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Nikon 7431 LaserCaddy 500G...

Product does not read after 60 yard. OK at 60 or less.
Nikon whish to sellme a new one, Can I repair this ?

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I have the same problem from 40 yrds out. nikon wants $150 + 12.50 shipping.
instead I bought a bushnell scout 1000. with the $50 rebate it cost $169 with a
2year warranty(till 12/10) . The nikon was 1 month out of warrany.
Its works great.
i will never buy anything nikon again.

Posted on Dec 12, 2008


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