How far is your target? These new laser rangefinders will let you know. One mile is 1,760 yards; five of these units can range targets at least that far. Several can stretch MUCH farther.
Nikon Monarch 3000 Stabilized Laser Rangefinder. Whether ranging turkeys or big game, from the Midwest to Alaska, this incredibly small, lightweight unit (3.8×2.9×1.7 inches and 6.3 ounces) is feature-packed with Nikon’s award-winning optical image stabilization
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technology, crisp new red OLED display and amazing 3,000-yard fast-ranging capability. The crazy-cool optical stabilization system in the Monarch 3000 ($420) reduces viewfinder vibrations by approximately 80 percent, while simultaneously aligning the viewed image with the laser. Leupold RX-2800 Rangefinder. Long-range hunting and shooting continue to grow in popularity and Leupold has responded with a sweet new laser rangefinder that can reach out to 2,800 yards. A specialized laser in the RX-2800 ($650) is designed to range faster and more
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accurately than other monoculars, and more cool features abound. It offers 7x zoom so that you can see targets at a distance. Using Leupold’s proven True Ballistic Range technology, the unit will account for incline and decline, range to target, and ballistics data, as well as develop wind compensation solutions. Bushnell Elite 1-Mile ARC with CONX Technology. The Elite 1-Mile laser rangefinder ($820) takes the guesswork out of the shot, delivering instant readouts with custom holdover and wind-hold data for precise shot placement at a moment’s notice. The 1-mile rangefinder is
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Bluetooth compatible to interface with a custom smartphone app that allows the shooter to select or develop ballistic curves. There is also a CONX compatible Kestrel device that features environmental data collection. Ballistic data is displayed in MOA, inches, centimeters or MILs.Leica CRF Rangemaster 2700-B Rangefinder. New lasers are stretching the distance hunters can obtain readings from animals and targets. The Leica CRF Rangemaster 2700-B ($899) provides precise measurements out to 2,700 yards. It is amazingly small, with a lightweight, ergonomic design that fits easily in pocket or pack. A MicroSD card slot allows hunters to input custom ballistic data to work with the rangefinder’s built-in calculator.Vortex Ranger 1800 & 1300 Rangefinders. Vortex is offering precision shooters more in its Ranger line of rangefinders, which has been upgraded for 2018. The Ranger provides data for shooters to be on target for accurate bullet placement. An easy-to-read display and intuitive menu make the Ranger simple and effective to use for any type of hunting or shooting. Two new models range to 1,300 ($440) or 1,800 yards ($580), with helpful 6x magnification.Halo XLR1500. Lightweight, easy to use, and economical are the best ways to describe the Halo XLR1500 ($250), designed for long-distance hunters and shooters. The XLR1500 reaches 1,500 yards, accurate to one yard. The unit detects and compensates for elevation changes, providing a reading for true ballistic distance. The 6x magnification makes it easy to find long-range targets while the display shows the reticle, battery status, mode setting, numerical display and unit of measure.