Friday, November 27th, 2015 at 11:02 pm
Well, what do you know, it’s Holiday Season again. Never mind that stores have been advertising “Black Friday” deals for a couple months now. But it’s sorta/kinda officially here for real. So you know what that means – it’s Upgrade Season!
Yep, this is the perfect time to upgrade all of your gear and get used to your new rangefinder. Take it out under real conditions, get used to how it works, practice estimating distances, use it at the range. See what it’s like under real conditions.
In other words, practice now so you’ll be ready later. And if you want, you can always use it in that funny game with the little white balls and crooked sticks!
And with great deals like the Nikon RifleHunter 550, on sale now at Amazon.com, there’s no reason to wait at all – upgrade today!
Or check out the entire line of rangefinders at Amazon.com, the best place for the best rangefinders. You can do all your Christmas shopping as well!! Happy holidays.
The Season Is Upon Us: It’s Time To Upgrade Your Gear!2015-11-26 11:43:56Well, what do you know, it’s Holiday Season again. Never mind that stores have been advertising “Black Friday” deals for a couple months now. But it’s…
Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 at 9:36 pm
An archery/bow hunting range finder is all some people need
Obviously, no one is taking 200 yard shots with even the most powerful crossbow, so long range capability isn’t a concern while bow hunting. Now it may be a big concern to the bow hunter who also uses a rifle (or even just plays golf, but that’s another topic). But just focusing on the act of bowhunting, the typical 100 yard range limit of most dedicated bow hunting range finders would be fine.
Also, in many states, hunters are restricted to using shotgun slugs for deer and other game. Ohio is one such example. Even with modern rifle-barrel shotguns and sabot slugs, it’s exceedingly rare to take a shot over 100 yards. If your hunting territory is filled with dense cover and not many fields or other open areas, then you may not have many shots over 100 yards even if you can use a rifle.
Do you really need a dedicated archery range finder?2011-04-13 15:23:57An archery/bow hunting range finder is all some people need
Obviously, no one is taking 200 yard shots with even the most powerful crossbow, so long …