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For Sale: Pulsar Accolade LRF XQ38 and Accolade LRF XP50

.243Hunter

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Taking the guesswork out of ranges, day or night. Pulsar Accolade LRF XQ38 model shown, incorporating a 1000m laser rangefinder with range and angle adjustment for various terrain (Displays true distance up or down mountain or hillside angles), including built in scan mode for constant range display on moving targets or multiple range points when scanning.

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BLUEROLL

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How reliable is the LRF, ie poor reflective surfaces. Is it as good as the Leica LRF rangefinders please ?
 

.243Hunter

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PM for SD member deals. Both XQ38 LRF and XP50 LRF models available.

I use the Accolade LRF XQ38 myself and its brilliant for use at night when ranges are difficult to estimate.. I've been dropping rabbits at 200yds with the HMR, using a ladder reticule and the accolade LRF range finder.. I find it great for airguns and .22 as well and the longer centre fire shots..

As a comparison these are noticeably better than the Helion XQ38F model, the image on the Accolade is more Black and White compared to the sepia hue of the Helion and the dual display allows prolonged viewing without eye fatigue, it also fills your full field of view with the image as if your actually within it.. the laser LRF is the icing on the cake...
 

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