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    Default Bushnell Elite 1000 W/arc technology for dual hunters

    Dual being Rifle and bowhunter. Do any of you use the Bushnell Elite 1000 W/arc technology. If so do you like it. I cant afford 2 seperate rangefinders and this seems to do both. Im not going to shoot deer past 300 yds so Im thinking this may be a gr8 buy.
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    That is the same range finder that I have decided on getting. Seems to be the best for the money. I won't be able to get mine untill October, due to that is when I will be back in the states and can get one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottg View Post
    That is the same range finder that I have decided on getting. Seems to be the best for the money. I won't be able to get mine untill October, due to that is when I will be back in the states and can get one.
    Thats what Im thinking
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    I just wen't through the same search not long ago. Check out the Nikon Riflehunter 550. Good optics, simple to use, and I got one for 240.00. It will range a deer out to 550 yards, and will give the true horizontal distance, or can be easily set to give actual distance. Same as ARC, just a different way of naming the function. The Leupold looked like a great product, but seemed complicated. The Nikon looked even simpler than the Bushnell. I don't know about you, but I like to keep it simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Blay View Post
    I just wen't through the same search not long ago. Check out the Nikon Riflehunter 550. Good optics, simple to use, and I got one for 240.00. It will range a deer out to 550 yards, and will give the true horizontal distance, or can be easily set to give actual distance. Same as ARC, just a different way of naming the function. The Leupold looked like a great product, but seemed complicated. The Nikon looked even simpler than the Bushnell. I don't know about you, but I like to keep it simple.
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