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March - April 2004
Volume 2, Number 2
Number 8
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Nikon Laser600 Rangefinder in
Realtree Hardwoods Green HDAA

Quality laser rangefinders are becoming smaller and handier, which is great news for hunters. The latest super-compact model is the Laser600 from Nikon Sports Optics. Now available in Realtree Hardwoods Green HD camo, this pocket-sized rangefinder is just 3.7 inches long, 2.8 inches wide and 1.6 inches thick. Complete with its CR-2 lithium battery, the rangefinder weighs only 7.4 ounces.

While small in size, the Laser600 delivers powerhouse performance. It gives dead-on distance readings in 0.5-yard increments from 11 yards to 99.5 yards – precision bow hunters will appreciate. For riflemen, the unit measures in one-yard increments from 100 to 600 yards. That’s more than enough distance for any hunting shot I’ll ever attempt.

Nikon’s Laser600 rangefinder features a 6x20mm monocular that delivers a 3.3mm exit pupil. Lenses are multicoated to improve light transmission and color rendition. The eyepiece can be focused to plus or minus two diopters and offers 17mm of eye relief to keep eyeglass wearers like myself happy. Field of view is a wide 330 feet at 1,000 yards.

The unit registers distance readings on a high-contrast LED display that shows up well against most backgrounds and under nearly any lighting conditions. Distances appear in yards for American sportsmen or meters for Canadian and European hunters. The Laser600 can easily be operated with one hand. After a reading appears for 8 seconds, the display automatically shuts off to conserve battery power.

For more information contact Nikon Sports Optics, Dept. SH, 1300 Walt Whitman Rd., Melville NY 11747-3064; call toll-free: 1-800-247-3464; or visit online at

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