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    What are some good rangefinders for around $150?

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    I've got a Nikon 550 rifle hunter that I couldn't have been harder on. The only thing I haven't done is left it submerged for hours or ran over it. It won't stop. I will buy another Nikon if this one dies. I think it was $199 at Wal-Mart.

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    check Cabelas, every once in a while they will sell a soon to be discontinued item at the price you are looking for, but rangefinders are like binoculars and scopes, you kind of get what you pay for..I have a Bushnell from my golf playing days and its extremely accurate including the slope differential,but getting it to lock on an object at 250+ yards over water is a task for any rangefinder..If I had to buy another one I would buy a Nikon, if money were no object I would buy a Leica
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