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Deal of the Day by Webyshops: NIKON Prostaff 5 Laser Rangefinder

Description

The long awaited NIKON Prostaff 5 Laser Rangefinder, Black (8388) 6×21 is the next generation tool built for precision, speed and consistency out to 600 yards. Incredible .1 yard display makes the Prostaff 5 stand out from the crowd – and its unique switchable display option allows you to select the display mode that contrasts best against your subject and background.
Pick it up and the aggressive styling and palm-sized, sensory ergonomics hint at the exceptional performance that lies within your hand. The 6x multicoated optical system boasts a huge ocular lens, long eye relief and optimized viewfinder display to provide the wide field of view needed for immediate subject acquisition and maximum ranging speed. Waterproof and fogproof.

Features

True 600-yard ranging capability
Single button operation
Easy-to-view uncluttered display
Ultra-compact Size, Ergonomic Design
Bright, multicoated 6x optics
Displays in .1 yard increments
Waterproof / Fogproof (except battery chamber)
Large ocular lens provides long eye relief, wider fi eld of view
Unique switchable display option allows you to select mode that contrasts best against your subject and background
For fast, easy measurements; automatically powers down after 8 seconds to reduce battery use
Black Finish

Price: $209.95

The Bushnell Scout DX 1000 Laser Rangefinder Acquires Ranges Instantly With Unmatched Precision

 

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Published on Wednesday, 26 June 2013 03:00

Overland Park, Kan. – The new Scout DX 1000 ARC laser rangefinder from Bushnell offers hunters and shooters a host of features that will help them identify and range targets quickly. The Scout DX 1000 provides accurate distance readings from 5-1000 yards with +/- ½ yard accuracy.

Featuring the new E.S.P.TM processor from Bushnell, Scout DX 1000 provides faster and more precise distance readings than ever before, including 1/10th yard display precision within 125 yards. Featuring the patented Angle Range Compensation (ARC) technology, the Scout DX 1000 instantly accounts for terrain angles to provide bow hunters with the “shoots like” distance and rifle hunters with holdover data in inches, centimeters, MOA or MILs. In addition, the rangefinder includes Variable Sight-In Distance (VSITM), providing shooters with holdover data based on a 100, 150, 200 or 300 yard zero.

With three modes of operation – Scan, BullsEye and Brush – the Scout DX 1000 is just as effective in the woods as it is on the open plains. And with a six power magnification optic, hunters and shooters will have no problem identifying and ranging targets at long ranges.

The rangefinder features a slim vertical design that’s protected with a rugged, waterproof housing. The Scout DX 1000 includes a neck strap and carrying case, and is available in both black and the new Realtree Xtra pattern for $299.99 and $319.99, respectively.

With the new Bushnell Bulletproof Guarantee, the Scout DX 1000 ARC is backed with a no questions asked 100 percent money-back guarantee. Within one year of the date of purchase, if for any reason the consumer isn’t completely satisfied with the laser rangefinder, it can be returned to Bushnell for a full refund.

Bushnell Outdoor Products is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products based in Overland Park, Kansas. Bushnell Outdoor Products sells its products worldwide under the Bushnell®, Butler Creek®, Final Approach®,Hoppe’s®, Millett®, Night OpticsPrimosSimmons®, Stoney Point®, Tasco®, Uncle Mike’s®, Uncle Mike’s Law Enforcement®, and the following eyewear brands: Bollé®Cébé® and Serengeti®. For information about any of these brands or products, please contact Bushnell Public Relations at (913) 752-6105.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Mike Capps
(573) 898.3422
E-mail: mcapps@howardcommunications.com
Paul Arnhold – Bushnell Outdoor Products
(913) 752-6105
E-mail: parnhold@bushnell.com

Deal of the Day by Webyshops: VORTEX Rangefinder Ranger 1000 6×22

The Vortex Rangefinder Ranger 1000 is developed to excel in all ranging conditions. All lens surfaces are fully multi-coated for optimum light transmission and bright, sharp images make it easy to acquire subjects you want to range.

The VORTEX Rangefinder Ranger 1000 6×22 (VOR-RRF-101) is developed to excel in all ranging conditions. All lens surfaces are fully multi-coated for optimum light transmission and bright, sharp images make it easy to acquire subjects you want to range.

Compact and lightweight, the ergonomic design of the Vortex Rangefinder is complimented by a rugged, adjustable/removable utility clip for easy carry. Included lanyard offers an additional method to keep the unit close at hand.

