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Swaro or Vectronix

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Unread 12-22-2011, 05:36 PM
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Swaro or Vectronix

I would like to know how much better the Vectronix terripin is over the Swarovski . I have a swaro and it ranges fine on some things but needs to be re- designed, No1 can't see numbers in sunlight and No.2 beam is way to large and wants to range past what you want. Is the Vectronix that much better. I would pay the $2000.00 for something better .

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    Unread 12-22-2011, 05:50 PM
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    Re: Swaro or Vectronix

    Yes!
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    Re: Swaro or Vectronix

    1eye, the verticle beam divergence on the Sworo is 4 times the size of the Terripin. The verticle divergence is the killer when ranging game on flat or rolling terrain. Is it worth the 2000.00 ? All I can tell you is that I bought one and I wouldnt want to be without it.
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    Re: Swaro or Vectronix

    YES, the Vectronix RF's are in a different league and price catagory. I have a Vectronix PLRF10 but if something happened to it tmorrow I would be cleaning out the safe to buy a Terripin.

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    Re: Swaro or Vectronix

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    1eye, the verticle beam divergence on the Sworo is 4 times the size of the Terripin. The verticle divergence is the killer when ranging game on flat or rolling terrain. Is it worth the 2000.00 ? All I can tell you is that I bought one and I wouldnt want to be without it.
    Will it range in the fog ?
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    Re: Swaro or Vectronix

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    YES, the Vectronix RF's are in a different league and price catagory. I have a Vectronix PLRF10 but if something happened to it tmorrow I would be cleaning out the safe to buy a Terripin.

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    Have you every used in light fog ? Anybody the Terripin thanks Joe
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    Re: Swaro or Vectronix

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    Have you every used in light fog ? Anybody the Terripin thanks Joe
    Read this thread. I think you will get your answer aroung post 20 or so.

    Vectronics Terripin very Goodacious



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