Halo Optics Launches Halo XRT

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posted on September 23, 2014

Halo Optics has announced the launch of its new Halo XRT, a 500-yard laser rangefinder that's designed to be both reliable and easy on the hunter's wallet.

The Halo XRT shares the same features as many of the company's optics: a 6x magnification, a clear reticle with a target box in the center and a digital display of the distance. It offers both standard and scans modes. In the standard mode, when the targeting box is on a game animal, a push of the button will give the hunter a precise distance. In scan mode, hunters can hold the button down to track a moving animal or quickly get distance readings on multiple animals.

Technical Specifications:

• Maximum of 500 yards to reflective target
• 6x Magnification
• Scan Mode allows for constant ranging
• Precise to +/- 1 yard
• Water Resistant
• 1-year warranty
• Uses 1 CR2 Lithium Ion battery (not included)
• Durable Nylon case (Included)

For more information, go to HaloOptics.com.

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