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Bushnell BowHunter Chuck Adams Edition

by Todd Graf 13. January 2010 21:26
Todd GrafWhen the world leader in laser rangefinder technology and the world’s most successful bowhunter put their heads together on a project, it’s all about putting heads on the wall. Enter the finest archery-specific specimen on the planet. Extremely lightweight and compact, the BowHunter Chuck Adams Edition laser rangefinder excels from treestandsa nd steep terrain thanks to Angle Range Compensation (ARC). Hit the FIRE button and it calculates the “shoots-like” distance based on the angle of your shot. Featuring Bow Mode, this unit simultaneously displays line-of-sight, angle and true horizontal distance from five to 99 yards, so you always know what pin. It also provides line of sight distance from five to 800 yards, so the bowhunter who also rifle hunts is not left out. Its rugged, rainproof housing is dressed in Realtree AP camo for concealment.

Features:
  • Built-in inclinometer provides ARC
  • Pocket-size ergonomic design
  • 4x magnification
  • Bow Mode-provides true horizontal distance from 5-99 yards
  • RainProof
  • Range: 5-800 yards
  • Angle range: -90 to +90 degrees
  • Carrying case, battery and neck strap included
  • Battery life indicator
  • Compatible with magnetic attachment system
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