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    vortex rangefinder

    has anybody got a vortex rangefinder ?????? are they any good ???????


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    Yes. Very.

    At least as good as a Leupold RX 1000i TBR/DNA, but for less money.

    IMHO you can't do better without spending a good deal more.
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    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 223 View Post
    has anybody got a vortex rangefinder ?????? are they any good ???????


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    Dave
    yes I have been using one personally since they first became available over here. A truly great piece of kit .half the size of my old leica brick ( that I incidentally gave to an old freind and hunting partner) and with the added feature for angle compensation. I used mine on two long bow hunts in Africa and it was absolutely faultless! ranging from 10 yards shooting from a tree stand to over a thousand when we were mapping out the terrain . I would recommend them to anyone. yours respectfully Mike Norris Brock and Norris Custom Rifles

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    Cracking bit of kit for the money . Bought it off Mike at last years Gamekeepers Fair at Carton , its been dropped , soaked and borrowed more than I'd have liked but still impresses .

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    Quote Originally Posted by brock and norris View Post
    yes I have been using one personally since they first became available over here. A truly great piece of kit .half the size of my old leica brick ( that I incidentally gave to an old freind and hunting partner) and with the added feature for angle compensation. I used mine on two long bow hunts in Africa and it was absolutely faultless! ranging from 10 yards shooting from a tree stand to over a thousand when we were mapping out the terrain . I would recommend them to anyone. yours respectfully Mike Norris Brock and Norris Custom Rifles
    mike my mind is made up, i will come and see you soon and have one off ya

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    Amazing bit of kit for the money, Not to mention the unlimited lifetime warrantee. And so small and compact. Does metres and yds to.

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    Got one also can not fault it at all very compact never let me down, Got from mike also top bloke.

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