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Bushnell 202442 The Truth ARC 4x20mm Bowhunting Laser Rangefinder with Clear Shot
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- Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
- 100 percent quality materials used and tested extensively
- Beautiful design and durability built to last
- Class 1 laser with <0.5mW average power output
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Laser Rangefinders The Truth with ClearShot
Bushnell and Team Primos are the deadliest combo since stick met string. For proof, witness our Truth Laser Rangefinder. Driven by ARC technology with Bow Mode, it determines compensated distance based on the angle of your shot so you always know what pin to use from 7 to 199 yards. And it delivers the same speed and pinpoint precision on line-of-sight readings out to 850 yards.
With one-button operation, it’s easy to use, while the 4x magnification offers crystal-clear imagery every time. Only Bushnell makes laser rangefinders that are Team Primos-approved. One hunt and you’ll see why.
ClearShot technology provides instantaneous feedback on your shot clearance. This advanced laser technology takes the guess out of archery shots, even allowing hunters the ability to no longer worry about clipping branches or hitting other obstructions. And with a simple three-step process, you can calibrate the rangefinder to correspond with the speed of the bow through the sight system. When done and target is ranged, a dot is displayed to show the max height your arrow will travel.
Ranging Performance 7-850
Deer 7-200 Yards.
Tree 7-600 Yards.
Reflective 7-850 Yards.
Provides true horizontal distance from 5 to 99 yards.
Although not completely waterproof, rainproof products have been designed or treated to prevent rain from soaking in.
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The TRUTH of the matter is this: you won't find a clearer way to lock in and bring down your target with more confidence. The Truth with ClearShot technology provides instantaneous feedback on your shot clearance. This advanced laser technology takes the guess work out of archery shots, even allowing hunters the ability to no longer worry about clipping branches or hitting other obstructions. And with a simple three-step process, you can calibrate the rangefinder to correspond with the speed of the bow through the sight system. When done and a target is ranged, a dot is displayed to show the max height your arrow will travel. The Truth with ClearShot ranges out of 850 yards with a "shoots like" distance of 200 yards. And it even shows the angle of your shot in the process. All that, combined with our exclusive Angle Range Compensation (ARC), make this the ultimate rangefinder for bow hunters. 3-Volt CR123 battery included.
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This range finder is just what the doctor ordered. I have had several range finds to date, but this one tops them all. The 4X optical is a very bright lens, easy to see and calculate distances with while sighting in my bow out to 80 yards. Throw in the clear shot capability and you have your self a true winner.
Clear shot gives the bow hunter the reassurance required to make long shots and know your shooting lane is free and clear of obstacles. This function also allows confidence when shooting over obstacles with out having to adjust your position. If it's clear in the clear shot, Take The Shot!
This is a must have!
Other than those problems, I do like the compact design and grip on this rangefinder. The Clearshot seems to work, but I haven't needed to use it while hunting.
First off a few reviewers are stuck on ranging deer... most hunters have a stand. You have bait, decoys, and good plots..etc. you pre range all of it.( most will have at least one of those not all) Trees shooting lanes. By the time a deer comes you know every distance. Dont wait to range til a deer comes. By then you should be more worried about your bow. When ranging a deer itself knowing what part to get a good reading off helps. Still I find little need to range deer. A long range rifle model yes as they may be in open fields where nothing else is to read off of. This model is for archery: it is hard just to find one that has 4x optics and not 6x. 6x is too much for 20yards! Also this offers a lot of great features that will help archers. This is not a rangefinder you want to buy for long range hunting. Also!! A long range rangefinder is not one I would even ever use for bow hunting. Look at all the other options this one has some of the highest reviews out there. The 4x optics makes it ideal for bow. Add in the clear shot feature and all the others. Great deal!
I just recieved the replacement bushnell clear shot. I tried the new one out for the bow mode. Either the manual is incorrect or the device is not working as instructed in the manual.
Instructions for switching to bow mode:
"Bow Mode ( ): Displays line of sight distance, degree of elevation, and true distance
range from 7-199 yards / meters and a maximum inclination of +/- 90°.
Once the range is displayed, continue to hold the POWER button down for
approximately 2 seconds while holding the aiming circle on the object and keeping the
unit as steady as possible so as to allow the inclinometer enough time to measure angle.
Then release the POWER button. Once you have released the power button, a degree of
angle and compensated range will be displayed beneath the line of sight distance as seen
in the images below."
The image that they show in the manual, page 6, is a drawing of a circle representlng the site as it is looked through, in the circle there are symbols of a bow on the top right, a battery indicator on the left side, The range displayed in large numbers in the center then below the range there are smaller numbers, to the left is the degree of angle then an arrow pointing to the right at the angle range compensation "ARC". The arrow symbol means "shoot at".
"When line of sight distances from 7-199 yards are displayed, the Bow mode indicator will automatically be displayed
along with angle and a compensated distance. If distances greater than 199 yards are displayed, the Bow mode
Indicator will automatically turn off along with compensated distances."
I have been ranging between 7 to 40 yards at an max angle of 30deg and I still do not get the symbols that is shown in the manual. The bow symbol and battery indicator do not show up. What I do see is the ARC is below the large range number. The degree and ARC are changing back and forth meaning it will show the Deg then change to the ARC but not the display that is shown in the image in the manual.
This is the second bushnel and I compared both. I am ok with it does the clear shot fine enough even though i have not field tested it. The ARC is my concern not sure how acurate it is since I was only 8 yards away and there is only 1 deg in compensation at a 30deg angle putting the shot at 7deg, I am going to assume that at greater distances the compesation will be more. I'll have to test it some more.
I am keeping it at three stars until bushnell gets back to me expalining what is going on with there clearshot product not working as it should be maybe its something simple. I did contact Tech support but I got a vague response in the email. I called and they informed me to have it relaced which I did.
If anyone knows of this problem please get back to me.