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 Decent range finder?
Maryland_Shooter  [Team Member]
2/5/2008 8:17:14 AM EDT
I am shooting in a semi-rural area and have to be 150 yards from a dwelling, so I need to be accurate, but don't need the best of the best of the best.

Can anyone suggest a decent range finder at a reasonable price?

Thanks
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TonyF  [Moderator]
2/5/2008 12:51:35 PM EDT
Most of the economy brands will be fine at 150 yards. Where they fail is at the extreme limit of their range.
SHORTSTACK  [Member]
2/5/2008 3:42:53 PM EDT
bushnell sport 450. its $150.00
Maryland_Shooter  [Team Member]
2/5/2008 6:04:03 PM EDT
Thanks - bought a Bushnell Yardage Pro 500 from JaxShooter.
buckfever34  [Team Member]
2/7/2008 10:31:54 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Maryland_Shooter:
Thanks - bought a Bushnell Yardage Pro 500 from JaxShooter.


I have one of the old Yardage Pros and it has performed fairly well for me.
Maryland_Shooter  [Team Member]
2/8/2008 3:55:26 AM EDT
Cool - thanks. I am buying it because I was shooting at a residence and was told I was too close (less than the required 150 yards), but once I have the item in hand,I will know for sure.
ArmdCtzn  [Team Member]
6/5/2008 8:45:54 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Maryland_Shooter:
Cool - thanks. I am buying it because I was shooting at a residence and was told I was too close (less than the required 150 yards), but once I have the item in hand,I will know for sure.


Dang, if you're shooting AT a residence I would think they'd have bigger concerns than exactly how far away you are! Like finding some cover maybe.
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