I’m in the market for a range finder in the $100 price range. I don’t hunt so this will just be for sighting in rifles. I have zero experience with them so feel free to point me in the right direction. Thanks!
Ive been using this one for a year or so for my weekly range trips.
No complaints. If it died Id buy another one.
Think it does 700 on reflective targets, but Ive done it on hillside rocks out to 450+ yards.
Well, it tells me how far away things are so I think I'm happy.
Seriously though, as far as initial quality I'm very happy. It came with a nice case. Simple instructions. It has a rubberized exterior. It's straight forward/easy to use. I've ranged out to 150 yards with it and it's clear, 6x zoom.
All in all I'm very happy with it.
Cons: It takes some odd ball 3V battery. Not a CR123 either. It comes with one which is nice, but I'm not excited that now I've gotta find and buy spares of a different battery. All in all not a big deal though.
Picked up a vortex ranger 1000.. Buy once cry once but lifetime warranty and it feels solid and display is rasy to read in any light conditions. No issues out to 700 but havent tried it to 1000 yet. Does yards and meters if that matters with angle compensation and los.