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angle compensation

  1. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Alright guys, do you feel that ARC or angle compensation is necessary on a range finder for stand hunting? I have used an old Bushnell for 12 years now and have not to my knowledge missed a shot due to not having it. However I've taken some dang near vertical shots during3D where it might have...
  2. Optics and Electronics
    Model 202204, 800yd, with ARC, used for a couple seasons, works fine, fresh battery, good shape other than some dirt / dust specs on inside. You can see them when you look through it but has not affected performance. Only reason selling is got a good deal on the new Vortex and don't need 2...
  3. Optics and Electronics
    NIB Nikon archer's choice laser rangefinder, with angle compensation, waterproof and quickly and accurately ranges to 100 yds. TYD $150.00 in lower 48. Thanks Jeff
  4. General Archery Discussion
    I implemented into www.rcherz.com arrow flight analyses. 1. Shooting angle - effective distance calculation 2. Time of arrow flight 3. Sensitivity of distance judgement error - e.g. if I set on sight distance 50m, but shooting from 51m, this parameter shows how big error it means on target (See...
  5. General Archery Discussion
    Hello All... It's often debated whether "Angle Compensation" rangefinders are effective and worth the money. Having hunted in many different environments, I can say that although they may not be as useful when shooting shorter distances in cramped forests, when hunting out West with longer...
  6. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Looking to get a new range finder, I had an old bushnell that I was happy with, but it was a few years old and technology sure has changed over the years. Just wanted to get yall's opinion on any of the new one. I know the newer ones have the "arc" technology etc... does this really work or is...
  7. Optics and Electronics
    This is a new, in the box, Opti-Logic 400 XTA (AA) Tilt Compensated Range Finder with InSight. Opti-Logic is the first rangefinder to give you both straight line distance to a target and tilt compensated distance for shooters; taking into account the uphill or downhill angle of the shot. This...
  8. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Disclaimer: I know this doesn't apply to everyone. I'm posting this information for those that are in the same boat as me. Information: I live in MD, not far from Baltimore. There are very few hills/mountains in this area. Therefore, most of the areas I hunt are flat. The calculations...
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