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Best Rangefinder

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Unread 07-31-2012, 03:58 PM
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Best Rangefinder

I want a rangefinder that is consistently accurate ranging deer/trees out to 900-1000 yards, with an inclinometer in it. what is the rangefinder that I am looking for? Thanks!
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    Unread 07-31-2012, 04:52 PM
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    Re: Best Rangefinder

    swarovski
    zeiss
    leica

    not nessessarly in that order
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    Re: Best Rangefinder

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    swarovski
    zeiss
    leica

    not nessessarly in that order
    Definatly not in that order...

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    Re: Best Rangefinder

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    Definatly not in that order...

    Jeff

    ya thats just the order they popped in my head.
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    Re: Best Rangefinder

    Go with the G7-BR2 from gunwerks..It is all you will ever need.
    LEN sells them on this site..And ask him he will tell you the facts.
    I had all those others and for me and others i know ,,the G7-BR2
    is the now and the future.
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    Re: Best Rangefinder

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    Go with the G7-BR2 from gunwerks..It is all you will ever need.
    LEN sells them on this site..And ask him he will tell you the facts.
    I had all those others and for me and others i know ,,the G7-BR2
    is the now and the future.
    Yeah but . . . what if ya wanna practice beyond 1400 yds, then whatcha gonna do?

    That's the only reason I don't already have one. But I may cave @ any minute due to dollars.
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    Re: Best Range finder

    I based my answer on the 900 to 1000 yard with a angle indicator.
    So I guess both answers are correct. Up to 1400 yards,,go with the G7 after that go with one of the others.
    I doubt most gies are are going into the long long range arena
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