First Look: Leupold RX-Fulldraw 4 Archery Rangefinder

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posted on January 21, 2020
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Leupold has announced the introduction of its new RX-Fulldraw 4—an archery rangefinder that incorporates personal ballistics, shot distance and angle compensation to calculate ranges for both compound bows and crossbows.

Archer’s Advantage software allows users to enter arrow weight, velocity and peep or scope height to provide extremely accurate ballistic solutions. The included Flightpath Technology will identify obstacles that are in your arrow’s flight path out to 150 yards so you can adjust for proper clearance.

The RX-Fulldraw 4 has 6X magnification, ranges to 1,200 yards, is exceptionally bright and clear, and provides information with a high-light transmission OLED display. Additionally, the unit is 100 percent waterproof and has been extreme-climate tested with an easy-grip rubber armor and ergonomic housing design.

The new RX-Fulldraw 4 has an MSRP of $549.99, and will be available in spring 2020. For more information, visit leupold.com.

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