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Nikon RifleHunter 550 Hunting Laser Rangefinder w/ ID Technology has been discontinued by Nikon and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below.

Nikon RifleHunter 550 Hunting Laser Rangefinder w/ ID Technology Product Info

Nikon RifleHunter 550 Laser Rangefinders give hunters the confidence to make long-range shots - especially in difficult situations such as shooting up a mountainside orimage down into a canyon. The Nikon 550 Laser Range Finder combines Nikon 's trademark speed, accuracy and simplicity with Tru-Target technology. Nikon's advanced ID Technology compensates for various incline or decline shooting angles providing the estimated distance that the bullet will actually travel. The hunter simply aims the rangefinder, pushes the button and plans the shot according to the displayed distance. The Nikon Rifle Hunter 550 displays distances in 1/5-yard increments under 100 yards when in ID mode and 1/2-yard increments under 100 yards in standard mode, beyond that the Nikon 550 Range Finder displays in one-yard increments. When you're on the hunt, it's critical to get the first shot off quick, clean, and easy. This Nikon Laser Rangefinder provides the information you need to get the job done, clean and efficiently.

Specifications for Nikon RifleHunter 550 Laser Rangefinder:

Magnification: 6x
Measurement Range (yds): 11-550
Objective Diameter (mm): 21
Exit Pupil (mm): 3.5
Increment Reading (yds): 0.5 / 1
Increment Reading in ID mode (yds): 0.2 / 1
Viewfinder Display: m/YD
Angular Filed of View (Real):
Angular Field of View (Apparent): 34.9°
Diopter Adjustment: +/- 4
Eye Relief (mm): 18
Power Source: 1 CR2 Lithium Ion Battery
Size (LxHxW): 5.1" x 2.7" x 1.5"
Weight (oz): 6.3 w/o Batteries

Features of Nikon Rifle Hunter 550 Laser Range-Finder:

  • Quickly and Accurately Ranges to 550 Yards
  • Bright, Multi-Coated Optics
  • I/D Technology - compensates for incline and decline shots
  • Incredible 89 Degree angular range - virtually straight up or straight down
  • Reads in 1/5 yard increments in ID mode
  • Slim, Designed For One-Hand Operation
  • Waterproof & Fogproof

Package Contents:

  • Nikon Rifle-Hunter 550 Laser Rangefinder

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Nikon RifleHunter 550 Hunting Laser Rangefinder w/ ID Technology Unorderable Models

Nikon RifleHunter 550 Laser Rangefinder, Brown 8367, MPN: 8367, UPC: 018208083671, Code: NI-RF-RifleHunter550-8367
Nikon RifleHunter 550 Laser Rangefinder, Brown 8367 w/ Nikon Retractable Rangefinder Tether, Black 8172, Code: NI-RF-RifleHunter550-8367-KIT
Nikon RifleHunter 550 Laser Rangefinder, MAX-1 Camouflage 8368, MPN: 8368, UPC: 018208083688, Code: NI-RF-RifleHunter550-8368

Nikon RifleHunter 550 Hunting Laser Rangefinder w/ ID Technology Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review All round hunters Range Finder by Legacy Reviewer, August 29, 2012
I use this rangefinder for archery as well as rifle hunting. I love the angle compensator in archery. It takes the guess work out of tree stand shots. I used it on a recent trip to South Africa and was able to range my zebra at 178 yards in a flash...
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Most Recent Review Fast and Simple by Legacy Reviewer, April 27, 2013
Just bring it up to your eye, push the button and you instantly have the information you need to make the shot. Simple, quick and durable. What more could you ask for? Pros: Quick sight picture acquisition Cons: Display looks a bit dated
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Most Recent Review Great buy! by Legacy Reviewer, March 4, 2013
Only used once since buying but worked great! Pros: Easy to use. Very accurate. Cons: None
Most Recent Review Great product by Legacy Reviewer, March 3, 2013
I bought this as a gift, and he loves it. He took it right out the box and was able to use it with no difficulties. Easy to use and very accuracte.
Most Recent Review Very durable! by Legacy Reviewer, February 3, 2013
During gun season I would care my range finder to the stand with me. However one day I accidentally lost it on a friends property. 2 months later my friends dad recovered it for me it sti worked. Even after being out in the rain, snow, and negative t...
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