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Post 2...Swaro vs Vectronix

 
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Old 11-26-2012, 12:11 AM
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Re: Post 2...Swaro vs Vectronix

Which one did you get? the terrapin or plrf10? Thats some impressive ranging capabilities.
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Re: Post 2...Swaro vs Vectronix

Ditto! I think he ordered the Terrapin, but not sure.
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Ditto! I think he ordered the Terrapin, but not sure.
Do you think the reticule is small enough to range a coyote at 1500 yards or less? The more i read about the terrapin the more i want one!
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Re: Post 2...Swaro vs Vectronix

Yes, I baught the Terrapin. As far as ranging on flat land, I don't know. I was banging on open hill sides in wooded hills. But for me, that is where you see the deer. But like was said earlier..it is in a whole another class compared to my Licea and Swaro!!!
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Re: Post 2...Swaro vs Vectronix

I have had most of the better range finders, plrf15, swaro, leica 1600, and the swaro el range. I use the swaro ranging binos for most everything now and only break out the vectronix for extreme long range stuff. I do not need to be able to range 5600 yards, the furthest I have ever ranged with the plrf15, but it is nice to be able to get a range on an animal past 1000. They are definately in different classes. I am probably going to part with the plrf15s and upgrade to the vector ranging binos.
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Re: Post 2...Swaro vs Vectronix

I am going to use my new vectronix for everything. I am going to relagate my Sworo to mg golf bag!!
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