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Nikon arrow Id 3000 VS. 5000 differences ??

Nikon makes 2 arrow ID range finder's one is the 3000 and one is the 5000 ,, besides the magnification what are the differences between the 2 ?? which one would you prefer for a crossbow hunter ??
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Re: Nikon arrow Id 3000 VS. 5000 differences ??

Dave I can't help you out on the difference between the two, but I was just looking at them at Cabela's a month ago. I have a Nikon Archers Choice and the one difference I saw is both the 3000 and 5000 are 4X and the Archers Choice is 6X. All three have Incline/Decline technology. Can't go wrong with ether the 3000 or 5000, but don't rule out an Archers Choice especially if you can find a deal on one. Read this review I attached and it talks about the differences and also the Archers Choice is discontinued.

http://www.laserrangefinderreview.com/hunting/nikon/

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