Leupold’s new RX-2800 TBR/W laser rangefinder is compact, durable and easy to use, and features ½-yard accuracy out to 2,800 yards, 7X magnification, an easy-to-read OLED display and the company’s TBR/W technology, which takes into account the angle of your shot and your rifle's ballistics for greater first-shot accuracy.
Leica refers to its brand-new laser rangefinder, the Rangemaster CRF 2800.com, as “ballistics unleashed.” The lightweight, compact design is easy to handle, and offers versatile connectivity via the Leica Hunting app to deliver individual ballistic settings configured to your rifle/cartridge combination for comprehensive distance measurement across flat ground, uphill and downhill.
With an MSRP of just $319.99, the new Nitro 1-Mile 6X20 will range out to one mile on reflective targets, 900 yards on trees and 500 yards on game.
Bushnell has launched its three new optics lines; top-tier Forge, mid-level Nitro and entry-level Prime riflescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes and laser rangefinders.
With the launch of its new line of BDX (Ballistic Data Xchange) rangefinders and riflescopes, SIG Sauer brings precision optics squarely into the information age, allowing for a seamless exchange of data between one’s riflescope, rangefinder and smartphone.