Halo Optics Introduces the CL300 Laser Rangefinder

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posted on May 15, 2020
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Halo Optics has released the new, minimalist, CCL300 laser rangefinder. Intended for use in the field, where ranging non-reflective targets is a must, the CCL300 is built with bowhunters in mind, delivering quick readings from 10- to 50-yards on game animals. Not just quick, the unit is also precise, delivering readings to +/- one yard of the target. A 5X magnification, meanwhile, allows for good assessment of shooting lanes for twigs, branches and other small obstacles. 

When shot distances increase, the CCL300 still performs, with a maximum ranging distance of 600 yards (albeit this on a reflective target). With a one-year warranty, the CCL300 is fully water-resistance for use in the great outdoors.

For more information on this, check out halooptics.com. MSRP: $79.99

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