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View Poll Results: Which electronics do you use?
Rangefinder 1,965 88.55%
GPS 1,498 67.51%
"In the field" ballistics program 751 33.84%
Chronograph 1,334 60.12%
Trail camera 798 35.96%
Weather station or wind meter 902 40.65%
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    Re: Which electronics do you use

    Vectronix PLRF10 Rangefinder

    Dell Axim X50V PDA with the Nightforce ( Exbal) Ballistics program

    Kestrel 2500 NV weather station

    Garmin 300 Oregon GPS with the Montana maps program from the LRH Gear Shop.


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    Re: Which electronics do you use

    Leica 1200 LRF

    Kestrel 2500 NV

    Dell Axium PDA... NF

    I just recently shot and killed the lying Beta Chrony so I left it unchecked


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    Re: Which electronics do you use

    Swarovski RF
    Exbal
    Chrony-Master
    Kestrel 3500NV
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    Re: Which electronics do you use

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    I just recently shot and killed the lying Beta Chrony so I left it unchecked


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    That was probably a bullet well spent...
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    Re: Which electronics do you use

    Swarovski LG Range finder

    (Have around more than 5 ballistic programs) My most trusted: Load Base 3.0

    Brunton ADC Pro. (Even measures water speed)

    CED M2 Chronograph

    Garmin GPSmap 60CSx.
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    Re: Which electronics do you use

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    That was probably a bullet well spent...
    Yes sir it was a bullet well spent but I hated to waste a Federal Gold Medal 215 primer they are still too hard to find

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