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Leupold Rx-Ii Digital Rangefinder monocular 61455 from Leupold

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Manufacturer Description

With a built-in inclinometer, the RX-II calculates the ballistics range to your target, then displays it as a holdover aim point, an MOA adjustment, or the equivalent horizontal distance. 6x magnification gives you plenty of power, with a wide field of view to track movement. Rugged, weatherproof construction. Scan mode continuously updates the range as you track a target or scan an area. The precision thermometer gives you digital readings in ¿C or ¿F. Accurate to 750 yards, with measurements in feet, yards, or meters. The Quick Set Rotary Menu® is easy to use, for fast customization of your RX-II. Also includes the Quick Start Mode. Available with Mossy Oak® Obsession® camo, Mossy Oak Treestand¿ camo, or two-tone black/gray finish. Battery power indicator for easy battery level checks. The common CR2 lithium camera battery is easy to change in the field. Multiple Ballistics Settings¿RX rangefinders with True Ballistic Range (TBR®) provide accurate aiming information matched to the performance of your rifle or bow. By calculating the incline, line of sight range to the target, and a projectile¿s ballistics, your RX provides rifle hunters using Leupold Ballistics Aiming System¿ reticles as well as bow hunters the correct equivalent horizontal distance for precise shooting on an incline. In other words, aim using the True Ballistic Range, not the line of sight range. Rifle hunters can also get this data as an MOA adjustment or a holdover point. With practice, long distance/steep angle shooting will become second nature. Dial in your RX to one of seven TBR ballistics settings for the rifle and three for the bow for incredible accuracy. TBR is effective to 800 yards for most rifle cartridges.

The ultimate rangefinder for bow hunters with accurate range measurement to 750 yards, the Leupold RX-II Digital Rangefinder Monocular includes True Ballistic Range technology for greater precision than a mere straight line measurement to your target. With a built-in inclinometer, the RX-II calculates the ballistics range to your target, then displays it as a holdover aim point, an MOA adjustment, or the equivalent horizontal distance. It also offers a precision thermometer that gives you digital readings and Leupold's exclusive Match 13 Reticle System with fast access to each of the 13 reticles. The 6x magnification gives you plenty of power, with a wide field of view to track movement, and the scan mode continuously updates the range as you track a target or scan an area. Other features include power from a common CR2 lithium camera battery (easy to change in the field), battery power indicator, and rugged, weatherproof construction.



Bow hunting with True Ballistic Range technology.
The True Ballistic Range (TBR) technology provides accurate aiming information matched to the performance of your rifle or bow. By calculating the incline, line of sight range to the target, and a projectile's ballistics, the RX-II provides rifle hunters using Leupold Ballistics Aiming System reticles as well as bow hunters the correct equivalent horizontal distance for precise shooting on an incline. In other words, aim using the True Ballistic Range, not the line of sight range. Rifle hunters can also get this data as an MOA adjustment or a holdover point. With practice, long distance/steep angle shooting will become second nature.

With the RX Series, you can do something you can't do with any other rangefinder: use multiple modes at once to tailor your readings to the conditions. For example: scouting a whitetail in the rain? Use Rain Mode and 1st Target Mode at the same time to achieve the most accurate range possible. Only RX rangefinders give you the ability to adapt to changing conditions like this. Leupold’s exclusive Quick Set Rotary Menu is intuitive and easy to use, giving you fast access to all the incredible performance modes of your new RX rangefinder.

The useful carrying case features a bungee/hook closure for silent operation in the field, a battery, a dog clip for attaching to your pack, and an internal pocket for carrying batteries, instructions and other items. This package also includes a lanyard and tripod thread, allowing steady mounting for accurate target acquisition.



