I have a Bushnell elite 1500 that will range trees and rocks to 1680 yards in good light. I missed a shot on a 5X5 because it would not range the elk so I ranged a tree instead. The topography of the land was such that I could not tell that the elk was 75 yards back from the tree.
I now have a Swaro and a Wilde. I do not like to miss and when I spend several thousands of dollars on gasoline and permits to hunt elk, there better be a dead ellk or else things will change. Lots of things will change!
I will suggest that there is nothing that will cut through fog. I tried that for about three hours in Maryland a few weeks ago.
The Swaro is clearly a superior unit and is very nice.
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