You might have a time believing this, but it's fact. I'm very new to getting into a crossbow, as I'm still waiting for my crossbow to get delivered. But I'm teaching myself the do's and don'ts, and ordering everything I want to equip my crossbow and make life enjoyable. SO I did spend probably a day reviewing rangefinders in a comfortable price category of $300 and ordered the Sig Sauer Buckmaster 1500 laser 6x22 Red on Amazon Canada for $297 (after taxes) But the Rangefinder that really caught my eye was the Leupold RX-1400i TBR/W laser rangefinder with the red display on Amazon Canada for $495 (with taxes.) So last night I happened to Google around snooping at sporting good stores in Canada and came across that Leupold 1400 in an Ontario store for $305 plus tax ($327 total, with free freight.) I'm thrilled, canceled my Amazon Buckmaster order and ordered the Leupold. At least now I don't need to sew up a case to store the sig Sauer when not in use, and the hard covers all seem to be to small for the size of that Buckmaster plus another $35. Quite a price difference between Amazon and Sail (Ontario independent sporting good store.) SO I paid $327 for Leupold, or $297 for Buckmaster, $30 dollars more. And if I could have found a hard case for the Buckmaster they'd been the same money at the end of the day. Both very good rangefinders from reviews and videos, BUT I don't think equal...