- By Pete Moore
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- Last updated: 21/11/2016
Using the familiar front design layout of objective lens, laser emitter and receiver, the rear has the fine focus eyepiece with rubber eye cup to ensure no external light interferes with the sight picture. Spectacle wearers can fold this back.
1 X CR2 3V Battery (supplied) is housed in the body casing, the threaded ‘flush fitting’ cover cap has a ‘slot recess’ for ease of removal. Operation is by two push buttons positioned along the top of the rubberised ABS casing and it has a sensible 15-second auto switch off facility. Pressing the power button once turns on the unit, pressing the mode button for 3-seconds changes the unit’s measuring readout from metres to yards. The aim point is a small diameter circle with horizontal and vertical stadia. The LCD displays range, mode selected, ‘quality of laser indicator’ seen as arrows running to the right and there’s a battery status symbol.
The unit claims to be accurate to +/- 1yd out to 250yds and utilises Bak4 Roof Prism with multi coated lenses which give an impressive field of view. Minimum ranging is 16yds. A strong Nylon carry pouch with belt loop, lens cloth, removable hand lanyard and 12 month warranty complete the package.
The PAO Airgunner’s 400m Rangefinder is priced at £143.99.