Bushnell G Force DX 6 x 21 mm - Telémetro láser de caza, color camuflaje
- Instrumento óptico: telémetro compacto (caza / aire libre)
- Aumento: 6x
- Objetivo de la lente: 21 mm
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Ampliación: 6x. Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 33 x 102 x 74 mm. Funda de transporte. Peso: 227 g. Tipo de batería: CR2. Voltaje de la pila: 3V.
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I couldn't find many competitors that offered these features in such a small package so this is the rangefinder I decided to go with.
The g-force dx ARC rangefinder is programmable for rifle and bow modes. Bow mode gives you the highest point of travel of your arrow so that you don't take a shot with overhead obstructions of the arrow's flight path. Rifle mode allows you to program your caliber (based on 30 or so presets) so that you will know your holdover or turret adjustments for your scope. This is a pretty neat feature to have, but I use ballistics apps which are more precise for the specific load I shoot with. Switching between modes is easy, but I have found that I prefer the standard mode as opposed to using the special features.
The display is an illuminated red display that can be very bright in low light conditions. I thought I would be able to use a standard black display like other rangefinders use, but you only get one option: illuminated red. On a bright day, it's VERY difficult to see, even on the highest brightness setting. I find myself clicking the range button, then covering the optical lens afterward so that I can see the display reading. You can shoot your range then point it into a shadowy area and read it well also. This isn't a deal breaker for me but might be for others.
Accuracy is very good. The furthest I've gotten on a large reflective target, a house up the mountain, is 1377 yards.
In the woods, trying to range through branches can be tough. I do the click and hold "scan" method to make sure I'm getting the distance beyond the limbs/branches instead of getting blocked by them.
At far distances you really need to hold it steady to get a good reading. a cheap tripod works well for this since the rangefinder has built-in threading to be used on one.
Durability is fantastic. I have used it hanging from my neck in pouring rain conditions, as well as below freezing conditions and it has no trouble ranging at all. Occasionally if i have it inside my jacket during the walk to the treestand the optical lenses will fog up, but they have a protective coating that prevents scratches so I can feel confident in just wiping them with a gloved finger without fear of damaging a lens.
The rubber finish is nice for grip and the body is a strong metal/plastic that I feel confident will hold up over time.
The 6x zoom is very nice to use in the treestand. I don't feel the need to carry binoculars as I can use this for quick glassing if I see movement.
Focus adjustments are as easy as turning the objective but I don't find myself needing to use them often.
For the price, this thing is exactly what I was looking for. It ranges accurately and has proven to be reliable in any outdoor conditions.
ranges out to 1300 + adjustable brightness little blurry at highest setting. wish I could change the color, its red. but i'm very happy, its very accurate. very nicely priced. I do seam to hit the mode button a little frequently do to its location and lack of recess. but hey I can live with it. it ranges FAST. 2 clicks and you have yardage.