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 5 out of 5 by BarneyB Great Product This is the first range finder that I've ever used and it's a great product. I looked at other reviews of this product. One review stated that it didn't work real good in low light conditions. The first weekend that I used it for checking out distances, an elk came into a clearing at dusk. I could barely see the elk due to the low light conditions; however, the range finder brought up the distance almost instantly at over 300 yards. It's everything that I want in a range finder! August 16, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by yotes3265 Good for the money Works great, really like it. Make life easier on a spot an stalk hunt June 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by johnnyslavic excellent value I haven't used this to hunt yet, but so far I am very happy. I live in Saskatchewan and we are not close to a Bass Pro Shop, but I tried out many different range finders at a competitor in Saskatoon. I was very impressed with this range finder at that time. I saw the price on Bass Pro and it simply could not be beat. It is easy to use and accurate. It even came with a battery and the owners manual says that the battery is good for 2000 uses so we will see. Another little know fact is that Redfield is part of the Leupold company. June 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishing79 Just got it so haven't used for hunting yet. It seems to be with in a yard. Have been using it for my bow shooting range. Can't wait to use it in the field or see how well it work while I'm in the trees. I'm excited for it. May 26, 2011
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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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