Are you guys saying that with them, there is no need for a cosine level?
This is my main purpose in upgrading, the ability to not buy a cosine indicator for all my rifles.
Just to be clear, the original CRF1600 will give true horizontal ranges? I see that the 1600-B will but am unclear on the 1600. It is significantly cheaper and I do not need the other features if so. . .
"If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me." - Jesus Christ
Yep! After the range reading and the useless drop info, click the second button for angle, temp, barometric pressure. Simply multiply the baro reading by 2.036 or just 2 and your good to go.
This thread has me a bit confused. The Swaro and Leica RFs that I have used, return straight-line distance to the target. In order to compensate for any angle up or down, you would need a cosine indicator.
Roy your post has me real confused. What does multiplying the baro pressure by 2.036 or just 2 do?
I'm not gonna shoot here. I'm gonna shoot waaaaaaaay over there!