Re: choosing Rangefinder
I got a top-of-the-line Bushnell rangefinder a few years ago, and well...................................
It didn't perform up to my expectations or do what it was advertised to do.
It was ADVERTISED to range out to 1200 yards on hard targets- real world use maybe 800.
It was ADVERTISED to range deer out to 600 yards- real world use maybe 350.
It ate batteries like there was no tomorrow.
Fit an finish just sucked.
Optical quality, what optical quality? I've seen better from (GASP) NCStar (and I HATE them with a burning passion).
And the price was something ridiculous.
Come to think of it, it was just like all the other Bushnell products I've owned.
To each his own, and for this fella, Bushnell is simply not my own.