Leupold's Quick Set Rotary Menu (above) and Match 13 Reticle System (below).
Specifications:
  • Actual magnification: 6x
  • Linear field of view: 325 feet @ 1000 yards/100 meters @ 1000 meters
  • Angular field of view: 6 degrees
  • Objective aperture: 23mm
  • Twilight factor: 11.7
  • Exit pupil: 3.8mm
  • Eye relief: 21mm
  • Close focus distance: 18 feet/5.5 meters
  • Maximum range: 750 yards
  • Minimum range: 3 yards
  • Weight: 6.8 ounces
  • Length: 4 inches

Match 13 Reticle System
Another customizable feature of the RX rangefinder is the Match 13 Reticle System. Choose from longtime favorites and unique new offerings, tailoring your reticle to terrain and game you're hunting. Whether you're using the Bracket Square Duplex to bracket an elk at 30 yards, or the Plus Point for smaller targets including varmints, the exclusive Leupold Match 13 Reticle System ensures you'll have the right reticle for whatever and wherever you hunt or shoot. Each of the reticles in the Match 13 Reticle System is available with the Leupold Plus Point, for added level of accuracy in pinpointing a target.

  • Plus Point Reticle: Ideal for varmints and small targets. Small open center avoids coverage of extremely small or distant targets.
  • Duplex Reticle: A reticle familiar to nearly everyone with a riflescope, it draws the eye to the center towards the target, is easy to see, and doesn't cover the target in the center where aiming is most critical. Shown with and without the Plus Point.
  • Bracket Circle Duplex Reticle: You get bolder aiming for low-light/low-contrast situations with the Bracket Circle Duplex. It brackets small game and 3D targets at 40 yards, and brackets a deer at 50 yards. Excellent for muzzleloaders. Shown with and without the Plus Point.
  • Bracket Square Duplex Reticle: Brackets an elk torso at 40 yards or a deer at 30 yards, and gives archers easy aiming on 3D targets and game. The Duplex provides bold contrast for low light. Shown with and without the Plus Point.
  • Bracket Square Reticle: Brackets an elk torso at 40 yards or a deer torso at 30 yards. Offers easy aiming on 3D targets and game for archers. Shown with and without the Plus Point.
  • Bracket Circle Reticle: Brackets small game 3D targets and game at 40 yards, or a deer at 50 yards. A great choice for muzzleloaders. The open compass points draw the eye to the center. Shown with and without the Plus Point.
  • German #4 Reticle: Another classic favorite, it offers bold aiming and freedom from obstructions in the upper half of the field of view. Shown with and without the Plus Point.

What is Twilight Factor?
The factor that has the greatest impact on resolution or image detail, will be dependent upon the amount of light available during the time of observation. During daylight hours, when your eye pupil size will be only about 2 to 3mm, magnification will be the principal factor in image resolution. At night, with the eye pupil dilated to 6 to 8mm, aperture size is the controlling factor. In twilight conditions both of these factors control resolution effectiveness and the twilight factor is the term that compares binocular performance under these conditions.

The twilight factor is calculated by taking the square root of the product of the magnification and the aperture. The higher the twilight factor, the better the resolution of the binocular when observing under dim light conditions. For example, a 10 X 40 (twilight factor 20) would effectively resolve better under these conditions than a 7 X 35 (twilight factor 15.4) even though the 10 X 40 has a smaller exit pupil. Remember, however, that the twilight factor does not take into account the transmittance or quality of the optical system.

Leupold Green Ring Electronics Warranty
The Leupold RX-II digital laser rangefinder is warranted by the Leupold Green Ring Electronics Warranty, and is protected from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. Warranty is given solely to the original owner and are not transferable.



Product Features

Delivers accurate measurements in feet, yards or meters up to 750 yards Match 13 Reticle System fast access to each of the 13 reticles for wide range of situations True Ballistic Range provides accurate aiming information matched to the performance of your rifle or bow Intuitive Quick Set Rotary Menu provides multiple modes to adapt to changing conditions Waterproof; backed by Leupold's 1-year Green Ring electronics warranty

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