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range finder crapped out!!!!

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Unread 02-16-2013, 06:54 PM
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Re: range finder crapped out!!!!

haha ya i understand that what a misconception. but i know you get what you pay for in with this stuff so i guess i could have been more detailed.

the 1600 does sound like the right way to go. i have read that i should test them out before buying because some 1600's have been able to range farther than others.
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    Unread 02-16-2013, 06:58 PM
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    Re: range finder crapped out!!!!

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    Originally Posted by shawnb View Post
    haha ya i understand that what a misconception. but i know you get what you pay for in with this stuff so i guess i could have been more detailed.

    the 1600 does sound like the right way to go. i have read that i should test them out before buying because some 1600's have been able to range farther than others.

    I found similar results with 5 Swaro's I owned. It is always good to go outside and test drive if you have that option. I think this problem was most evident in the first of the early 1600's though. The latest ones seem much better.

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