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Rangefinding binos
Oct 26th, 2019 at 9:50pm
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Iím looking to buy a some rangefinding binoculars but canít decide on Leica or Swarovski.
Is there anyone with experience of both brand, what did you choose and why.
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Re: Rangefinding binos
Reply #1 - Oct 28th, 2019 at 11:54am
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Leica have the ballistic menu that you can set-up to match your scope.
Simple to use and very reliable
  
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Re: Rangefinding binos
Reply #2 - Oct 29th, 2019 at 5:44pm
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Thanks, none of my friends own these binoculars so any any feedback on the pros and cons of these brands is appreciated
  
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Re: Rangefinding binos
Reply #3 - Oct 31st, 2019 at 5:41pm
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Top end glass is very similar in performance, differences are in ergonomic design, weight, shape and range finding range. I have Zeiss rf10x45, my son has Swarvo rf10x42  optically no difference between them however his range to 2000m where the zeiss stop at 1700. Both have ballistic compensating programmes. Shop around and see what sort of a deal you can get. That may be the difference.
  

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