Leupold 112179 RX-1000I TBR W/DNA
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- 6x magnification gives you plenty of power, with a wide field of view to track movement.
- Bright colorful optics, markedly brighter than previous rangefinders.
- Three user adjustable intensity settings allow you to perfectly match the OLED display to dynamic lighting conditions.
- Three selectable reticles: Leupold Plus Point, Duplex and Duplex with Leupold Plus Point.
- Includes a built-in inclinometer.
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RX-1000 Compact Digital Laser Rangefinder Pristine image quality allows the RX-1000 to serve as your full-time optic while the cutting-edge laser and processor generate the fastest, most reliable readings ever produced. The incredibly bright OLED display dramatically increases light transmission by up to3x higher than LCD models. Packed with features never before offered at this price, the Leupold RX-1000 Compact line significantly raises the bar on function and performance. Multiple ballistics settings True Ballistic Range (TBR) provides accurate aiming information matched to the performance of your rifle or bow. By calculating the incline, line of sight range to the target, and a projectile's ballistics, your RX provides rifle hunters using Leupold Ballistics Aiming System reticles as well as bow hunters the correct equivalent horizontal distance for precise shooting on an incline. In other words, aim using the True Ballistic Range, not the line of sight range. Rifle hunters can also get this data as an MOA adjustment or a holdover point. With practice, long distance/steep angle shooting will become second nature. TBR is effective to 800yards for most rifle cartridges
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Yes
- Item model number : 112179
- Department : Rangefinder
- Date First Available : January 7, 2011
- Manufacturer : Leupold
- ASIN : B004I8Q8T2
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Update- I didn't make it out West but used it to take a nice 8 point buck this fall in the Mid-West. Having time on my hands sitting in the deer stand I would range find different landmarks throughout the property. If a deer came out by a large tree I would already know the approximate yardage and dope the scope accordingly. BANG!
Update July 9,15: after six months of using it, it has never ever ever EVER let me down. it works like a f&*^in' swiss watch. it recognizes such a small objects on quite long distances that you will be amazed (example: an arrow against the ground with little incline at 250 yards. the difference between the arrow and the field in the background from the angle we were looking at was couple of yards. every time this rangefinder was able to take measurement of thin arrow that was barely visible. we detected it with continuous measurement mode and moving the reticle over the area - smooth or no change was the field, and a bit jump on the very same spot every time was the arrow. we've had lots of other cases of its precise work, like - electric lines against the trees or buildings at also quite long distances etc. there is no surface this thing is unable to take measurement from, unless the distances go beyond 800 yards. and even beyond that you can move the reticle around and it will "catch" something to give you a measurement of a close object)
Oh, and the case and lanyard are high quality like the RF itself…