Rangefinder suggestions

JohnyLu90

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Hey y’all,
So after 12 years (or maybe even a bit longer) my bushnell yardage pro scout has **** the bed. I honestly haven’t even tried any of the new ones since I had this one and it was solid the whole time I had it. Any suggestions on brands to check out? I’m not a long range guy obviously with trad and even with a rifle as well. I just want a good reliable rangefinder. Let me know your thoughts.
 
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mowbizz

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I was gifted a Nikon years ago. Nice unit although I don’t use it much except for sighting in guns and crossbows.
 

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Leapould /lifetime no question asked warrenty and they stand behind it on all their products
 
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I e had the same Nikon for close to 15 years, maybe longer. I’ve only changed the battery once. It’s been a great one. I use it a ton too. My buddy just bought a vortex and it seems to be a good one also.
 

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I don't know a ton about them, but my dad has a Bushnell thats a total turd.
My oldest has a Nikon that I used and was really impressed.
My cousin has a Nikon that I don't think he's even changed the battery in 10yrs of use, and he uses it non stop during bow season.
 

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I was gifted a Nikon many years ago by an ex-gf that works great. I don’t know the model offhand but it’s a “something”’800 😊 ( for 800 yd capability I assume)
 




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