Bushnell G-Force 1300 ARC Laser Rangefinder

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posted on July 10, 2012
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Built on a rubber armored full metal housing, the new Bushnell G-Force 1300 ARC Laser Rangefinder was made to take all you can dish out and is touted as the toughest rangefinder Bushnell has ever created.

Equipped with the popular and trusted ARC system, users can get accurate up to ½ yard distance readings at any angle with a bow or rifle. The rifle mode comes equipped with the additional VSI (Visible Sight In) feature allowing you to set your bullet drop based on where you zero your rifle so you can have accurate holdover measurements at your fingertips displayed in inches, MOA, or Mil specs. With its selective targeting system the user can get accurate readings in brush, open terrain, or in scan mode.

Of course the G-Force 1300 was built with the hunter in mind and utilizes Bushnell’s new E.S.P (Extreme, Speed, Precision) processor to give the user almost instant read outs so you can get on the game faster.

The fully waterproof G-Force 1300 Arc retails for $399.00.

Features
• Rubber-armored metal housing
• 6x magnification
• VDT (Vivid Display Technology)
• E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision.)
• VSI (Variable Sight-In)
• Bow Mode - provides true horizontal distance from 5-99 yards
• Rifle Mode - provides bullet-drop/holdover in inches
• BullsEye,™ Brush™ and Scan mode
• Range: 5-1,300 yards diopter adjustment
• Compatible with magnetic attachment system
• Fully waterproof
• Built-in tripod mount
• Posi-Thread™ battery door

For more information go to Bushnell.com.

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