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BBean70

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It's time to replace my Leupold RX-II rangefinder. It still works and have no issues with it. I just need (or should I say want) to upgrade them as I will be using them for an elk hunt this year and want something that ranges further than these do. I don't want to spend $1200 but probably willing to go maybe $5-700 for a new one. Please give me your preferences based on experiences you have had with yours and tell me what makes them better than any other brand out there.
 
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I've had the Sig 2000 and 2400ABS. Both quit ranging at some time and had to go back to Sig who did replace them free I might add. Neither would work in extremely cold weather. I ended up with a ranging binocular w/ ballistics to hunt with but still wanted a basic range finder for knocking around in the shooting bag. I went with a Vortex HD 4000 mostly for the lifetime warranty and under $500. It hasn't missed a beat and ranges everything I've pointed it at. But, for the glass and IF they had a better warranty, I might would have chosen the Leica. All their range finders get great reviews.
 

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