Rangefinders

Tarfur

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Hello to you all.

I asked this question on another board with out any luck. So I´m going to see if you can help me with this one.

Have any of you heard of rangefinders from Osprey International? The one I´m thinking of is called EMC4 with a measurement range up to 1600 meters.

Generation 1
Magnification 7x
Deg 8
Power Source 9v Alkaline or Lithium
Dimentions 120 x 122 x 60 mm
Weight 18 oz

Please tell me if you know anything about this and if you think they are good enough for the price.

Greetings from Iceland
 

700

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Tarfur

Greeting from next door in Ireland.

I do not own a laser rangefinder but one is on my list.

While you are waiting for a more informed reply, perhaps my post will be of interest to you.

From the posts I have read on this site, the Lecia laser rangefinders seem to be the way to go interms of quality of build and ease of use.

I have not been able to track down information on the Osprey models so I cannot tell you anything about them.

The Lecias do not go to 1600M, I think 1200M max,but if you want to go that far, perhaps you should follow this link:-

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/ctd/product.asp?dept%5Fid=1805&sku=SCP%2D091&imgid=&mscssid=Q313FQ6SDS2M8HSMQSL4MX7PNRPX12U5


Kindest regards

700
 

Dave King

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Haven't heard of them up to this point.

Here's a link to their site, maybe someone will recognize the device and if possible the OEM for this laser rangefinder.
http://miniosprey.com/Catalog/Range-Finder/index.htm

EMC4.jpg
 

Dave King

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They do look a bit alike, here's the Newcom 1500.

Maybe one has the image inverted so we see a left and right version??

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[ 04-26-2004: Message edited by: Dave King ]
 

Pete Lincoln

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Hi Guys, Leica are introducing a rangfinder this summer that is incorporated into thier 8x42 and 10x42 binoc's, i think it will go to 1400m or so.. this is the one to have IMHO.
Pete
 

Tarfur

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Hey 700! I really like this Swizz Rangefinder
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Maybe a bit to much of a thing to take out when hunting caribous.

I will maybe by me self a Leica but my local dealer was offering me the Osprey very cheap. But it scares me a little that no one has ever heard of the osprey.

Thanks for the post
 

Troy

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Keep us posted Brent. I am very interested in the Leicas as well. I may just have to sell my Swaros to buy a Leica rangefinder/bino.
 

Dimitrios

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1500 to 1800$$ new.
I was fiddling around with a used unit called XLR ( is expensive brand new 2300$$) i was able to range a 4inchx4inch and 8 feet high piece of wood at 1180 yards consistently.The unit has a max of 2200m
and weights 2 pounds
 

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