WIN a Leica Rangemaster CRF 2000-B compact rangefinder worth £666
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The Leica Rangemaster CRF 2000-B is the first compact rangefinder in the premium segment to offer hunters three ballistic outputs in addition to
the measured distance. Depending on the ballistic data required, the Leica Rangemaster CRF 2000-B provides either equivalent horizontal range (EHR) up to a distance of 1,100m/1,200 yards, the holdover value, or the number of clicks to set on the riflescope – now, if required, in 0.1 minute of angle (MOA) increments.
To further increase the precision of the ballistic values output by the Leica Rangemaster CRF 2000-B, it now also features an integrated inclinometer and air pressure and temperature sensors.
All of this makes the Leica Rangemaster CRF 2000-B an unbeatable all-rounder that provides both hunters and ambitious long-range marksmen with all the decisive and shot-target-relevant ballistic parameters they need for placing precise and ethically correct shots in any hunting situation.
The Rangemaster CRF 2000-B determines all-important parameters with exceptional precision in only 0.3 seconds. Thanks to its compact size and a weight of only 180g/6.4oz, it can be stowed away comfortably in any jacket or vest pocket. Its outstanding optical system, with 7x magnification, guarantees optimum brightness and clarity and a broad field of view.
Leica CRF Rangemaster laser rangefinders have been an invaluable tool for hunters for many years. They combine high-quality optics and rugged and reliable engineering with complex, yet easy to use, electronics in a compact and handy body.
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Front lens diameter: 24 mm
Field of view at 1000 m / y: 115 m / 347 ft.
Eye relief: 15 mm / 0.6 in
Diopter compensation: ± 3.5 diopters
Measuring range: 10 m / yds to 1825 m / 2000 yds
Measuring accuracy: ± 1 m/yds to 500 m/yds. ± 2 m/yds to 1825 m/yds
Display: highly improved LED display with four digits, easily legible in any light
Lens coating: HDC® Multicoating, AquaDura®
Waterproof to: 1 m / 3.2 ft
Dimensions (L x H x D): 113 x 75 x 34 mm / 4.5 x 2.25 x 1.25 in
Weight: 180 g incl. battery / 6.4 oz incl. battery
Meter/Yard selection: yes, by software
Measuring modes: Single mode, scan mode
EHR: linear distance, equivalent horizontal range (EHR) up to 1100 m / 1200 yds
Ballistic functionality: Holdover information and click adjustment information
Angle reading: Yes