Re: anybody fooled around with a wild rangefinder?
Thanks for the post. I am glad someone else has noticed this. Yes, I have corrected the instrument for my eyes and calibrated it with the supplied method. What is weird is that for 2000 yards(which is my next attempt) the distance meter is more forgiving and allows more space in-between the lines. I think it will be easier to tell if something is truly 2000 yards away than it is for 1500. By the way, what are the Russian laser rangefinders you mentioned and were can I get one?
If it's not far, it's boring.