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The answer depends on the purpose of your rangefinder and your own requirements. For bow hunting, 100 yards is more than enough. On the other hand, for rifle-hunting you, the range will vary widely depending on where what and how you hunt and on your proficiency and style. Typically you are looking at a wide range of 200 yards to 800 yards. For golfing again, it depends on the circumstances. You can work with a rangefinder with a range of anywhere between 200 yards to 600 yards. The yardage described here is relative to dark trees. Do not forget to find out what the advertised yardage is relative to - specifications can vary from highly reflective surfaces to deer sized targets.
Here are some reasons for dat:
Deer and Other Game Animals Don't See Hunter Orange camouflage pants:
Deer do not have red-sensitive cone cells in their eyes, and can't tell red or orange from green and brown.
Deer have different sensitivity to various wavelengths of light than humans. Deer see short wavelength colors such as blue (and even ultra-violet, which humans cannot even see) brighter than humans do, but deer are less sensitive to longer wavelengths such as orange and red, so these colors look darker to deer.
Wearing Hunter Orange Saves Lives
Hunter orange camouflage pants prevents other hunters from mistaking a person for an animal, or shooting in your direction.
Hunters who wear hunter orange are seven times less likely to be shot. For example, during the past ten years, not one person who was wearing hunter orange was mistaken for game and killed in New York. On the contrary, big game hunters who were involved in firearm related incidents were not wearing hunter orange.
It is illegal to hunt
waterfowl, wild turkeys or deer with electronic or battery powered decoys. It
is illegal to use electronic or battery powered calls for waterfowl, wild
turkey or deer. Restrictions do not currently exist for other game species.
clean connectors should make this work, if you have cleaned the connectors and the springs thoughroughly and can see the metal of the springs clearly where the battey goes, then this should work. If you take the rangefinder into a good reapir shop they dhould be able to solder a new spring on the connector for you.