which one? or maybe something else
First, there is no maximum range listed for any LRF that translates into anything real out in the field. Most users, regardless of brand or model, target a larger, nearby object, when ranging on deer past 300 yards.Your choice of rangefinder really is as much a matter of other features you want, such as waterproofing, ballistic software, optical quality, scan/zip/rain modes and other features. In fact, Nikon no longer lists ranges on their LRFs because it is at best, misleading and useless information.
If you expect better performance than your older Bushnell, you will need to move up into a Nikon Monarch or Bushnell Elite class.
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