Another question on range finders

4dcfries

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All, I am about to re-enter the world of range finders and need some advice. The big problem with my Leopold was how difficult it was to use with gloves. So being a bow hunter, mostly out west, I need one that corrects for angle and will allow me to use while wearing gloves. Thoughts?
 

dkime

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Never had an issue with any of the ones I’ve used with gloved operation, I Run a Leica 2400 right now. It does a great job for it’s intended use


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Samdemarais

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All, I am about to re-enter the world of range finders and need some advice. The big problem with my Leopold was how difficult it was to use with gloves. So being a bow hunter, mostly out west, I need one that corrects for angle and will allow me to use while wearing gloves. Thoughts?
Difficult to find the button? I use a small sticky tab to make the button 2x as big, makes it easier with gloves.
 

4rcgoat

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I love my vortex ranger 1800,big buttons,angle comp,and illuminated reticle.........plus the warranty.
 

Afineis91

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All, I am about to re-enter the world of range finders and need some advice. The big problem with my Leopold was how difficult it was to use with gloves. So being a bow hunter, mostly out west, I need one that corrects for angle and will allow me to use while wearing gloves. Thoughts?
Depends on the range you’re looking to scope. What range are you thinking?
 

JLL

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Vortex Ranger 1800. Big buttons and red reticle is easy to see.
 

kpk

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There's a thread on the Sig Kilo 1800 BDX at sportsmans warehouse. Comes to about $160 if you get a 10% new customer promo code. Hard to turn down at that price.
 
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