Range finder

Discussion in 'Crossbow Forum' started by brasskeeper, Oct 2, 2016.

  1. brasskeeper

    brasskeeper 6 pointer

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    This might not be the right forum but i'm interested in rangefinders and any info good ones and what to stay away from. I want to use it for Turkey and deer hunting with a crossbow
     
  2. ancienthunter

    ancienthunter 6 pointer

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    I have a Bushnell Bowhunter the works well for bow hunting and turkey hunting, wouldn't recommend it for long range shooting. Also have a Bushnell Truth works okay but doesn't pickup black targets so not good for turkeys. Both of these are not very expensive. Nikon and leupold are probably better but more expensive. JMO
     
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  3. RackedUP

    RackedUP 8 pointer

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    Following. I'm considering upgrading from my old bushnell and would love to hear everyone's opinions as well.
     
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  4. Teach Deer

    Teach Deer 6 pointer

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    I am also following...and also considering an upgrade...

    I have an "inexpensive" Simmons rangefinder...unfortunately, it is so inconsistent that I really do not trust it...
    That to me is the most important thing...I really want to range the target, adjust my sights for that range (or select the compensating dot), and shoot with total confidence...
     
  5. hoene

    hoene Fawn

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  6. hoene

    hoene Fawn

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    I have a bushnell and love it . The only one I would not buy is the wild game inovations
     
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  7. Capttrae

    Capttrae 12 pointer

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    I've got the Halo rangefinders, not a big fan of WGI products but at the time I needed one and that was all uncle lee's had so that's what I got. It's done fine so far.
     

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