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Old September 8, 2019, 04:59 PM   #4
logeorge
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Join Date: December 24, 2007
Location: Ardmore, AL
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Serious prarie dog shooters used the similar military surplus Barr & Stroud range finders back in the '80s, before laser range finders came out. They were hard to find and expensive then. I expect they would work as well as ever, but would be bulky, slow and awkward compared to modern rangefinders. I never used one, couldn't afford them, and laser types were too new on the market. I decided to wait until the accuracy of the laser units improved and the price came down, then never got around to buying one. Haven't been dog shooting since 2000.
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