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Which range finder?
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I see fleet had Halo(xrt700) on sale. They are very affordable think it's time to get one. Any recommendations on good bad or ugly?????c63

Posted on: 9/10 5:36:57
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Re: Which range finder?
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101 views no ideas?

Posted on: 9/11 16:47:37
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Re: Which range finder?
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12/14/2014
From Duluth
Posts: 235
Read a few reviews and it kinda sounds like the same as my 10 year old bushnell,,,hard to read in low light,good to about 300 yards consistently. Depending on ones expectations,better than nothing or trying to guess if that elk is 3 or 400 yards away. But inexpensive to sit in the “gear” cabinet as has most of the time. Good luck

Posted on: 9/11 19:29:31
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Re: Which range finder?
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12/08/2011
From St. Cloud
Posts: 361
Sig Kilo2000
Fast and accurate. Not as "affordable" but worth it. If you don't need to range up to and over 1000yds, maybe the Kilo800.

Posted on: 9/12 15:00:22
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