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Enjoyed the article very much. I purchased a used Geovid a few years ago and couldn't be happier with it. The optics are great and the range finder is flawless. Wouldn't want to take it sheep hunting as it is a bit big but on my varminting bench it is always there.
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Has anyone used/tried the Leupold RX4 ranging binoculars? The price is attractive, but are they a good buy?
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Hey gang, I just wanted to give a shout-out to this site for the awesome write-up and comparisons for range finders. I went with the swaro and I couldn't be happier. I can point that thing at GRASS 800+ yards away and get an accurrate, repeatable range. AWESOME for prairie doggin and for long range shooting!
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I have had a few range finders but I couldn't use them in low light as I couldn't see squat out of them. I then purchased the Leica geovid 8X56 . These things are awesome and you can see in very low light.They work very well out to about 1300 yards or so. I will never sell these. If you can swing it I would highly recommend them.They also double as an awesome pair of binos, not quite as good as my swarovski 8X56 SLC but very close.I never carry my swarovski's in the feild anymore.
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I'm looking to buy a laser rangefinder before too long and am interested in the Leupold RX-1000 TBR. Has any body used or bought one of these yet, how does it compare to others. I've not seen any reviews on it other than the ads that Leupold puts out.
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I HAVE GONE ROUND AND ROUND WITH RANGE FINDERS FROM THE RANGING SPLIT IMMAGE TO THE GIANT MILITARY RANGE FINDER TO BUSHNELL TO LEICA AND I WILL BE BURRIED WITH MY LEICA RANGE FINDER....CLEAR,LIGHT,ACCURATE AND YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR SO JUST
BUY THE BEST FIRST AND DONT WASTE GOOD MONEY BEING FRUGAL AS SECOND BEST IS NOTHING MORE THEN FIRST LAST PLACE...THINK!!!!!!!!!!