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Post by Steven_L on Wed Apr 11, 2007 3:46 pm

Any rangefinder will work for golf. Golf rangefinders will seek the first target and ignore backgrounds, and hunting rangefinders often the opposite. You can choose target priority on some. My hunting rangefinder works fine on the links. If a finder can't read the flag, bounce it off a bunker or a person on the green or something close. More magnification is harder to hold steady, but all work the same in their basic modes. Read this: http://www.opticsplanet.com/info/htb-rangefinder.shtml

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Post by tipc2 on Wed Apr 11, 2007 3:32 pm

What rangefinders are comparable to the Pinseeker line?
Explain the funtional use/benifits of different magnifications
in rangefinders. Which rangefinders are easiest to use and why.

Thanks for help.

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