Nikon has announced another rebate program to help shooters save money on rangefinder purchases, this time targeting bowhunters by offering $50 back on their Archer's Choice rangefinder.
The Archer's Choice takes the guesswork out of angles and distances, offering a clean display and accurate measurement using Nikon's iD technology to gauge incline or decline.
The September Slam promotion only lasts from September 16-September 26, 2010, so be sure to take advantage of this savings. To read the full rules of the rebate or download the necessary forms, visit Nikon's promotions page.
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