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I’m thinking about buying a used rangefinder what make and model would you get? What features should I look for in a rangefinder? I’m looking to spend from $125 to $200 thanks for any advice
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i own the leupold rx-II, it is great and better then the bushnell yardage pro that my father-in-law has
 

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if its for archery... I'd go with the NIKON ARCHERS CHOICE... handsdown the best for archery. Super Simple and picks up on anything. I have also ranged deer with it out to 188 yards
 

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i own the leupold rx-II, it is great and better then the bushnell yardage pro that my father-in-law has
:thumb: x2 The Leupold's are a bit more complicated than the rest and takes some getting used to, but if that suits your style then they're a great option. If nothing else though, I'd say the quality and clerity of the Leupold optics stand out. Just my .02
 

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Anything from Nikon...I have the New riflehunter with ID or Arc and its great...I've had the 600 and the 440 in the past that have been excellent also..Curious as to why alot of you are purchasing the Archers Choice instead of the rifle hunter? Seems more bang for your buck with the riflehunter..It ranges from 10-500 yds, whereas the archers choice is 5-99..
 

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Nikon 440 is my rangefinder of choice. Awesome optics..... Nikon products have always been very reliable, durable and seems the best for your money, IMO.
 
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