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Vortex Optics Ranger 1300 Laser Rangefinder

Vortex Optics Ranger 1300 Laser Rangefinder

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Size4.7 x 4.2 x 2.8 inches
Weight11.8 ounces
Magnification6x
Objective Lens22mm
Eye Relief17mm
Operating Temp14-131 F
Range Reflective9-1300 yds
Range Deer9-600 yds
Accuracy+/- 3 yds at 1000yds
Max Angle Reading+/- 60 degrees (INC 50)
Linear Field of View315 feet/1000 yards
Angular Field of View6 degrees
Batteries required?
Batteries included?

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Reviewed by

Sharon Dempsey

Updated

February 11, 2019

Description

When it comes to ease of use and dependability it will be hard to beat what the Vortex Optics Ranger has to offer. The rangefinder features a clean, illuminated display and a highly intuitive menu that is easier than ever to access and use. You will have this little device mastered in no time at all. The Vortex Optics Ranger is capable of measuring distances up to a thousand yards. This is plenty of distance for any bow hunter.

Scan Mode

The scan mode is without a doubt one of the handiest features that simply cannot be overlooked. The scan feature allows you to range moving target, which can help range targets on uniform backgrounds in the HCD and LOS mode. This is a feature that will come in extremely handy when you are tracking a moving target. Once the device is powered up all you have to do is hold the measure button and scan the laser back and forth while watching the changes in the yardage number as the crosshairs move over the target. There will be a blinking S on the display when you are in the scan mode.

Non-Slip Grip With Fully Multi-Coated Lenses

The Vortex Optics Ranger features a handy non-slip grip so that hunters never have to worry about losing grip of the device. This will be an excellent feature to take advantage of when the weather is nastier or when you are making a quick movement. Another neat feature that cannot be overlooked is the fully multi-coated lenses. The lenses will ensure that you are provided with optimal light transmission in all lighting conditions.

HCD And LOS Modes

The Vortex Optics Ranger also features two different calculating modes. These are the HCD mode and the LOS mode. The HCD mode is the primary mode and allows for angle compensated distance. This is ideal for most hunters and shooters. However, the LOS mode really allows you the option of calculating longer distance shot and high angle shots. Simply put, in the LOS mode you are going to get an increased precision.

Pros
  • Choose between three different modes (scan, LOS, and HCD)
  • Scan mode helps you track targets on the move
  • Fully multi-coated lenses deliver optimal light transmission
  • Non-slip grip
  • Waterproof and fog proof
  • Includes a neck lanyard and removable utility cap
  • Capable of measuring up to a thousand yards
Cons
  • Doesn’t include a carrying case, but has a lanyard

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Price Comparison

Shop Price

269,00 $ 269,99 $

Last updated on: February 17, 2019 8:20 am
Check on Amazon

299,99 $

Last updated on: February 17, 2019 8:20 am
Check on eBay

269,00 $ 269,99 $

Last updated on: February 17, 2019 8:20 am