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New Bushnell Elite 1600 ARC Laser Rangefinder is Packed with a Host of New Features

The new Bushnell Elite 1600 ARC Laser Rangefinder offers outstanding pinpoint precision, ruggedness and optical quality in a compact, easy-to-use device.

Burris B-1500 Laser Rangefinding 7x40 mm Binocular

The latest generation of laser rangefinders has changed all that by moving in with high-quality optics. The Burris B-1500 Laser Rangefinding 7x40 mm Binocular is part of a revolution that allows you to glass until you find the game, then simply press a button to have distance displayed in the lenses.

Bushnell Elite 1500

Digital technology has redefined so much of what we do and what we do it with, and rangefinders are no exception. The Elite 1500 is about 80 percent the size of my old YardagePro, yet it is 50 percent more effective in terms of its ranging capabilities.

Zeiss Rapid Z Reticle

The Rapid-Z Reticle is Zeiss's contribution to a range-finding riflescope that also allows shooters to compensate for trajectory and wind—and still fit in a conventional package. There are four basic Rapid-Z Reticles: 600, 800, 1000 and Varmint.

Zeiss 8x26 Victory T* PRF

The Zeiss 8x26 Victory T* PRF is a laser rangefinder that works out to 1,300 yards, and unlike some other rangefinders, actually delivers readings out to that range on targets of interest, like animals. The optics are high-quality, as is to be expected from one of the world's most respected optics manufacturers, but this unit offers some very helpful features beyond its glass.

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