Look, click, and measure. Take the guesswork out of distance with these accurate rangefinders offered by EuroOptic’s manufacturers, including Gunwerks, Leica, Swarovski, Vortex, Zeiss, and many more.
Using infrared laser technology that is not visible to humans, laser rangefinders bounce a concentrated beam of light off a target and measure the time it takes for it to return - thereby gathering the distance from the finder to the target. The implications of technology like this to shooters, hunters, and many others is obvious - it makes calculating distances a point-and-click operation.
Curious where to start? Most rangefinder pricing is based around the power and precision of the laser, and so by determining this distances you'll need to measure, you can determine which rangefinder is right for you. Generally, the lower the distance, the more inexpensive the devices will be, but there are other factors as well. For instance, archery hunters may need to make sure that the minimum distance of the rangefinder is low enough for them.