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Been looking at Bushnell Yardage Pro Rangefinders

Within that brand - which model would you prefer to use with a crossbow ????
 

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Love this one

I love this one, scope and range finder in one with mil dots..for yardage weighs less then my tru glow lighted reticle scope,works great on a crossbow..
 

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Bill ignore the above stupid crap. I guess next he will want a Swarovski on his bow. If you are goingto shoot out of tree then look at the 2-3 models that Busnell sells that have the ARC to calculate true horizontal range from the elevated stand. If you are on the ground....get an Nikon Archer's Choice.
 

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my 8 year old son and 12 year old daughter who do not know yardage that well benefit from this setup,And it helps them learn,he asked a question i answered, it really is a cool crossbow setup you can see yardage inside of scope without all the movement and we are ground blind hunters not tree stand hunters..it is a bushnell yardage pro, rangefinder../scope.
This was a bushnell specific question was it not concerning yardage pro?
This forum is to discuss products we have experience with correct?
 

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recurveman said:
Bill ignore the above stupid crap. I guess next he will want a Swarovski on his bow. If you are goingto shoot out of tree then look at the 2-3 models that Busnell sells that have the ARC to calculate true horizontal range from the elevated stand. If you are on the ground....get an Nikon Archer's Choice.
The archers choice is designed for use in a tree stand. Why would you want it if you are "on the ground?"
 

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I thought I read somewhere,
that a rifle scope (like the one on your Horton)
would not work on a crossbow ????

It had something to do with reverse recoil (like an air rifle)
 

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With my back/neck...I only hunt from the ground

I have never seen the reason for hurting myself
(more than I already am)
by climbing up a tree :)
 

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YES it is...

Been pumping Iron lately,
preparing for my fight with the anti's of Oklahoma

when I am not eating Bar-B-Que with robk :)
 

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BillBeckOKC said:
With my back/neck...I only hunt from the ground

I have never seen the reason for hurting myself
(more than I already am)
by climbing up a tree :)
I hear ya Brother
 

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I have a yardage pro and it works good for me.
I wish it was illuminated,hard to see early and late.
I like the bushnell scope/rangefinder.Nice set up.
 

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i use a nikon yardage pro and it works great and i use my horton scope to get my animal with and never had a problem
rob k
 
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