Leica Geovid

H

Hunter66654

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 8, 2003
Messages
170
Location
Orofino, ID
Has anyone gotten their hands on the new Leica Geovid combination binocular/rangefinder and if so what is your evaluation ?
 
M

MOA

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 10, 2001
Messages
92
Location
California
I don't think they're available for another month or so. I can't wait to hear about them as I am real tempted to buy a pair. I guess I can justify it fi I sell my Leica 1200 for $400 then they're only $1200
grin.gif
 
P

Pete Lincoln

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 17, 2004
Messages
658
Location
Germany
The Geovids are available already, they are very good, the only problem is that you cant swap from yards to meters as with the LRF 800/900/1200. you buy the meters version or the yards version and thats what you range in thereafter. anyway, ranging in meters makes more sence as does adjusting scopes in Miliradians ( = cm), than does fiddling about with fractions ,MOA, inches etc..
Pete
 
N

Nicholas

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 15, 2001
Messages
469
Available where? I have had a pair on backorder since the first of April
 
D

Donham

Active Member
Joined
Jan 31, 2003
Messages
41
Location
Terre Haute, Indiana
The Geovids are available already, they are very good, the only problem is that you cant swap from yards to meters as with the LRF 800/900/1200. you buy the meters version or the yards version and thats what you range in thereafter. anyway, ranging in meters makes more sence as does adjusting scopes in Miliradians ( = cm), than does fiddling about with fractions ,MOA, inches etc..
Pete


For some people, speaking Spanish and German makes more sense than English, what I mean, is us Americans like Feet and Yards and MPH etc etc, just because Europe likes it, does not mean we do..
I can understand what you say if your comming from aa country where Metric has been your way of life.. And I CAN underztand you needs... It is nice they offer a choice..
I'd rather have yards, but if someone gave me a meters one for free... it would be no big deal, I'd print bullet drop charts for meters and work with that..


scott
 
B

brian b

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 15, 2004
Messages
331
Location
utah
Donham,
I agree give me MOA, Pete Lincoln can have
his Miliradians(=cm).
B
 
P

Pete Lincoln

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 17, 2004
Messages
658
Location
Germany
Oh you blaspheming yanks !! so you don't like your mil dot reticles? your Military doesn't range ,shoot,map read, call in Artillery and Air support all in Meters?
come on move out of the stone age !!!
using a mildot reticle, ranging in meters and adjusting in .1 miliradians is so bloody easy. Hell you need to progress fellers. Pete
 
B

brian b

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 15, 2004
Messages
331
Location
utah
Pete,Pete,Pete,
Dont burst a blood vessel with this EURO
supremacy smack,here in America we try and
be tolerant of other people's opinoin's and
express our own, dont go into a vitriolic
tirade on how superior your way of doing
thing's is better than ours.But then I'm
just a blaspheming Yank not a Pompous EURO.
Slam a few Heineken's and come back tomorrow
with a better attitude.
B
 
P

Pete Lincoln

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 17, 2004
Messages
658
Location
Germany
no blood vessels bursting here mate, i was already in the pub supping heineken whilst you where still on the range fíguring your fractions.
I'm tellin ya, miliradians is easyerand farbetterto work with, nowt to do with the goddamn EU. i aint a EU fan any way, just tellin you, miliradians, meters and kilometers are a farsuperior way to range, measure and dope it, dial it dump it. Pete
 
E

ewallace

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 17, 2002
Messages
991
Location
mi
Who has them in stock I would like to have one
Crow Mag
 

Similar threads

J
Replies
12
Views
3K
andrew r
A
R
Replies
3
Views
1K
Mikecr
Mikecr
N
Replies
18
Views
4K
Brent
B
C
Replies
4
Views
658
couesaddict
C
G
Replies
6
Views
3K
gr8fuldoug
G
Top