ACI vs Range finder

muleyman

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My question is what would be better to get/use, an ACI type device that attaches to the scope or a rangefinder with one built in during the readings. Then why for the pick. I know there is one but I guess I'm wondering how much of a POI difference one would see out to say 800 yards and given a normal "Out west" type mule deer terrain. Not sure as I've never used one and not sure how much of an angle it would take to make that difference in POI. I already have a range finder, but was thinking if a different type worked well, it would be one less thing to attach to a rifle then do the calculations prior to the shot. Thanks in advance for any assistance..........
 

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