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    Aug 6, 2008
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    Whitesboro, TX
    Being the master of good timing, I thought I'd wait till deer season was almost over to post this. Actually, I forgot I had it and found it while digging around looking for something else. It works perfectly but I received a Nikon rangefinder and am expected to use it.

    It's an Opti-Logic 800XL in Realtree Hardwoods camo. It ranges from 4 yards out to 800 yards. Some advertise 800 yards but the fine print says 600 on deer or something but I've measured deer in West Texas at ~800 yards and I think it measures reflective targets out to 1,000 or 1,200 yards. I know I've ranged prickly pear cactus as far as 700 yards. It takes a standard 9v battery. I think I've had it about 3 years but only used it a few times.

    If you Google it, you'll see they cost $277 at Sportsman’s Guide. I'll take $140 + shipping (if necessary) for it or a similar value in trade. Includes padded carrying case and instructions.

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