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    10x42 Swarovski el's , Leica 1600 range finder,10/33/50 vortex razor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CODAK View Post
    I'm a 10X50 guy for all bowhunting situations. There are always in my bivy and hardly can tell they are there I've worn them so much. I like the size to be able to figure out tactics for a stalk without using a spotter. Or make the call on a bull that is in the timber in a point restricted area. Makes judging easier, stalks easier. I pair it with a tripod for lengthy glassing scenarios or if I really want to judge an animal. If I can't tell it's a shooter with these binos then I am crazy. Spotters are for scouting, this set up is for hunting. From the whitetail woods to highcountry of Colorado it works like a charm for me. I would never go less, never go more!
    What do you use for a rangefinder?

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    Solid combo!

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    Some good combos on here, I like what I am seeing! Thanks for the input guys!

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    Been running 10x42 vipers/Leopold rx1200 rf for about 5 years but was able to upgrade to 10x42 swaro. ELs this year as I won a pair in a raffle.


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    I use the Cabela's Euros 10x42 and an older Leupold rangefinder, I think RF600 or something. They both have done me very good for archery, muzzleloader, and rifle.

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    I use the same ancient pair of Leupold Wind River binos for all hunting and my rangefinder fits in my shirt pocket. I don't know why anyone would need to use different binos for different hunts.
    When all the trees have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the waters are polluted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gr8bawana View Post
    I use the same ancient pair of Leupold Wind River binos for all hunting and my rangefinder fits in my shirt pocket. I don't know why anyone would need to use different binos for different hunts.
    Are those the 9x45 porro prisms From the early 90s? I have a pair of those and still use them in my work truck.

    Richard

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    Vortex Diamondback 10x42 and a Nikon Arrow ID 5000. Sometimes the Nikon monarchs.

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    I have a pair of Zeiss Conquests 10x42 binos and have two rangefinders. A Leica 1600 and a vortex 1000. I don?t really use the vortex anymore even for a archery rangefinder because the Leica is much nicer. However the vortex 1000 rangefinder is a fantastic rangefinder for archery hunting.
    I?d go with a nicer pair of binos if you can


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