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Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B Ballistic Rangefinder
The Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B is an ideal entry-level rangefinder for discerning beginners. The wide field of view makes target identification fast and easy. Simple and convenient selection of distance units (metres/yards) at the press of a button. The Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B now features a ballistic programme to help the shooter calculate ballistic holdovers etc.
The ballistic software found with the Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B is used to for the calculation of the ballistic curve, the newly developed ABC® ballistic programme integrates data for the angle of declination, temperature, barometric pressure and ammunition type. The CRF 1600-B enables the output of values for a range of different ballistic needs: standard reticle › holdover / ASV › clicks / ballistic reticle › level terrain distance. In this way – and only in this way – is it possible to precisely determine the required point-of-aim corrections.
Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B Ballistic Rangefinder Features
- Superior optics with outstanding image brightness for finely detailed observation
- Newly developed ABC® intelligent ballistics programme
- For all equipment and ballistics applications
- Simple and intuitive handling
- Range up to 1500 m (1600 yds)
Leica’s aim is to ensure your success. That’s why their rangefinders are such an essential aid for field sportsmen. As a pioneer in the field of optoelectronics – the fusion of high-quality optics, ruggedly reliable engineering and advanced electronics – we guarantee you the certainty that is essential for ethical shooting. Our Rangemasters determine the parameters you need with maximum precision, are ergonomically constructed and, thanks to their compact size, slip easily into any pocket.
The benefits at a glance of the Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B Ballistic Rangefinder :
- Precise distance determination
- Single-handed operation
- Bright and clear optics and wide field of view
- Easy-to-read LED display
- Ballistics programmes