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I have never used a rangefinder before but I think it is time to invest in one. After 25 yards I am having trouble judging distance.
Just curious how many of you use them and if anyone has any recommendations on a good one to buy?
 

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Born2Hunt said:
Before range finders...I walked about a mile and a half to and from work on the nice days Summer and Winter just for the fun and exercise.

During that walk I would guess the distance to different objects and then step it off...change the objects and distances every day. I did this for a few years and thus, became every accurate to guessing ranges to 60 + yards. If you are not ready to adapt this option. I would think any of the range finders on today's market would be very accurate to archery ranges....If you are for saving $$ I don't believe camo is any plus if camo increases the price. I believe they will perform just as well in other colors....

Oh and I saved enough in travel expenses to buy a nice bow, license and the accessories I need.....
I use to be pretty good at judging distances but this past year was tough. Not sure, maybe my vision has changed.
 
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