Re: rangefinders beyond 1500yards
I agree with Broz, IMO If you are serious about shooting past 1500 yards and are going to be doing it often go with the Terrapin. I have a Swaro and its OK out to 1500 yards on large targets. But If you are going to be ranging smaller objects at that distance accurately for the possibility of first round hits, not have to wait for low light conditions, and ranging in areas that are semi flat nothing can compare. Now this isn't the most economical and you may not not need a range finder that fills this criteria if you are mostly target shooting and don't mind dialing in then its not a problem. All the range finders mentioned work great out to their effective range, but if your like me if like me target shooting if I shoot 1500 I have to try 2000 and then keeping going till I run out of elevation and mil dots. Look at a 10 yard error at a mile, it will result in a miss on a 1 moa target, not counting wind, shooter, or E.S. error. Its just what will work best for you and what your satisfied with.
Does any know what the error is on the terrapin past 2400 yards.
" Long distance shooting is an art, often meaning something you have mastered through innate aptitude or long range practice versus a simple application of science" .................Jeff Hoffman