Yes, Leica’s manual can be improved. To start with they using wrong terminology, CRF 1600 is not displaying “correction of the holdover“ but a correction of the scope. As to the compensation for the angle I had to prove that to myself by measuring target 17deg down the hill at 440m and compare the reading with a level target at 440m. The difference was 2 = .2mRad = 2cm at 100m that in turn translates to 8.8cm at 440m; all for table EU3. So now you and others can know that CRF 1600 compensates for the angle although Leica makes it very confusing. The Impulse 200 XL is entirely different equipment and truly not applicable for hunting; I see many versions at > Laser Technology TruPulse 200 Laser Rangefinders ON SALE Tru Pulse Laser Rangefinder 7005030 Hypsometers w/ Computer Interface Data Port 7005030
To cover the filed completely you may like to consider > Horus Vision
I copied our correspondence to Leica and hope they will have something to say for themselves.