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I have Bushnell's Yardage Pro Sport. I got it several years back for $170 and I think that's the price they're still selling for. It's a smaller unit, nice to carry. Monocular. I think it's rated for shiny, large objects (side of building, for example) to 300 yards and deer size to 150 or so, but you may want to check on that. I haven't used it to range game yet, just targets and trees/landmarks around my hunting stands.


If you'll be hunting in open land, you may want something that has a little further range.


My opinion is Bushnell all the way for range finders.


[ 04-26-2005, 12:05 PM: Message edited by: heavy4x4 ]

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