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Vortex Optics Ranger Laser Rangefinder Review

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Do you love hunting or consider it as a hobby? Either way, you have good news. Vortex ranger 1300 rangefinder has come with higher capacity and more intuitive features to help hunters. It is capable of ranging up to 1300 yards. It enables you to measure a long distance with improved precision. In this Ranger Laser Rangefinder review, we will share how you can drop your target by using this sharp long-distance calculator.

Vortex ranger 1300 rangefinder is perfect for veterans who intend to take long distance shot with dead on accuracy as the display has various light conditions to offer richer visibility. So, there are few chances to miss the target. You will come to know a detail about the performance of this vortex ranger rangefinder through this Ranger Laser Rangefinder review.

Maybe, you love to enjoy the sunset. If your aim is so, you will see that the sun stays approximately 35 degrees off the horizon as you see it behind a herd of cows using this vortex ranger 1300 rangefinder. You can also range everything that you look around the house through this HCD mode display.

Feature Analysis

1.HCD mode displays

Horizontal component distance mode displays an angle distance reading. The display is easy to read. This type of display provides self-explanatory menu, and the HCD mode display supports a high level of performance as it increases the sharpness of this rangefinder.

2.LOS mode

The LOS mode gives you the straight distance between you and the target object. LOS mode allows you to calculate a long distance before taking a difficult angled shot. LOS mode is basically for aiming the target at distance quickly

3.Scan mode

A scouring feature continuously provides distance measurement of both fixed and running target. There are three illumination settings. The function of these settings is to keep the display visible all the time either in bright or poor light condition. Scouring mode of the laser rangefinder will provide you up to date information of the target while you scanning the range.

4.Multi-layered lens arrangement

A multi-layered lens arrangement is placed both on the outside and inside of the glass of the optics. The function of this arrangement is to minimize the light reflection so that you get a clear and crisp image of the target object.

5.Neck stripe and detachable clip

The neck string and detachable clip make the Ranger easy to carry and within reach. So, it protects from scratches or rust. This detachable clip also protects the display from the water. So, this highly equipped utility clip makes this rangefinder for lasting a long period.

Specifications

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7″ X 4.2″ X 2.8″
  • Ranging Limit: Up to 1,300 yards
  • Item model number: RRF-131
  • Batterie: 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.

Pros

  • Enhances visibility of the targets
  • Rubber armor provides a strong grip
  • Capable of measuring up to 1300 yards.
  • Lightweight to carry

Cons

  • Three press process for a fix on the target

Final Verdict

From this Ranger Laser Rangefinder review, we did not find any significant pitfall of this vortex laser that cannot be handled. We have mentioned that the process of fixing a target is not so much easier as you may be expected. Though this step process is not so much flexible for setting a target, it ensures the visibility with a precision.

You can handle these difficulties within a few minutes. You have to take three clicks. First of all, you have to click to take a reading of the menu then click to turn it on and finally click to turn on the ‘’X’’. In this Ranger Laser Rangefinder review, we share this instruction so that you can take a quick target to overcome this pitfall.

Finally, we would like to note that if you want to have a rangefinder that can take the ranges faster, fit and finish even more delicate shots, this vortex optics ranger 1300 will be highly appreciable. Hope that you would enjoy using this rangefinder.

Good luck!!!

About the author

Robert Stevens

A Seasoned Hunter

It’s been several years that Robert, a retired teacher and a proud dad, has silently been piling up mature bucks down the South. This humble hunter began his hunting journey at quite an early age and since then, he spent countless hours in the woods and learned good lessons in terms of woodsmanship. Along the way, he also made money sharing his skill with his followers and well-wishers.

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