Leupold® RX®-Full Draw Digital Laser Rangefinder
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- Archery-only rangefinder
- Enhanced image brightness to 68% transmission with 5x magnification
- Trophy Scale™ allows you to easily judge the size of your quarry’s antlers
- Archery ballistics to 175 yards
- Line of sight ranging to 815 yards
- Multicoated lens system
- Fold-down rubber eyecups
- Accuracy range of 1/2 a yard at less than 125 yards
- Clicking fast-focus eyepiece
- DNA™ (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy)
- Includes belt case, carrying strap, CR2 battery, and rugged Cordura® nylon case
Leupold’s RX series of laser rangefinders set new standards of rangefinder performance and incorporate a wide variety of functions: multicoated lens system, fold-down rubber eyecups for a wider field of view for eyeglass wearers, accuracy range of 1/2 a yard at less than 125 yards, clicking fast-focus eyepiece, True Ballistic Range, and DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) for superior accuracy, speed, and resolution. Comes ready to use with a belt case, carrying strap, CR2 battery, and rugged Cordura nylon case.
The RX®-Full Draw is an archery-only rangefinder that enhances image brightness to 68% transmission with 5x magnification for a wider field of view. Trophy Scale™ allows you to easily judge the size of your quarry’s antlers. Archery ballistics to 175 yards, and line of sight ranging to 815 yards. Color: Black/Dark Earth. Dimensions: 4" x 2.75" x 1.5".
Manufacturer model #: 115268.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1
Rated 5 out of 5 by jmsdemay Excellent buy
After looking at many different range finders I decided to purchase the full draw. I didn't know how different the rx-800 was from the full draw other than price. Both pretty much both do the same thing but the full draw was cheaper. I figured I would use it bow hunting for the most part. When it arrived I decided to try it right away. I noticed the speed was very fast. I actually compared the results to a $4000 police LIDAR and the full draw matched exactly. I noticed many reviews stating the button made a loud noise when pressed in to activate. I tested it out today and noticed a deer at 25 yards will not hear the click. The only down fall was in the early mornings I was unable to read the readout and had to wait until the sun came up. The only changes I would suggest would be to be able to zoom and to have a illuminated readout.
September 30, 2013
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