Leupold Announces Second Generation of RX-1400i TBR/w Laser Rangefinder

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posted on May 15, 2023
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc. has introduced the second generation of the RX-1400i TBR/W Laser Rangefinder. With Leupold’s proprietary DNA laser engine and a bright red display, this rangefinder gives fast, accurate, and visible readings every time. Its True Ballistic Range/Wind technology delivers custom shoot-to distances based on your rifle cartridge, and its Flightpath feature indicates possible arrow obstructions when you’re hunting with a bow.

“The new RX-1400i TBR/W is absolutely the best rangefinder in its class,” said Eric Overstreet, technology product line manager for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “It’s lightning-fast, and the True Ballistic Range/Wind (TBR/W) technology takes precision to the next level by offering 25 selectable ballistics groups that account for your preferred cartridge, helping you dial in the exact range of your target. Don’t rely on rifleman’s rule when you can choose the unparalleled accuracy of TBR/W.”

Using the rifleman's rule on an angled 600-yard shot could result in a 10-15-inch margin of error when compared to the accuracy of Leupold’s TBR/W. Furthermore, with TBR/W’s 10-mph wind holds, all the information necessary to experience first-shot hits is right at hand.

The RX-1400i TBR/W comes packed with other features, too. Its Flightpath technology indicates possible arrow obstructions when you’re hunting with a bow. You can accurately range in snow, rain, and fog using Last Target Mode, and its 5x magnification makes it ideal for both archery and rifle hunters. It has a TOLED display and is extreme-weather and climate tested.

This functionality comes wrapped up in a lightweight polymer housing, making the RX-1400i TBR/W the perfect choice for your next big adventure. It will range 1,400 yards on reflective targets, 1,200 yards on trees, and 900 yards on deer-sized game.

For more information on visit leupold.comMSRP: $199.99

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