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Terrapin PLRF05 or PLRF10

 
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:14 AM
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Re: Terrapin PLRF05 or PLRF10

I like the magnifier; Ranging small objects beyond 1,800 yards definitely requires more than the 6 or 8X that my PLRF-10 provides.

Some sites have their problem children that require one to take a few deep breaths and forge ahead - SH is in this group.

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Old 05-06-2013, 07:38 PM
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Re: Terrapin PLRF05 or PLRF10

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Crap....I don't have a cross hair on my scope. What are the odds that Lieca can install one on my APO-77?
If you find anything I would like to know that as well.
I can't believe Nightforce came out with a spotting scope without a ranging crosshair!?
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If you find anything I would like to know that as well.
I can't believe Nightforce came out with a spotting scope without a ranging crosshair!?
Yeah, that is a little hard to believe...
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Old 05-11-2013, 07:24 PM
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Re: Terrapin PLRF05 or PLRF10

Finally got a terrapin and was playing with it today. I
immediately noticed it overwhelms my swaros capabilities.
Ranging trees repeatedly at 2500 yards, I was impressed.
And ranging a highway at 3307 yards all in midday sunlight.
Also it's easy to notice the smaller beam divergence.
Ranging small road signs about 1'x1' at 1400 yds was cool.
Hopefully I can get a chance to take my 338 Am out past 2000 yds tommorrow
now that I have a reliable rangefinder at those distances.
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Re: Terrapin PLRF05 or PLRF10

Is it confirmed by Vectronix that the PLRF05 (Terrapin) can out range the PLRF10?
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Re: Terrapin PLRF05 or PLRF10

The USO,Leupold,and my wish list Ziess 20-60x72 have a reticle.That would go well with Terrapin
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