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Nikon Optics | Answered 12 hours ago


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Optics | Answered 23 hours ago


Have you tried an ophthalmologist ?

The Optics | Answered Yesterday


Click on this ULR and then click.on "parts diagram".

https://support.crosman.com/hc/en-us/articles/207998836-CCICE7B-ICEMAN-Owner-s-Manual-EVP-2007-Current-

Crosman Optics | Answered Yesterday


If you want to buy a rangefinder then you would have a question at some point. Can you use a rangefinder for both golfing and hunting? Can you save a few bucks buying one rangefinder?
The answer is Yes, you can. You can use a laser rangefinder for both activities if you choose a smart device that has features to serve both golfing and hunting adequately. You just need to know the basic differences between golf and hunting rangefinders and some limitations.
Fast of all you have to know, what is golf rangefinder and hunting rangefinder.
Golf Rangefinder Golf rangefinders seek for the nearest flag stick for the measuring the distance in an open field.
Hunting Rangefinder
The rangefinders always are in "Distant Target Mode" by default to spot wildlife in wooden terrains. This target set automatically ignores close objects that could obstruct your view.

Here I wrote the 3 difference, you should remember that:

1. First Target And Distant Target Modes

Golfers need "First Target Mode" to detect the near objects like flag or pin in an open golf ground. Hunting rangefinders rarely good at detecting close objects. For hunting, "Distant Target Mode" is appropriate to range a target past the wood. Modern rangefinders come with toggling options between both first target and distant target modes, but they are expensive.
2.Quick And Accurate Reading
Golfing rangefinders detect the object quickly, and hunting rangefinders give the accurate reading. It is true that golf rangefinders do not need to be as precise as hunting one. Hunters want to make sure that their prey can be perfectly located.
3. Magnification Strength
You might be aware of the fact that Hunting rangefinders always have more magnification than the Golf Rangefinders. Golfers need the distance of the next hole, which could be maximum 400 yards. For the bow hunters and hunting, 400 yards rangefinders are also appropriate. In case of rifle hunting or long-distance shooting sports, you will be needed maximum 1000 to 1500 yards ranges.

Now you know what the basic differences between the golf and hunting rangefinders are. You can start choosing your suitable one.

The Optics | Answered 2 days ago


'Number Unobtainable' - is this Area Code 615 ?

Bushnell Optics | Answered 2 days ago


How is this query related to 'Optics' in any shape, size or fashion?

Be that as it may, two options are to contact the mfr, or use Google.

Optics | Answered on Jul 15, 2019


More detailed information would enable us to help you.

Tasco Optics | Answered on Jul 13, 2019


At Last !!!!!

I have been waiting for someone to say this for absolutely ages ! Well done and thank you.

BTW, what does it mean ?

Optics | Answered on Jul 10, 2019


You have given us a lot of information, but have not told us what you expect of us. Also, you have put this post in the Optics forum, but I can see no reference to any optical equipment in the post.

The Optics | Answered on Jul 09, 2019


P3 - what ? Year - no idea. Value - Vr2020 does not do valuations. Have a nice day.

Optics | Answered on Jul 09, 2019

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