Bushnell GForce 1300 ARC Rangefinder Video Interview from SHOT Show!

Jan 31, 2012 • News, Videos1 Comment

Bushnell makes some of the best laser rangefinders in the world.  Their gear is used by hunters all over the world because it is accurate, reliable and affordable.  In our third Bushnell SHOT Show Video Steve and Bushnell’s Jordan Vermillion discuss one of their newest hunting tools, the Bushnell GForce 1300 ARC Rangefinder.

Steve is already a huge fan of the Bushnell Scout 1000 Rangefinder because of it’s amazing balance of performance and price.  Well, Bushnell has upped their game for SHOT Show 2012 with the GForce 1300.  It is a compact rangefinder, and from the video you can see how small and easy carry it is.  The Bushnell GForce 1300 has angle range compensation, modes for rifles and bows, and in the rifle mode it’ll also give you bullet drop compensation and holdover data.  That’s huge for a lot of hunters, as the whole point of a rangefinder is to determine how much bullet drop you’ll need to compensate for.

The Vivid Display Technology is another nice feature added to the GForce 1300.  At the touch of a button you’ll be able to see the display in a variety of different lighting situations.  At 6x magnification this quality display and the great glass are going to make a big difference.

The Bushnell SHOT Show display this year really impressed us, and the Bushnell GForce 1300 will undoubtedly be a great addition to the already stellar line of Bushnell Rangefinders at OpticsPlanet!

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