Re: opti-logic rangefinders
of course, depending on target size. we use telephone poles as check points for most ranges. they're visible. Sure, a bit more difficult at longer ranges, but still clear and easily viewable - a deer or larger animal will be visible - a woodchuck? I don't think so. there IS an advantage to magnification but for every plus there's a minus (some larger than others - no pun intended). We would like to have a mag system but so far we haven't found one good enough (i know that sounds "corporate" but it's true) for our rangefinders.
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