Originally Posted by Broz
Also, I will add you should read and study the size and the effects of a rangefinders "Beam Divergence" before you buy. Don't go into this blind. That is a very important subject.
Jeff is right on the money here. Nothing more frustrating than trying to range down through a slot in the timber and have the range finder bounce off stuff half way to the target. Pick a rangefinder that fits your style of hunting.
In my world the smaller the "Beam Divergence" the better within my budget.