by NRA Staff - Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Bushnell has introduced a revolutionary new archery laser range finder that allows hunters to see the trajectory of the arrow before it leaves the bow. The new Truth Laser Rangefinder with ClearShot Technology is designed to help bow hunters ensure every shot is a clear shot.
ClearShot provides a simple, instantaneous notification that determines if the hunter has the clearance necessary to take an unobstructed shot. Using an easy-to-follow three-step process, hunters can calibrate the rangefinder to correspond with the speed of the bow via the sight system.
Following calibration, when a target is ranged, a dot appears displaying the maximum height of the arrow’s travel. If the dot intersects with branches or other obstacles, the hunter knows the arrow won’t clear the obstruction. Conversely, an unobstructed dot indicates there is a clear path to the target, giving the hunter confidence to take an ethical shot.
Featuring the exclusive Angle Range Compensation (ARC) technology from Bushnell, the rangefinder accounts for terrain angles to provide the true “shoots-like” distance from 7-199 yards.
The Truth Laser Rangefinder with ClearShot Technology will be available in April 2014.
You can learn more about new rangefinder with the video embedded below.
For more information, go to Bushnell.com.
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