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Old 03-06-2009, 01:06 AM
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I have a Newcon 2000 pro and it works good, ranges out to 1700 yards easy, most of my shooting is around 1000 -1100yds and it does that easy. I have never seen a swaro and would like to try one beside my newcon, but for the price I am happy with the newcon
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hey elkstalker how accurate are the newcon rangefinders. Do the readings change when ranging the same target to get a average reading on the distance. Also is there any web site that have some info on these I've never heard of them.
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Old 03-08-2009, 06:25 AM
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it seems to be really accurate, will give same readings when I go to different target then back to the orginal one, 2 of my buddies have them also $499.00 batttery life is good also
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hey elkstalker how accurate are the newcon rangefinders. Do the readings change when ranging the same target to get a average reading on the distance. Also is there any web site that have some info on these I've never heard of them.
Try Night Vision, Laser Range Finders, Thermal, Stabilized Imagers, Binoculars, Goggles, Monoculars, Night Vision Scopes by Newcon Optik

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dont know about all those high dollar range finders but i got a bushnell 1500 arc and it has gone to 1203 yards so far and i only used it once at trees so i am thinking i must have gotten a good one for $399 cabelas . need to get out an use it some more also have a leupold rxll and that thing i wouldnt recomend to any one , wont range over 250 - 300 yards , for the money it is no bargan , works great for bow hunting though...
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I have a Newcon 2000 pro and it works good, ranges out to 1700 yards easy, most of my shooting is around 1000 -1100yds and it does that easy. I have never seen a swaro and would like to try one beside my newcon, but for the price I am happy with the newcon
How are they in rain, bright sun light, low light, etc?

What is their readout like?

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