While there are many ways to estimate the distance to the target you want to strike, the best route is a rangefinder. The latest generation of rangefinders is certain to improve your shooting.
Lasers are all the rage. Chances are, the last time you had your temperature taken, you didn’t have to stick a glass full of mercury under your tongue. Instead, someone focused a laser on your forehead. Lasers are used for thousands of medical, industrial, commercial, and tech uses. For this article, though, we’ll discuss how lasers are used in rangefinders to determine how far a shooter is standing from the intended target.
Laser rangefinders have become an essential tool for today’s target shooter and hunter. A dependable rangefinder can save lots of cartridges at the range when the shooter doesn’t have to guess the distance of the target. Of course in the field, the hunter has only one opportunity to get the proper range and usually has to accomplish it quickly. This article will review three popular laser rangefinders, discuss the pros and cons of each, and compare their ratings.