Help with rangefinder

Discussion in 'Backpacking Gear & Clothing' started by hunterslife72, Dec 14, 2017.

  1. hunterslife72

    hunterslife72 Well-Known Member

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    was looking at the Sportman's Guide catalog.They have a Wildgame Innovations Halo 600 yard laser rangefinder.It's water and fogproof and has a scan mode for multiple targets.Clear LCD readout and 6x magnification.It sells for $99.97.
    I need a rangefinder for bow hunting mostly.I have an older bow that is very accurate but it's not a fast bow.When the deer are out to 30 to 40 yds I start to have trouble guessing the correct range.I hunt quite a few different area's.Clear cut to heavy brush,flat land to very hilly.
    If this rangefinder could do that for me,I would be happy.I don't have alot of money and it would save me 100 dollars.Thanks for any opinions.
    Would I be twice as happy spending twice as much,buying a Nikon Prostaff 550?
     
  2. PBramble

    PBramble Well-Known Member

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    Buy the Nikon, you'll be much happier you spent a little more and got a better product.