An ideal optics setup for Western big-game hunting includes a binocular, spotting scope, rangefinder and riflescope. Here’s how to choose the best of each for your needs.
Leica launches its iconic Geovid rangefinding binocular in a new compact, lightweight size with added functionality.
With ½-yard accuracy, 6X magnification and Leupold’s True Ballistic Range/Wind technology, the RX-1500i TBR/W is as versatile as it is compact.
The X-Vision Optics 10X42mm Rangefinding Binoculars boast a true range-finding distance of 2200 yards, with four different ranging modes and its OLED display.
The Fusion X is a feature-rich rangefinding binocular with a price tag that makes it possible for every hunter to own.
The new X-Vision Optics RFP875 Rangefinder has been designed with varied outdoor conditions in mind. Offering multiple modes (Standard, Rain, Golf, Hunting) for any situation and a PDLC smart-glass display, the rangefinder delivers clear readings even in low-light environments up to 875 yards.
Bushnell has announced the introduction of the newest addition to its laser rangefinder lineup—the Prime 1800. Packed with added features such as the all-new ActivSync display system that fluidly morphs from black to red readouts based on lighting conditions, the Prime 1800 builds on the success of Bushnell’s 25-year legacy of laser rangefinder development.