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Rangefinder Advice

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Wanting to get a rangefinder that will realistically range a deer at 700yds for my rifle hunts and also work well at short ranges for my archery hunts. i definately want angle compensation for shoot to range but some of the other bells and whistles arent important to me. i kind of just dont know exactly what i need all the options are overwhelming and i was looking for advice/ suggestions to narrow it down.
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Personal feelings are that this shot is too long. Way too many factors to only injure an animal. Get way closer or shoot static inanimate objects. 

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Have you looked at the Sig Sauer rangefinders?  I have a 2200mr, now discontinued, but it ranges well.  Has clear 7x glass, easy to use, used it as close as 10-15ft out to 1000yds+.  Not sure what the.current models are, but they are worth taking a look at.

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Look at the Leica Rangemaster line.  Not cheap but very good.  I have been using one for a couple of years for golf and hunting and it is very accurate.

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One of the better Sig Kilos is almost impossible to beat. 

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