I have scrounged up 2 more Swiss military surplus Wild Rangefinders. I already have one but I found two more and bought them just to pass along as they have become increasingly hard to find. Every now and then they pop up but the Swiss Army only made so many so I snatched these to pass along to ELR shooters. These things would cost about $5000 to produce today and the optics are of incredible quality. I believe they are made to estimate range out to 20,000 yards and are a co-incidence optical device so they don't have the limitations that lasers do and cost about 1/10 as much. Very easy to use but somewhat bulky. They are a tube about 3" X 25" but for shooting at 1500 yards and up they are about the only thing available that doesn't cost several thousand dollars. I will sell them for $475 each plus shipping (should be about $30) if anyone is interested.