytalk. i couldnt hunt without a rangefinder. it is a confidence thing for me. deer always look further than they are.

click a few of them. some have very loud buttons. enough to spook a wary whitetail.
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