Simmons LRF600 Rangefinder
For just over twice the money you can get a Bushnell Scout 1000, which is a much superior product with several times the performance. I have used it on several hunts including for varmints, and out of all my rangefinders it remains one of my favorites.
You can range off protruding dog mounds at much longer distances, especially if the sand is lighter colored and reflective.
The last time I went for prarie dogs and drove, I shot them with 22LR, 22 WMR, 218 Bee, 223, 22-250 (my favorite), 270 Weatherby with 90 grain Hornadys going about 4000 fps, 10 gauge BBB, and .54 round ball.
I hope wherever you go you have lots of dogs to shoot at, and maybe a badger or coyote or two.
Steve at OpticsPlanet
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