I am looking to get a new rangefinder. I am going to be using it mostly for bow hunting and a couple times gun hunting. Is it worth geting the angle compensation feature?
For Christmas I got a Leupold RX II True Ballistic Range system. I'm glad I spent the extra money, a freind of mine spent about 50 bucks less for a different brand with out this feature and kicks himself every time we shoot together.
One more thing I like about the Leupold RX II is it has 3 different modes for bow hunting. A is for recurve or long bows, or slower speed bows, B is mid range speed, and C is for todays fast bows. To find out which mode to use for your bow simply shoot at a 40 yard target and use your 20 yard pin the difference in arrow drop vs. dead center. This measurement then is used with the chart in the owners guide. Its a bit fancy for me but neet.
well I want to also get a range finder. would you guys just get a range finder for bow hunting or would you get the combo range finder for bows and guns. I like a lot of you want to just have to buy one and get to use it for a long time espically with the way the economy is going. any thoughts out there.
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