Bushnell, the undisputed leader in laser rangefinder technology, introduces a rugged new compact lightweight unit for 2012.
The new G-Force 1300 ARC laser rangefinder has a host of features that will appeal to a wide range of hunters and shooters. The unit features ranging capabilities out to 1300 yards reflective, 900 yards to objects like trees and 500 yards to deer.
It has a 6x magnification eyepiece with adjustable diopter setting. The unit is fully waterproof and has the patented Bushnell RainGuard HD permanent lens coating for a clear bright view in inclement weather.
The G-Force 1300 ARC uses Bushnell Vivid Display Technology, which provides a bright clear display that is easy to read in both low light or bright conditions.
It also has the Bushnell Angle Range Compensation (ARC) technology, which calculates the hold for rifle or archery shooters based on the angle to the target. In addition, it is enhanced with Variable Sight-in Distance (VSI) for rifle shooters, allowing them to set the holdover/bullet drop information, available in either MOA or inches, and select between 100, 150, 200 and 300 yard sight-in distances for accurate information at the push of a button. VSI also provides users with shot angle information from -90 to +90 degrees.
The G-Force 1300 ARC uses the new E.S.P. (Extreme Speed Precision) turbo processor for faster target acquisition. Accuracy is 1/10 yard at 5-125 yards. The unit is built with a rugged metal housing and features a rubber armor coating. It also comes with a built in tripod mount.
Minimum advertised price for the G-Force 1300 ARC is $399.99.
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