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I belong to a gun range but don't like it. Most of my target practice in in the woods ,weather permitting. Anyone here Actually own and recommend an accurate range finder for under 250.00 ? thanks ahead of time JT
 

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I appreciate the info. I will probably go with the Leica. I have used their optics in other equipment and found it accurate. Thank you both for sharing your thoughts and typing. JT
 

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I belong to a gun range but don't like it. Most of my target practice in in the woods ,weather permitting. Anyone here Actually own and recommend an accurate range finder for under 250.00 ? thanks ahead of time JT
If you ever gonna need a new one, here's my 2 cents:
For sub 250, I'd say look into Vortex and maybe some Sig or Bushnell rangefinders. I'm pretty sure my Bushnells Engage was around 200 when I got it from Gun Store | Shooting Sports Gear | GritrSports.com/ last year, but with all the inflation it might be a bit more expensive. Leupold usually is around 200-400, so depending how much wiggle room you have, it's not a bad choice.
 
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