Posted July 2, 2016 5:36 am by Comments

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

(New York) My first range finder was the size of a large brick of cheese. Seriously, this piece of equipment took both hands to work with. In today’s world of bowhunting, efficiency is king. Thinking back on the less efficient pieces of equipment we carried in the past makes me laugh as technology has provided much lighter and faster equipment.

In regard to range finders, most range finders on the market today can fit snugly in your hand. Four important points about range finder use comes down to the ergonomics, the quality of optics, the second priority efficiency and its ability to compensate for incline or decline.

In preparation for the upcoming whitetail season at home and a coming trip to the West for elk, having a range finder which meets these requirements is not negotiable

Then Nikon Arrow ID 3000 helps guys like me to get the most out this critical part of the puzzle.

First, the 3000 is small and takes up little room in your pack or on your person since it measures 3.6”x2.9”x1.5”. Weighing only 4oz it is of no concern when packing for a trip. From an ergonomic point of view, the 3000 …Read the Rest

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