The menu is quick and easy to use and features a low battery indicator light – all powered by a commonly available CR2 battery. Primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) mode displays an angle-compensated distance reading. Distance measurements can be displayed in either yards or meters.

Ideal for gun hunters, target shooters and bowhunters, the Vortex Ranger 1000 Rangefinder is sure to be a hit – and ensure hits.

With accuracy to 1,000 yards, the Vortex Rangefinder features three ranging modes that are quickly accessed using an uncomplicated, common-sense menu.

-Horizontal Component Distance (HCD) mode displays the slope angle compensated distance to the target.This is the primary mode used by most bow and rifle hunters.
-Scan mode displays distance readings when panning across a landscape or tracking a moving animal.
-Line of Sight (LOS) mode displays actual line of sight range.This mode will be used by shooters making high angle/ long distance shots in conjunction with slope angle corrected ballistic cell phone applications, ballistics range cards, or PDAs with ballistics programs. Display also shows an Incline Correction number (INC) to adjust bullet drop data for ballistics applications not including slope angle correction.

Vortex Rangefinder Ranger 1000

Features

  • Fully multi-coated with anti-reflective coatings for brighter views
  • Rugged, compact and lightweight
  • Rubber armor provides a secure, non-slip grip
  • Intuitive, easy-to-use menu
  • Simple, clean display
  • HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) angle compensated ranging
  • Choice of ranging in yards or meters
  • Waterproof with O-ring seals
  • Utility clip for quick and versatile access
  • Vortex Limited Lifetime Warranty

Save on Father’s Day Gifts with Nikon and Webyshop

Save $30 – $50 instantly when you purchase select Nikon riflescopes or rangefinders. Great Savings on a great product from your outdoor gear connection – Webyshops. All in time for Father’s Day.

 

Open Box by Webyshops: SIMMONS LRF-600 Hunting 4x Rangefinder

SIMMONS LRF-600 Hunting 4x Rangefinder (801405C)
Price: $119
Quantity: 1
To place an order email cs@webyshops.com. Copy and past the following into the subject line of your email: Interested in Open Box Item SIM-801405C. Alternatively, call 800-851-9329 between 8 am and 6 pm Central Standard Time to place your order.

Bushnell Introduces the Fusion 1 Mile Laser Range Finder Binocular

 

Overland Park, Kan. – Bushnell Outdoor Products, an industry-leader in sports optics for 65 years, combines the best of optics and distance measuring technology in its new Fusion 1 Mile laser range finder binocular. As the first company to introduce an obtainable laser rangefinder for hunters and shooters in 1995, Bushnell again broke the mold in 2010 with the introduction of the first laser range finder binocular for under $1,000.

The latest innovation from Bushnell, the new Fusion 1 Mile is available in three configurations: 8x 32mm, 10x 42mm and 12x 50mm. Featuring BAK-4 prisms with PC-3 corrective phase coating and the exclusive XTR® prism coating technology, the Fusion 1 Mile delivers superior resolution and image clarity from dawn to dusk. The patented RainGuard HD lens coating from Bushnell causes moisture to bead up and scatter less light, giving users the clarity they demand, rain or shine.

With distance measuring capabilities from 10-1,760 yards, the Fusion 1 Mile is the most powerful laser rangefinder in the Bushnell family. Featuring the exclusive Angle Range Compensation (ARC) technology, the Fusion instantly accounts for the terrain angle when providing true horizontal distance for bow hunters and holdover information (available in inches, centimeters, MOA or MILs) for marksmen or rifle hunters. In addition, Variable Sight-in Distance (VSITM) allows shooters to receive holdover data based on a 100, 150, 200 or 300 yard zero.

The Fusion 1 Mile features the new Matrix Display, which dramatically improves contrast, clarity and light transmission for bright, rapid readouts from dawn to dusk. Users can choose between three modes of operation: BullsEye, Brush and Scan, depending on the terrain and surrounding conditions. Built from a lightweight, durable rubber-armored chassis that is fully waterproof and fogproof, the Fusion 1 Mile is field-tested and all-weather ready.

Available in three configurations, the Fusion 1 Mile includes a battery, neck strap and carrying case for the following suggested retail prices: 8x 32mm for $999.99, 10x 42mm for $1,199.99 and 12x 50mm for $1,299.99.

