Originally Posted by Muletrip
Jeff, I hunt both hills and flat ground. The flat ground is for pronghorn and there is usually a lot of sagebrush. I want to be able to range farther than I can shoot, about 700 is my max that I am comfortable with for game and shoot to 1100-1200 on targets.
Is the distance read out also black on the PLRF10 or is it red?
No, that's right. the read out in my PLRF10 is red.
If you understand beam divergence and the evils that come with it, and if my memory is correct, when I tested the Zeiss mono it had large black read out and reticle. But watch the beam on this unit, it is huge and it will grab anything you let it while lying its butt off to you about what you think you just ranged. So start well above the target (antelope) in sage and work down till you just hit it. They are inexpensive too compared to many others.