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Leica Rangemaster CRF 2400-R Laser Rangefinder

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goHUNT Highlights

  • Angle compensates out to 1200 yards, ensuring you always have an accurate measurement for even the longest shots in western hunting
  • Bright LED reading allows you to see your measurement in any lighting condition
  • The wide field of view allows you to quickly acquire your target in the heat of the moment

Manufacturer Highlights

  • Angle compensated ranges out to 1,200 yards and line of sight ranges out 2,400 yards
  • 7x magnification
  • Wide field of view
  • Warranty - 2 year Leica warranty

Breakdown
The CRF 2400-R, packed with technical features is the ideal model for hunters who need reliable distance measurement and angle compensation. Outstanding optics, with 7x magnification, ensure optimal image brightness and the wide field of view offers fast and easy target identification. The LED readout with automatic brightness correction displays the determined values with optimum brightness and clarity in any conditions. The Leica Rangemaster CRF has great handling and can be held with ease in either hand.

Range 10 - 2,400 yds
Magnification 7x
Objective Lens Diameter 24 mm
Field of View @ 1000yrds 347'
Weight 6.5 oz
Dimensions 4.5" x 2.3" x 1.3"
Weatherproofing Waterproof
Manufacturer Warranty Two year Leica Warranty

Customer Reviews

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Jsega51
Haven’t Used It In The Woods But…

Preview for my purchase; I bought the Leupold RX2800 a few years back, the image at low light is always really dark for me in the woods. I haven’t used the Leica at low light yet but I like that it’s a little smaller and lighter, the optics in daytime are noticeably clearer anf brighter, plus the screen isn’t cluttered with the different ranges (angle compensated).

I read a lot of reviews and people hate the delay the Leica has in showing you the EHR, but I will range a deer 3 or 4 times while looking at it with any RF I’m using so ranging it and glancing to have to see the EHR a second after is no big deal because I’m still looking at it for a while through the RF at those inside of 50-60 yd ranges. I like the screen being just a simple ranging duplex, the range, then the EHR after. I’ll know more once archery season starts of course. Fits my Marsupial Gear RF pouch realllll nice. Slides in like a hot rice crispy treat.

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Andrew Exum
Very simple, very high quality.

I was looking for a rangefinder that would do the basics very, very well and this was perfect for me. I hunt mostly in the Appalachians so this offers me all the range I will likely ever need. I’ve used it entirely on the range but am looking forward to using it in the field this fall.

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jerry shelton
new range finder

optics department was great on listening to my needs and suggesting an awesome rang finder for long range and archery. thanks

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Jason Bellows
So far so good.

Works great so far in the back yard for testing. Took a little to figure out how to switch meters to yards as the instructions are not that specific. Pretty simple device.

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Matthew Driffill
Great glass, features could use some work

This thing is very accurate, red reticle is visible in all light conditions, glass clarity and brightness is superb. I use it primarily for bow hunting and I wish the angle compensation was a little cleaner. When you click the range button, it tells you the line of sight distance for 2 seconds, then it tells you the angle compensated for 2 seconds, making quick ranging not really all the quick. I would prefer and either/or setup for the angle compensation.

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