Thanks to the Bushnell Bulletproof Guarantee, The Fusion 1 Mile is backed with a 100 percent money-back, no questions asked guarantee. Within one year of the date of purchase the product can be returned to Bushnell for a full refund if the consumer is unsatisfied for any reason.

Bushnell Outdoor Products is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products. Headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas, the company sells its products worldwide under the Bushnell®, Bee Stinger, Butler Creek®, Final Approach®, Gold Tip, Hoppe’s®, Millett®, Night Optics, Primos®, Simmons®, Stoney Point®, Tasco®,Uncle Mike’s®, Uncle Mike’s Law Enforcement®, and the following eyewear brands: Bollé®, Cébé® and Serengeti®. For information about any of these brands or products, please contact Bushnell Public Relations at (913) 752-6105.

Contact:
Mike Capps
573-898-3422
mcapps@howardcommunications.com

Paul Arnhold
Bushnell Outdoor Products
913-752-6105
parnhold@bushnell.com

MEDIA WEBSITE:
www.howardcommunications.com

 

THE ULTIMATE BOWHUNTING RANGEFINDER GETS BETTER

One of the most trusted tools for bowhunters – the Archer’s Choice Laser Rangefinder – has been given a new look and some enhancements that will cement its must-have status among bowhunters for years to come.  Originally designed with the help of Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo of “Archer’s Choice” television fame, Nikon engineered this rangefinder from the ground up specifically for real-world bowhunting situations.
New to the Archer’s Choice in 2013 is an improved LCD display with an LED illumination that allows selection of the mode that contrasts best against subject and background.  The uncluttered screen displays ranges with Nikon’s trademark speed in .1-yard increments.The Archer’s Choice also has Tru-Target Technology that allows users to select between first target priority mode and distant target priority mode.  First target priority mode generates an accurate reading on an object as small as a fence post while distant target priority mode displays the range of the farthest target among a group of targets measured.

Nikon’s advanced ID Technology compensates for various incline or decline shooting angles—up to ± 89-degrees of angle, which allows bowhunters to range targets from a treestand or in steep terrain with the same confidence and ease as ranging over flat ground—simply aim, push the button and plan your shot according to the displayed distance.  Only one number is displayed, the correct distance needed to make the shot.

The rangefinder features Nikon’s legendary multicoated optics, waterproof/fogproof ruggedness and pocket-sized portability.  The Nikon Archer’s Choice also features long eye relief (18.3mm), an adjustable diopter and 6x, bright, multicoated optics.

Like all Nikon rangefinders, the new Archer’s Choice operates on a single CR2 lithium battery (included).  A Silent Technology neoprene case in RealTree APG® camo for the ultimate in stealth bowhunting is also included. MSRP is $279.95.

The origin of the technology behind this Laser Rangefinder with inclinometer is the Total Station DTM-1 (initially sold in 1985), the first highly advanced electronic model among surveying instruments incorporating both distance and angle measurement capability developed by Nikon Corporation.

Nikon Inc. is the U.S. distributor of Nikon sports and recreational optics, world-renowned Nikon 35mm cameras, digital cameras, speedlights and accessories, Nikkor lenses and electronic imaging products.

For more information on Nikon’s full line of Riflescopes, Binoculars, Spotting Scopes, Fieldscopes and Laser Rangefinders, please contact: Nikon Sport Optics, 1300 Walt Whitman Rd., Melville, NY 11747-3064, or call 1-800-645-6687. www.nikonhunting.com.

Archer’s Choice is a trademark of Archer’s Choice Media, Inc.
Realtree APG is a registered trademark of Jordan Outdoor Enterprises, LTD.
All Nikon Trademarks are the property of Nikon Corporation.

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Media Contact:
Tim Zick – tim@chevalier-adv.com
Jonathan Harling – jonathan@chevalier-adv.com
Chevalier Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations

Deal of the Day by Webyshops:SIMMONS LRF-600 Rangefinder

The SIMMONS LRF-600 4×20 Intelligence Rangefinder (801408C) is hairsplitting accuracy made simple. An in-view LCD display provides the exact distance to your target from 10 to 600 yards with the tap of a single button, while 4x magnification and bright, crystal-clear optics bring you nose to nose with your next trophy.

Its efficient, compact vertical design and weather-resistant housing provide an unparalleled advantage that’s easy to carry – just be prepared to carry something much heavier on the hike back.

