Re: Best laser range finder good to 1000 yards on game
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<font color="purple"> What is the best bang for the buck range finder that will laz on game to 1000 yards.
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Every response totally missed the question. Bang for the buck, only needs to laz out to 1K yards. Swaro is a looser here. My Bushnell Elite was only $350 and it lazes out to 1500 yards. I liked it so much I got one for my nephew/brothers elk hunt – a new Bushnell that only lazes to 1300 yards, but our own Don (firstname.lastname@example.org) sold that one to me for $299. I’ll put it on eBay after their hunt and sell it fast for $250.
In 5 years that swaro will go for $250 on eBay, the latest Swaro will laze to 3,500 yards, have better optics and be cheaper than the current technology. Rangefinders (RF) are unlike guns and like computers, they get better/cheaper every year.
Unless you're Kirby, GG or some of the other guys who will need 1,300+ yard ranging - or have unlimited budgets like Kirby and GG [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] - my advice is get the cheapest you can live with. It's not like a gun or even scope you will be keeping for 30 years then passing on to be used another 50 years (then passed on) - RF should be considered disposable expenses.