Redfield® Raider™ 550 Rangefinder
- Digital unit uses a precision laser for quick distance computation to 550 yards
- Accurate within one yard
- Simple one-button operation
- Press the ranging button once for a single reading to your target
- Press and hold for continuous updates on a moving target
- One-Touch Scan Mode
- Fully multicoated lenses for clear, sharp imaging
- Measures just 3.7" long
- Weighs only 5 oz.
- Includes CR-2 battery and belt case
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by pepsiblue240 Nice Product Nice rangefinder, small, light, easy to carry with you. Great tool for estimating distance in the field. Only wish it would read out another 200 yards. Still a good buy. November 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Huntwad Great buy Great price, compact and easy to use. Like the fact that you can focus the viewer. September 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ax4Jimbo Nice Product This was my first range finder and it's accuracy was dot on. Was only able to range out to 440 yards. Purchased it for archery and found not having an angle compensation feature caused to much guessing on my part. Returned it and purchased a Nikon Archer's Choice. As mentioned in other reviews, the battery compartment cover can be tricky, just align the dots and you do fine. I would recommend this to anyone hunting from a ground position. August 21, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by urbanhunter36 It's like a .38 Special For anybody looking to buy a small, but powerfull, yet reasonable priced rangfinder.... Well this one is it. I bought this for my first year bow hunting and i have high hope's with the redfield Raider. In short I like the 6x power / the small and feather weight body / works great in low light / but still have not reach a range of 430 on deer size targets, but like i said; Its for bow hunting and my comfort level is 60 yards max. When i take my photo with my deer or bear i will be sure to add my rangefinder in the mix. August 8, 2012
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Details:use mainly for golf will it perform for this
Details:I hunt a lot from pop up or tent blinds with the shoot through mesh. I know some rangefinders will not range effectively through this type of material, does anyone know if the Redfield will "shoot" through mesh??
A:no wasn't good. was 3-5 yards off
A:I dont know through mess, not so good through windows.
A:no, if its too dark to read its too dark to shoot.
A:Yes it is hard to see you have to strain your eyes alittle to see it
A:The read out has a large number display. Tried this unit out in low light (dusk) and was able to see the numbers. I also tried it on a full moon night and as long as you have a light colored back ground to contrast with the black number display ( I used a white door) it can be read even at night with a full moon.
A:i found the readout to be hard to read in any light
A:This rangefinder does not have the arc or angle intelligence technology. It only displays the horizontal distance.
A:It isn't meant to do angles but I hunt from a tree stand and I Practiced from my tree stand using this rangefinder and it is pretty accurate
A:I find this unit to be +/- 1 yard accurate. I started by measuring out a 150 yard distance at 50 yard increments with a rolling measuring tape. Then compared the two and the range finder was exactly on approximately 85% of the time. Otherwise is was +/- 1 yard. It will be accurate out to 550 on a very reflective target like a tin barn. I actually got mine to read 575 on a tin barn.
A:not waterproof and is accurate up to 400 yds on something like a deer 550 yds on a reflective target
A:I don't know about 550 yds. but I spotted a deer at 450 yds the other day. If waterproof, I'd say yes.
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