this is one FS on the board here Lieca LRF800
Have never used one in the field, but at the store the glass looked a little better than the Bushnell YP1000 of mine. I don't glass through mine, I have a good set of Lieca 10x42 bino's for that.
I have ranged to 1400+ yards with the YP1000 at dusk and dawn when the light is changing.
During the day it works out to 600yds very quickly. From 600 to 800 it takes a few more seconds, about 5 to 15. Over about 850 yards during the day is difficult if not over half the time impossible due to the light.
It is best to get there early and do the very long ranging at dawn or the previous evening when the conditions are incredibly good. Wright out a map of any possible shot location ahead of time and wright in the exact range from the location you'll be at.
My map basically has four ranges for each clearing. One for the left side , one for the right, nearest and farthest edges, maybe a referance point in the middle somewhere if it is very far accross.
The error is forever getting larger at that range and beyond and the need for accurate ranging is getting more crucial than ever so this method only works to a point where an error in estimation of range could put the bullet too high or low depending on how flat the bullet flies.
Darryls Russian LRF is the only way to go for those serious about making the most of this, it has to be on the near future equip. list or your pissin in the wind past 1500yds, some would say even 1000 too.
Just some things to consider........Brent