I know a lot of the SDUK members use laser rangefinders. Some use binoculars with laser rangefinders. And most of those using rangefinders are using high power variable scopes to shoot foxes and crows, with bit of exposed turret adjustments for each shot.
But I have never seen any mention of using a rifle scope which as a built in laser rangefinder and bullet drop compensation programmed into it for the loads you are firing. Why is that? Is something like the Burris Eliminator 4-12x40mm just too modern, taking away some of the skill and fun?