Bushnell 202208 Bone Collector Edition 4x Laser Rangefinder, Realtree Xtra Camo, 20mm

November 6, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $92.99Amazon.com Price
(as of April 6, 2020 21:35 GMT+0200 - Details)

The Bushnell Bone Collector Edition Laser Rangefinder is lightweight and small enough to fit in a shirt pocket, the Michael Waddell Bone Collector Edition 4x21mm laser rangefinder packs a monster dose of accuracy and is as easy to use as a laser rangefinder can be. For long-term dependability, the Bone Collector Edition Laser Rangefinder features a rugged, rainproof housing. The Realtree Xtra camo pattern blends perfectly year round in a variety of habitats. Bright, crystal-clear optics get you on game with speed, even in low light. Features a 4x magnification and 21mm objective lens, capable of ranging out to 600 yards. Its compact size and handy vertical configuration make it a favorite with bow and gun hunters alike. Instantly, with the tap of a single button, you know the exact distance to your target from 10 to 600 yards.

Product Features

  • Quality optics with stunning HD clarity; 100 percent quality materials used and tested extensively
  • Beautifully designed with durability built to last; Simple single button operation in a compact, lightweight housing
  • Displays exact distance to target from 10 to 600 yard with +/- one yard accuracy
  • Bright, crystal-clear optics for targeting in low light; Magnification x Objective Lens: 4x 21mm
  • Realtree Xtra camo pattern; rugged, rainproof housing
  • Class 1 laser with <1mW average power output


Anonymous says:

If you suck at hunting or don’t care to range anything over 50 yards it’s good Super disappointed. It’s my fault because I had read some crappy reviews but this product has a lot of good reviews so I figured I’d try it.Had a nice buck come out on opening morning. Luckily my buddy had a better range finder. Not only couldn’t I see the deer through this at 150’ but obviously I couldn’t range it either. I tried ranging trees close to it and it didn’t work either. I could get trees to range up to about 50 yards but that was it.Piece of crap, money…

Anonymous says:

Great little range finder and a real bargain Great little range finder and a real bargain. But, before you buy be sure you understand what its intended for. I see where some reviewers complain that it didn’t work at 350 yards on a Antelope or a bull elk 850 yards away. This is a 200 yard max range finder for deer and larger game animals. You can certainly range on other objects (trees, large rocks, buildings, signs, etc.) to get a good idea how far out your target is but you’re still looking at 600 yards max. I hunt Whitetail with archery…

blank Anonymous says:

Close, but no cigar. I was initially very excited to get this range finder at the price I paid. However, I’m afraid the old adage of, “you get what you pay for” works well here. We use range-finders when antelope hunting in Wyoming, where your average shot is around 350 yards. This range finder will only range objects the size of a shed/house at that distance. Animals were only able to be ranged up to 150yds with this unit. As such, it didn’t work for our purposes. If I was deer hunting at much closer…

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