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Unread 09-21-2013, 10:26 PM
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G7 br2

has anyone used the new Gunweks G7Br2 unit ? any comparisons to other units oit there in that price range ? I was also looking at the swaro for 999.00
any feedback would be appreciated

thanks Scott
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    Unread 09-22-2013, 05:56 AM
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    Re: G7 br2

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    has anyone used the new Gunweks G7Br2 unit ? any comparisons to other units oit there in that price range ? I was also looking at the swaro for 999.00
    any feedback would be appreciated

    thanks Scott
    Search function is your friend. But, this link is probably the best to start with: G7 BR2 VS Leica 1600-B
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    Unread 09-22-2013, 08:24 AM
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    Re: G7 br2

    Below is my test of the G7 unit.

    I will also add if you are thinking Swaro 8x30, I have owned 5 and tested many. I would go with the Leica 1600 CRF if it were my choice over the Swaro. The lieca has a better display, much more precise beam, smaller aiming reticle, and is less money.



    My Field Test of The G7-BR2 Rangefinder

    Happy reading.

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    Unread 09-22-2013, 02:32 PM
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    Re: G7 br2

    I agree with broz the Lieca is better I have no experiance with the BR2 as my 1600 is hard to beat.
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    Unread 09-28-2013, 10:43 PM
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    Re: G7 br2

    I started with an old Bushnell 15 plus years ago. Then moved up to the swaro. Then on to the Leica 1600 and 1600B. I now own the g7 br2 and things have just continually gotten better and better.

    Each has their own limitations as well as positive points. For me the g7 just has more positive and very few limitations; actually only one that I can think of.

    Alan
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    Unread 09-28-2013, 11:02 PM
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    Re: G7 br2

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    I started with an old Bushnell 15 plus years ago. Then moved up to the swaro. Then on to the Leica 1600 and 1600B. I now own the g7 br2 and things have just continually gotten better and better.

    Each has their own limitations as well as positive points. For me the g7 just has more positive and very few limitations; actually only one that I can think of.

    Alan
    which one is that ?
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    Unread 09-28-2013, 11:36 PM
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    Re: G7 br2

    "which one is that ?"

    The wide laser beam divergence mentioned by both Carlos and Broz.

    Alan
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