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112180 color-mossy-oak, leupold, optics, over-300, Ranglefinders NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
112180 color-mossy-oak, leupold, optics, over-300, Ranglefinders NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
112180 color-mossy-oak, leupold, optics, over-300, Ranglefinders NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
112180 color-mossy-oak, leupold, optics, over-300, Ranglefinders NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
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Leupold RX-1000i TBR with DNA Digital Laser Rangefinder

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What happens when you combine our exclusive True Ballistic Ranging® (TBR) technology with our new lightning-fast Digitally eNhanced Accuracy (DNA) engine? All the odds tip in your favor. TBR matches incline, range to target, and your ballistics information to put you right on the mark, every time. The RX-1000i TBR with DNA is simply the smartest, most advanced laser rangefinder you can put in your pocket.

DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy)

Leupold has has achieved a remarkable advancement in digital laser rangefinding. Our next generation rangefinder engine pushes the envelope forward to reach greater precision at larger distances and with increased speed. Leupold rangefinders with DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) are able to deliver faster and more precise results, accurate to within 1/10 of a yard – against all background colors and textures.

True Ballistic Range (TBR)

Not only will you have accurate laser range finding capabilities to 1,000 yards, with True Ballistic Range® technology matched to your rifle’s ballistics, you get the ballistics range to the target shown as a holdover point, an MOA adjustment, or the equivalent horizontal distance.The RX™-1000i TBR has Four True Ballistic Range readouts for rifle shooters.MOA: The minutes of angle of elevation to adjust your riflescope for precise zero.HOLD: The number of inches or centimeters to hold over or under aim point on target.MIL: The milliradians of angle of elevation to adjust your riflescope for precise zero.BAS: The equivalent horizontal range for which you should hold for use with your bullet’s ballistics.

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