Halo™ 400 - yard Laser Range Finder

Item # WBCL2-220031

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"382 yards, that's the shot." KNOW your range with the Halo™ 400 - yard Range Finder, BIG BUCKS OFF , PLUS A REBATE !

An amazing buy on a Laser Range Finder that totally eliminates guesswork! And now's the time, because a special buy and a $20.00 maker's rebate (good through 12/30/2012) will cut the usual price in half!

Take a good, precise look at this:
  • 400-yd. max. laser ranging, to a reflective target, with +/- 1-yd. accuracy
  • Optics for 6X magnification
  • Scan mode, so you can actively look across a scene
  • LCD display with reticle, numerical display (in yards or meters)
  • Anti-fog view lens. 24 mm objective. 7° view angle
  • Waterproof for any field conditions
  • 20-sec. power saver mode
  • Comes with carry case, lanyard, lens cloth.
  • It's a compact 4 1/ 4 x 1 3/ 4 x 3"h. Weighs 8 ozs. Uses CR2 lithium ion battery (not included).

Save on this valuable tool for the hunt or even for your golf game, and get a mail-in rebate, too! Order ONLINE Today!

!!! Limited Quantities !!!

Reviews

Customer Reviews

4 stars
(6) 1-6 of 6 Reviews
  1. 4 stars
    Item came in and was as ordered. CR2 batteries are expensive but item works well. For the money a good item.
  2. 1 stars
    It is a peice of junk as is most products from wildgame.
  3. 4 stars
    Works as described reccommend to friends at the price.
  4. 5 stars
    This item seeks just do.e so far great product for the price
  5. 5 stars
    I bought this for my nephew who is new to archery. This RF was priced right and fits the purpose. OK, it's not a high end model, but does a good job for the price.
  6. 3 stars
    Not to sure how accurate it is yet. It should come with a battery, odd size and hard to find.
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