Most bowhunters know laser rangefinders can be critical to in-the-field accuracy. But this new Leupold bowhunting rangefinder takes things to a whole new level. The reason? It makes use of your bow’s precise specs, including velocity, peep height, and arrow weight. Once you enter that info this amazing rangefinder will instantly calculate for the angle of your shot. In milliseconds, it delivers accurate ranges based on your specific gear.
Built for the bowhunter and the competitive archer, the new RX-FullDraw 5 uses your bow’s velocity, peep height, your arrow weight, and the angles of your shots, and calculates laser-accurate ranges based on your specific gear.
This technology isn’t new; rifle hunters have been benefitting from it for a while. But Leupold has brought this amazing technology to bowhunters, and the benefits are many. Not only do you get half-yard accuracy out to 125 yards. But in addition, the RX-FullDraw 5 lets you know if an object will interfere with your arrow’s flight path. For bowhunters, those benefits are huge.
The talented engineers at Leupold have even thought to allow traditional bowhunters access to this cool technology. That’s because the built-in ballistics calculator will work, on the lower range, with bows capable of just 170 fps. And it will also handle the fastest compound bows, by covering performance all the way up to 550 fps.
Team HuntStand’s take on this exciting new technology? Any way you slice it, Leupold’s new bowhunting rangefinder appears to be a serious bowhunting game-changer.