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Post by Jne_K on Fri Mar 30, 2007 7:22 am


There is really no best or a model designed specifically for small game. Just a matter of features you want. Remember, though, it is hard to range on very small targets, so most users target a nearby larger object, rather than the game itself.

If the distances expected are long, in excees of 200 yards, you should consider a high performance model such as a Nikon Monarch Laser 800 6x21 Range Finder 8356 - 800 yd, Waterproof, Rubber Armored or Bushnell Elite 1500 Laser Rangefinder 205100 7 x 26mm. If the expected ranges are shorter, you may do fine with a lower priced unit such as the Nikon 440 Laser Rangefinder 8x ProStaff Water resistant Green 8352 or Bushnell Yardage Pro Trophy Laser Rangefinder 202018 - Green.

Rangefinedr for the small game hunting

Post by etf3 on Fri Mar 30, 2007 7:20 am

What rangefinder is the best for small game hunting?