Deer hunters want precision equipment that will last for years, and Bushnell’s latest laser range finder may find a home in many hunting packs this season.
The G-Force DX combines a host of top features in a durable, tough package. Check out the specifics in the press release below from Bushnell:
Bushnell, an industry leader in high performance sports optics for 65 years and the undisputed leader in laser rangefinder technology, introduces the new G-Force DX laser range finder. Featuring a second generation E.S.P. (Extreme Speed Precision) processor, G-Force DX offers unprecedented distance acquisition.
Featuring six-power magnification and a 1,300-yard laser rangefinder, the new G-Force DX laser has a host of features that will appeal to a wide range of hunters and shooters. With ½ yard accuracy and 1/10 yard display precision from 5-125 yards and +/- one-yard accuracy beyond 125 yards, G-Force DX offers unmatched accuracy.
G-Force DX includes two patented Bushnell technologies: Vivid Display Technology (VDT™) and Angle Range Compensation (ARCTM). The redesigned VDT features four brightness levels and a 15 percent brighter display. ARC technology accounts for both uphill and downhill terrain angles when calculating the distance to the target, providing the user with precise shot angle information (from -90 to + 90 degrees) and true horizontal distance in bow mode or precise holdover data (MOA, Mils or inches) in rifle model.
Built from a machined metal housing and covered in durable rubber armor, the unit is fully waterproof and field-ready. Each lens is protected with the patented RainGuard HD technology, which provides a permanent barrier against moisture and a clear sight picture in inclement weather.
The G-Force 1300 ARC laser rangefinder has a built-in tripod mount and includes a neck strap, carrying case and CR23 battery.