Posted November 13, 2015 5:04 pm by Comments

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Knowing the range to your target is critical, whether you’re hunting, target shooting, competing in a match or working in law enforcement or the military.

Laser rangefinders have become the norm, supplanting the need for complicated and time-consuming mathematics. Laser rangefinders used to be very expensive, but now they’re common and much more affordable. They’re also capable of providing accurate range estimations at extreme distances, and Bushnell’s Elite line is among the best available. The company’s latest model, the CONX, can measure distances out to a mile, all while connecting with the latest wind meters from Kestrel and interfacing with your smartphone.

To create the CONX laser rangefinder, Bushnell worked closely with Kestrel and its wind meters. Using advanced Applied Ballistics software, the Kestrel determines your bullet drop and …Read the Rest

Source:: Tactical Life

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