Price: $139.00

Nikon Unveils New Laser Rangefinder

As today’s bowhunters and riflehunters continue to define new standards of accuracy, Nikon is engineering new optical technology with a focus on cutting-edge precision and consistency.  The latest development to embody this new standard is the PROSTAFF 7 Laser Rangefinder.  This new rangefinder is the perfect companion for any hunter, especially for those who use Nikon’s BDC reticles with Spot On™ Ballistic Match Technology.
The PROSTAFF 7 Rangefinder displays ranges in .1-yard increments with a true 600-yard ranging capability.  Users can choose whether distances are displayed in yards or meters.  Readings are shown in an uncluttered view with an improved LCD display with LED illumination that allows selection of the mode that contrasts best against subject and background.  The 6×21 magnification and large ocular lens ensure that users are getting a large sight picture with optimal resolution.

Nikon’s advanced ID (Incline/Decline) Technology compensates for various incline or decline shooting angles – up to an incredible +/-89 degrees.  The PROSTAFF 7 also has Tru-Target Technology, which lets users choose between two different ranging modes.  In first target priority mode, users can target an object as small as a fence post and get a precise reading.  In distant target priority mode, the rangefinder displays the distance of the farthest target among a group of targets measured.

The PROSTAFF 7 is ultra-compact in size and can be easily operated with one hand.  Its single button operation makes it easy to use and it automatically powers down after eight seconds to conserve battery life.  The rangefinder is powered by a single CR2 lithium battery and is both waterproof and fogproof.  The MSRP for the PROSTAFF 7 Laser Rangefinder is $299.95.

The origin of the technology behind this Laser Rangefinder with inclinometer is the Total Station DTM-1 (initially sold in 1985), the first highly advanced electronic model among surveying instruments incorporating both distance and angle measurement capability developed by Nikon Corporation.

Nikon Inc. is the U.S. distributor of Nikon sports and recreational optics, world-renowned Nikon 35mm cameras, digital cameras, speedlights and accessories, Nikkor lenses and electronic imaging products.

For more information on Nikon’s full line of Riflescopes, Binoculars, Spotting Scopes, Fieldscopes and Laser Rangefinders, please contact: Nikon Sport Optics, 1300 Walt Whitman Rd., Melville, NY 11747-3064, or call  1-800-645-6687.www.nikonhunting.com.

Spot On is a trademark of Nikon Corporation.

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Media Contact:
Tim Zick – tim@chevalier-adv.com
Jonathan Harling – jonathan@chevalier-adv.com
Chevalier Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations

Deal of the Day by Webyshops:Vortex Rangefinder Ranger 1000

The Vortex Rangefinder Ranger 1000 is developed to excel in all ranging conditions. All lens surfaces are fully multi-coated for optimum light transmission and bright, sharp images make it easy to acquire subjects you want to range.
VORTEX Rangefinder Ranger 1000 6×22 (VOR-RRF-101)
The VORTEX Rangefinder Ranger 1000 6×22 (VOR-RRF-101) is developed to excel in all ranging conditions. All lens surfaces are fully multi-coated for optimum light transmission and bright, sharp images make it easy to acquire subjects you want to range.

Compact and lightweight, the ergonomic design of the Vortex Rangefinder is complimented by a rugged, adjustable/removable utility clip for easy carry. Included lanyard offers an additional method to keep the unit close at hand.

The menu is quick and easy to use and features a low battery indicator light – all powered by a commonly available CR2 battery. Primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) mode displays an angle-compensated distance reading. Distance measurements can be displayed in either yards or meters.

Ideal for gun hunters, target shooters and bowhunters, the Vortex Ranger 1000 Rangefinder is sure to be a hit – and ensure hits.

With accuracy to 1,000 yards, the Vortex Rangefinder features three ranging modes that are quickly accessed using an uncomplicated, common-sense menu.

-Horizontal Component Distance (HCD) mode displays the slope angle compensated distance to the target.This is the primary mode used by most bow and rifle hunters.
-Scan mode displays distance readings when panning across a landscape or tracking a moving animal.
-Line of Sight (LOS) mode displays actual line of sight range.This mode will be used by shooters making high angle/ long distance shots in conjunction with slope angle corrected ballistic cell phone applications, ballistics range cards, or PDAs with ballistics programs. Display also shows an Incline Correction number (INC) to adjust bullet drop data for ballistics applications not including slope angle correction.

Price: $379.00

 

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