RX II Digital Laser Rangefinder
Much more than glorified tape measurers, the RX range finders are packed with multiple, customizable functions. True Ballistic Range will make a huge impact on your accuracy, giving you a much more accurate measurement than the straight line distance to your target. The RX uses an inclometer to measure up and down hill shots, coupled with the ballistics of you projectile to give you the equivalent horizontal range, and for rifle hunter, a holdover/holdunder point or an MOA adjustment. To other rangfinder does so much to help you make the shot of a lifetime.
Quick Set Rotary Menu
- With a built-in inclinometer, the RX-II calculates the ballistics range to your target, then displays it as a holdover aim point, an MOA adjustment, or the equivalent horizontal distance.
- 6x magnification gives you plenty of power, with a wide field of view to track movement.
- Rugged, weatherproof construction.
- Scan mode continuously updates the range as you track a target or scan an area.
- The precision thermometer gives you digital readings in C or F.
- Accurate to 750 yards, with measurements in feet, yards, or meters.
- The Quick Set Rotary Menu is easy to use, for fast customization of your RX-II. Also includes the Quick Start Mode.
- Battery power indicator for easy battery level checks.
- The common CR2 lithium camera battery is easy to change in the field.
- Multiple Ballistics Settings
- Multiple modes
- The Match 13 Reticle System
Get the settings you want fast with the Quick Set Rotary Menu. The one-handed controls make RX rangefinders easy to use in the field, even when your hands are sweaty or the weather is at its worst.
True Ballistic Range
Part of what makes the Leupold RX Series the smart rangefinder for hunters is True Ballistic Range, which provides accurate aiming information matched to the performance of your rifle or bow. By calculating the incline, line of sight range to the target, and a projectile`s ballistics, your RX provides rifle hunters using Leupold BAS reticles as well as bow hunters the correct equivalent horizontal distance for precise shooting on an incline. In other words, aim using the True Ballistic Range, not the line of sight range. Rifle hunters can also get this data as an MOA adjustment or a holdover point. With practice, long distance/steep angle shooting will become second nature.
Dial in your RX to one of seven TBR ballistics settings for the rifle and three for the bow for incredible accuracy. TBR is effective to 800 yards for most rifle cartridges. The RX has three True Ballistic Range readouts for rifle hunters.
With the RX Series, you can do something you can`t do with any other rangefinder: use multiple modes at once to tailor your readings to the conditions. Only RX rangefinders give you the ability to adapt to changing conditions like this. Leupold`s exclusive Quick Set Rotary Menu is intuitive and easy to use, giving you fast access to all the incredible performance modes of your new RX rangefinder.
- MOA: The minutes of angle of elevation to adjust your riflescope for precise zero.
- HOLD: The number of inches or centimeters to hold over or under aim point on target.
- BAS: The equivalent horizontal range for which you should hold for use with your bullet`s or arrow`s ballistics.
- Quick Start Mode takes into account that you have to be ready to ID a target, find your True Ballistic Range, and take your shot in just seconds. This mode provides you the information you need fast, so you don`t miss the shot of a lifetime.
- A precision magnetic inductor compass in Compass Mode displays your compass reading in larger numbers above the reticle.
- Declination Setting corrects the usual compass error between magnetic north and true north.
- Compass Tilt Compensation uses the inclinometer to provide correct compass readings up to a 30 degree viewing angle. Most electronic compasses must be held level.
- Long Range Mode gives range to more distant targets rather than trees or other objects closer than 150 yards. Great for ranging through brush and branches when you are concealed.
- Rain Mode eliminates the interference that plagues lesser rangefinders, filtering out the laser`s shorter `rain` readings for true downrange accuracy.
- 1st Target Mode displays the distance of the closest object when more than one object may be read. With other rangefinders, multiple objects often return an average distance, not an accurate distance.
- Last Target Mode displays the distance of the farthest object when more than one object may be read, as well as ignoring brush, even close to the target, for superior accuracy.
- Measurements in feet, yards, or meters lets you choose how distances are displayed on the RX. When either meters or feet are selected, range is displayed to one decimal place.