Bushnell® Yardage Pro® 4 - 12x42 mm Laser Rangefinder Scope

Item # WX2-144920

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Bushnell® Yardage Pro® 4 - 12x42 mm Laser Rangefinder Scope... blast targets with hair - splitting accuracy!

A devastating trio! Bushnell® joined their top-quality rangefinder with a riflescope and bullet-drop compensator so you can search and destroy that trophy buck!

Features fully-multi-coated optics for increased brightness in low light. Waterproof and fogproof construction offer all-season reliability, too. If you're a "tech head', you'll love the wireless rangefinder-activation trigger!

  • Mil. Dot® Reticle
  • Adjustable 4-12x magnification
  • 42 mm objective lens
  • Dry nitrogen purged
  • F. O.V. @ 1,000 yards is 26 ft. with 4x magnification 8.5 ft. with 12x magnification
  • 3 1/2" eye relief
  • 1/4 M.O.A. click adjustments
  • 1-Pc. matte black tube is 13" long, combo weighs 24 ozs.
  • Runs on a 3V battery
  • Has scanning capability
  • Has 30-800-yd. range

Equip yourself with this high-powered Rangefinder Scope for an instant edge! Get yours ONLINE today!


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