Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Best Hunting Rangefinder For the Money 2017

Best Hunting Rangefinder For the Money 2017 was originally published to

Best Hunting Rangefinder For the Money 2017 - We put together our top 3 bestsellersIf you consider yourself a devoted hunter, you’ll know that investing in a good quality rangefinder is a must. Whether you’re hunting with a rifle or bow, at the simple press of a button you’ll be able to experience a wide range of benefits and be one step ahead of your prey and competitors. In the past a rangefinder was considered a luxury for hunters, but these days they are so developed and affordable that we decided to compile a list of the three best hunting rangefinders for the money to help you select one that will work for you!

Vortex Optics Ranger 1000Vortex Optics Ranger 1000 with Horizontal Component Distance Rangefinder RRF-101

The Ranger 1000 rangefinder from Vortex can be described as compact and lightweight. At only 3.9 x 3 inches and weighing as little as 0.5 pounds, this rangefinder is perfect for hunters who are constantly on the move and need a device that will eliminate the guesswork for them while still being a comfortable fit.  On top of this, the Ranger 1000 is also waterproof and built with a rugged design. This is great since you’ll be able to enjoy hunting in tough situations and harsh weather conditions without having to worry about your rangefinder letting you down during these times. Overall, this rangefinder is a good buy for the money with these and more features that will make your hunting experience a blast!

In a hurry? ==>> Click for pricing and any available discounts on the Ranger 1000

Sig Sauer Kilo 2000 Yard GraphiteSig Sauer Kilo 2000 Yard Graphite Rangefinder, 7 x 25mm

Sig Sauer created the Kilo 2000 Graphite Rangefinder with one concept in mind: long-range success. Any great hunter knows that timing is everything when out in the field and when the Kilo 2000 was designed, this was definitely thought about! This rangefinder has revolutionary light wave DSP technology which makes it range faster it long distances while still providing excellent accuracy and when put in scan mode, it refreshes 4x faster per second! A built in inclinometer allows you to read incline and decline angles and helps to modify the effective ballistic shooting range to your chosen target. This feature increases your chances of having a perfect shot every time – no matter the situation! Unique benefits are what makes one rangefinder stand out between the rest and the features on the Kilo 2000 are definitely not found on any rangefinder out there.

In a hurry? ==>> Click for pricing and any available discounts on the Kilo 2000

TecTecTec ProWildTecTecTec ProWild Hunting Rangefinder - Laser Range Finder for Hunting with Speed, Scan and Normal

The name says it al – hunt like a pro with the ProWild hunting rangefinder from TecTectec. Gain some advantage on your prey by getting closer to them without taking a single step with this rangefinder in hand. This device measures not only distance but speed as well to make sure that every shot you take is a kill shot. If you’re an adventures hunter, the ProWild will become your best friend with its rainproof durable body that allows you to use it at every single hunting outing. Never again miss out on that perfect target with this rangefinder by your side!

In a hurry? ==>> Click for pricing and any available discounts on the TecTectec ProWild

Completing the search for the best hunting rangefinder for the money

Finding the best hunting rangefinder for the money is not an easy task or something that should be done in a hurry, but with the rangefinders listed above your journey has just been made more convenient! You would have noticed that all the rangefinders mentioned above eliminate guesswork, help you get closer and make sure about targets and best of all are convenient to carry around. These great features are provided while still buying something that is affordable. We recommended the three product above, but you feel that we did a great rangefinder injustice by not adding it to our list, let us know below!

Thanks for reading! Make sure to visit our website at

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Best Inexpensive Binoculars 2017 – Revealing my top 3 affordable picks

Best Inexpensive Binoculars 2017 – Revealing my top 3 affordable picks is republished from

Best Inexpensive Binoculars 2017 - Revealing my top 3 affordable picksA good pair of binoculars should be comfortable, clear and lightweight enough to be able to carry with you in the woods or wherever you'll need them. They should also work in low light situations and provide good magnification for your needs. When shopping for binoculars, prices can vary widely. Listed below are what I consider some of the best inexpensive binoculars. They may not have all of the high-end attributes of some of the more expensive sets, but they will get the job done at a price point that won't break the bank.

Redfield Rebel 10x41mmRedfield Rebel 10x42mm Binocular

Weighing in at just over a pound and a half, the Redfield Rebel packs a lot of usefulness in a small aluminum frame. The multicoated lenses feature BAK4 prisms providing great brightness and clarity. The eyepieces twist up and down to accommodate viewers with or without glasses. These binoculars worked great both morning and dusk as I was able to see objects rather clearly regardless of the light levels. My only complaint was that the lens covers aren't attached to the body of the binoculars, causing me more than once to drop them. Not a huge deal once I was used to it, but something I like in other sets.

In a hurry? ==>> Click for pricing and any available discounts on the Redfield Rebel

Polaris Optics WideViews 8X42 HDPolaris Optics WideViews 8X42 HD Professional Bird Watching Binoculars.

The Polaris Optics WideViews gave me some of the most spectacular viewing I've ever seen through a binocular. The zooming on these is amazing and being able to see a 430-foot arc blew my mind! These binoculars come with a nylon mesh carrying case and the body is nitrogen filled, which makes it so the lenses won't fog up in any weather. The top has a rubberized covering aiding in grip. The only negative thing I can say about these binoculars is that zooming and focusing is a bit tricky at first with two knobs handling the job. If you are hunting or bird watching, these won't be the quickest binoculars to get you both focused and zoomed until you get accustomed to the system.

In a hurry? ==>> Click for pricing and any available discounts on the Polaris Optics WideViews

Nikon 8252 ACULON A211 10-22x50Nikon 8252 ACULON A211 10-22x50 Zoom Binocular (Black)

These binoculars are like the workhorse of the bunch. They weigh a bit more than the others but aren't uncomfortable to use at all. While the color in these isn't quite as sharp as some of the others the clarity in this pair is easily the best of the bunch. The body is rubberized and feels very durable, the set also comes with a carrying strap. What I liked the most about this Nikon set was it worked right out of the bag. I didn't need to adjust them, I didn't need to read a manual on how to get the most out of them. They just worked exactly the way I needed them to as soon as I got them.

In a hurry? ==>> Click for pricing and any available discounts on the Nikon 8252

Wrapping up our search for the best inexpensive binoculars

In conclusion, you can spend a lot of money on a good pair of binoculars and I'm sure some professionals will say you are spending your money wisely. But, if you just need a good set of binoculars for hunting, bird watching or just seeing distant things up close for whatever reason any of the binoculars listed will do the job very well. If I were to purchase only one of these sets, I'd go with the Nikon 8252 as they just seem to have everything I want in a good, inexpensive set of binoculars. But, you can't go wrong with any of them. What do you think of our list? Is there a set you would have added instead? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

Thanks for reading! Be sure to visit our site at The Binoculars Guy