Bushnell Elite Tactical 1-Mile Laser Rangefinder

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posted on April 22, 2014
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Bushnell has introduced the Elite Tactical 1-Mile ARC laser rangefinder, with 7X magnification and ranging capabilities out to 1 mile for professional and long-range shooters.

The Elite Tactical 1-Mile offers precision and high-quality optics in a rugged yet compact and lightweight design. Featuring the second generation E.S.P (Extreme. Speed. Precision.) turbo processor, the device quickly and accurately acquires distances from 5 to 1,760 yards, with +/- one-yard accuracy and a 1/10th yard display precision from 5 to 199 yards.

The unit is equipped with Bushnell’s three selective targeting systems-Scan, BullsEye and Brush-and two modes that utilize the patented Angle Range Compensation (ARC) technology-Rifle and Rifle HD. In Rifle mode, shooters can utilize the Bushnell ballistic charts to select the ballistic group that corresponds with their specific caliber and load, while Rifle HD mode provides the degree of angle to the target and true horizontal distance from 5 to 1,000 yards.

A sturdy, rubber-armored housing protects the unit’s fully multi-coated optics and is 100-percent waterproof and fog proof, with Bushnell’s RainGuard HD lens coating, an anti-fog and water repellant coating.

Additional features include Variable Sight-in Distance (VSITM), which allows the shooter to select a 100-, 150-, 200- or 300-yard zero and combines that information with Rifle mode ballistic data to provide holdover/bullet drop information in MOA, inches, centimeters or MILs. In addition, the unit is equipped with the Vivid Display Technology, an easy-to-read red display that’s equally effective in low light or bright conditions.

Every Bushnell laser rangefinder is covered by the company’s limited lifetime warranty, and the entire product line is also backed with the new one-year, no-risk Bushnell Bulletproof Guarantee. The 100-percent money back guarantee is valid up until one year from the original date of purchase.

The Elite Tactical 1-Mile is equipped with twist-up eyecups and a diopter that allows users to quickly adjust the display setting based on eyesight. Available for a minimum advertised price (MAP) of $599.99, the unit includes a storage case, neck strap, cleaning cloth and CR123 battery.

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