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Vortex Optics Ranger 1000 with Horizontal Component Distance Rangefinder RRF-101
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- Fully multi-coated lenses are anti-reflective and provide a Brighter view
- O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris - results in waterproof performance
- Rugged design is built to handle tough situations - compact and lightweight
- Rubber armor provides a secure, non-slip grip
- Diopter adjusts for precise Focus
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1000 Yard Ranging HCD Horizontal Component Distance Line of Sight mode and Scan mode Range in Yards or Meters Waterproof and Fogproof
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Solid feel to the vortex case even tho it's rubber armored plastic ( unlike the Leopold 1000i that's rubber covered aluminum). Range acquisition is pretty fast but the Leopold is faster. Very good optics almost identical to the Leopold. Both have great low light capability. Vortex has a belt clip and tripod socket which is very nice. Leopold has neither. Vortex has a sealed waterproof design and comes with lifetime warranty, Leopold has neither. Vortex 2 buttons on top are a little confusing tho. Leopold has their mode button on the side like everyone else which I prefer. Vortex triple tap for ranging is irritating (everybody else is a double tap). Having to have to tap 3 times to range adds additional time to acquire the reading. Even after the 3rd press it's still a millisecond more to range. Slightly bulkier than the Leopold but feels like it would take a drop much better. Both units use a very bright OLED display and both are crystal clear. Both use their own flavor of range compensation (Vortex has HCD and Leopold calls theirs DNA) based on angle but the Leopold adds an additional function of being able to load BDC based on your ammo using an on board table.
Overall the Vortex is a great ranger for the money. For all of those people that are mislead by where this unit is made, it's made in China. Your only spending ~300 bucks! Both the Leopold 1000i and the Ranger 1000 are made there and from the looks of the packaging and documentation of both, i would not be shocked if they both came from the same factory. They cleverly bury the little gold China sticker in the packaging but believe me it's there but who cares. They are both solid performing units and that's all that should matter. If people who are harping about finding one made in USA or Europe then look elsewhere and subsequently look forward to a much higher price point. It's easy math.
After using both in the field, I prefer the Leopold. I find the Leopold easier to use overall, ranges faster, feels slightly more compact, and the fit and finish seems nicer even tho it does not claim to be water proof. The one thing I do like better about the vortex is the sealed battery cover which is very solid design. The vortex is a sealed coin slot screw but the Leopold uses a flimsy lever twist latch which feels like it might break one day. This isn't good since it does not have the lifetime warranty like Vortex offers. But then again it's still inexpensive so I'll risk it.