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    FYI! Don't ever buy the leupold rx600 was a good price and that's about it. Not sure if I can even get 250 yds from it, ok for archery, but definitely not out west, so may as well get a different one.

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    Kind of glad this got bumped up. Was planning on upgrading my laser and binoculars this year. Currently using leica 1000. Which i really like, just would like the angle compensation past 600yds for target shooting this spring and summer. Probably just get the newest version.

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    I also have not been impressed with my leopold angle compensating rangefinder. It just does not seem to give me range distances. my old leica circa 2000, was a much better range finder.

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    Sig Kilo is the top dog now.

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    I know this thread is old, but if we're still discussing I have the Leica 1600-R and it's great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WapitiBob View Post
    Sig Kilo is the top dog now.
    Pretty reasonably priced to!
    I bought a whiskey 3 sig rifle scope this year, seems pretty darn nice to me!

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    Easy to use. Battery life lasted about 6 months. I only golf about 3 times a month but a replacement battery is easy to find at Walmart. This is what the average golfer trying to get better needs, takes the guess out of shot distance and saves about 4 strokes a game. Compact and the case is well made. Case has a loop to put your belt through it but I do not like phones or items on my hips while I am playing. I just loop it through the bag holder on the cart and its ready to use on my next shot. Great product for the money.

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    Sig are the best. They give the fastest readout from any rangefinder I've tested. I heard they are Gen 3 lasers but can't find anything on the website stating so.

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    I'm very happy with my Sig Kilo 2000, although I have on and off issues with the battery cap not making a good connection. I understand Sig is aware of this issue and will take care of it under warranty. Now that were getting into the off season i'll send it in for the upgrade.

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    I have the Leica Geovid 10x42 HD-B binos and have been very impressed with both the glass and rangefinder. These are coming down in price and well worth a look if a guy wants both in one unit.

    I've never had an issue with either not being great. I do replace the battery every fall no matter if it needs it or not. I don't want it to fail on a hunt I spent way more than a battery to go on. The battery I take out goes along in the truck just in case.

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