Collection: Rangefinders

Laser rangefinders are commonly used in shooting sports to measure the distance to a target. This information can be useful for determining the necessary adjustments to make to the sights on a firearm in order to accurately hit the target. Laser rangefinders can also be useful for selecting the appropriate ammunition for a particular shot, as the bullet's trajectory is affected by the distance to the target.

In addition to shooting sports, laser rangefinders are also used in a variety of other applications, including surveying, forestry, and golf. They are typically small, portable devices that use a laser beam to measure the distance to an object or surface. The rangefinder sends out a laser pulse and measures the time it takes for the pulse to bounce back after it hits the target. From this time, the rangefinder can calculate the distance to the target. Laser rangefinders are typically more accurate than other types of rangefinders, such as those that use sonar or infrared technology.

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  • Sig Sauer 5270-1296 Binoculars, Black, One Size
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  • Vortex Optics Fury HD 5000 10x42 Laser Rangefinding Binoculars
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  • Sig Sauer SOK10602 Kilo1000BDX Laser Range Finding Monocular
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  • Sig Sauer KILO10K-ABS HD 10x42 mm Laser Rangefinding Binocular with BDX 2.0, FDE, SOK10K11
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  • Sig Sauer Kilo 3000BDX Binocular Laser RANGEFINDER
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  • Nikon LASERFORCE RANGEFINDER Binocular
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  • Leupold RX-1500i TBR/W Rangefinder, Black LCD Display
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  • Gunwerks G7 BR2 Ballistic Rangefinder E1011
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  • LEICA Geovid 3200.COM 8x42 Robust Waterproof Nitrogen-Filled Rangefinding Binocular for Hunting
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  • LEICA Rangemaster CRF 3500.COM Compact Laser Rangefinder
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