Re: i this help the common LRF measure better
Get a Garmin GPS III plus (that's what I have), it will tell you the distance to withing 10 meters. I am pretty sure Garmin's other GPS's can do the same, I would go to REI or some other outdoor camping store and check them out.
I also have just bought a Leica 1200 LRF, it is awesome, I range a thick bush about 5 feet tall at 1150 yards I tried ranging people and the farthest I got was 500 yards, but I was easily ranging sage brush out to 750 yards. I am very happy with it as it covers my hunting range.
Between the GPS, LRF, and my mil-dot reticle I think I will be set in October. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
By the way Mil-Dot reticles are suprisingly accurate out to 1000 yards. I just bought a mildot scope and tried milling for the first time two weeks ago. I posted a 42 inch tall target in the middle of no where and went back to my rifle mil'd it several times and came up with 940 yards, then ranged it with my GPS and found it to be 930 yards, dialed in 940 yards on my custom BDC and BOOYAH!
[ 07-11-2002: Message edited by: sr90 ]