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Bushnell Scout DX 1000 ARC Laser Rangefinders

Bushnell Scout DX 1000 ARC Laser Rangefinders

Description

The Bushnell Scout DX 1000 ARC Laser Rangefinders are sleek, simple, and incredible effective.

Features

  • Built in inclinometer provides ARC
  • Diopter adjustment for crystal clear viewing
  • Compatible with magnetic attachment system
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$441.45
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Sleek, simple and deadly effective - all with the push of a button. Then, like lightning, Scout DX 1000 ARC acquires the target with built-in E.S.P. Turboprocessor. ARC calculates compensated distance based on terrain angle to give you an accurate "shoots like" reading out to 99 yards - even displaying 1/10th yard out to 199 yards.

With selectable Bow and Rifle Modes, each with their own specialized capabilities, it performs like two units in one. All housed inside a sleek, rubber-armored unit that?s small enough to fit in your pocket, yet tough enough to withstand any weather or terrain.

Features:

  • 6x magnification
  • E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision.) Provides up to 1/2 yard accuracy and 1/10th yard display precision
  • ARC Bow Mode - provides true horizontal distance out to 99 yards
  • ARC Rifle Mode - provides bullet-drop/holdover in inches, MOA & Mil
  • VSI (Variable Sight-in) Bullseye, Brush, and Scan mode
  • Range: 5-1000 yards
  • Fully waterproof
  • Carrying case, battery, and neck strap included
  • Posi-Thread battery door
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Bushnell Scout DX 1000 ARC Laser Rangefinders 202355 Scout DX 1000 ARC laser rangefider, 6 x 21mm, black
$300.43
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Bushnell Scout DX 1000 ARC Laser Rangefinders 202356 Scout DX 1000 ARC laser rangefider, 6 x 21mm, camo
$320.90
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