Leica debuts new Rangemaster CRF 2400-R laser rangefinder
By Jacki Billings
The Rangemaster 2400 CRF 2400-R boasts measuring skills up to 2,400 yards. (Photo: Leica)
Leica released an all-new laser rangefinder, adding the Rangemaster CRF 2400-R to its inventory of shooting accessories.
Measuring up to 2,400-yards, the Rangemaster CRF 2400-R features a fast scan mode boasting measurements every 0.5 seconds. The Rangemaster CRF 2400-R delivers results in decimal figures up to 0.1-yards up to 200 yards in measuring distance, offering more precise measurements for hunters.
“Thanks to its compact design it fits easily into any pocket – weighing just 6.5 ounces (185 grams). The outstanding optics with a 7x magnification ensures the best image brightness and a wide field of view,” Leica said in a news release.
Equipped with an equivalent horizontal range, or EHR, the range finder offers the practical angle-compensated distance, allowing hunters to make accurate long-distance shots.
The new Leica Rangemaster CRF 2400-R will be available come September with a MSRP of $499.
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