Re: 2000 yard rangefinder review
My Leica 1200 was used yesterday in bright sunlight and ranged pine trees at 1220 yds, handheld. I had purchased a Newcon 1500 that wouldn't get a range at 550 to a pine tree in daylight when overcast. I sent it back an got the Leica. I actually ranged a crow at 650 with this thing and I'd say that's as good as it gets with a class 1 laser. I sold my bushnell 1000 about a year ago because it simply wouldn't range in real world conditions. Keep an eye, I'll give a review on the Canon Image stabilizer binoculars sometime after thursday when my new set arrives.
If you have something that you disassemble and reassemble enough times, sooner or later, you'll have two!