TELLS YOU THE YARDAGE WHEN YOUR 20 FT UP A TREE . THE YARDAGE IS DIFFERENT FROM THE GROUND TO THE HEIGHT FROM YOUR STAND
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answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
a gimmick that really doesn't make a difference 99% of the time. For a bow hunter, you're really never going to shoot at anything more than 30-40yds, and the angle only makes a 2 yd difference, max, that I found. I can't imagine shooting a long distance straight up or straight down.
I took it back and got a less expensive model without the angle compensation.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
It adjusts the range automatically for different heights and angles associated with tree stands or side hill hunting.
answered 2 years ago
- Anchorage, AK
ANGLE RANGE COMPENSATION (ARC).
Extreme up- and downhill angles alter true horizontal distance. ARC instantly accounts for the angle when calculating distance so you know precisely where to shoot. Hit the FIRE button and it calculates the “shoots-like” distance based on the angle of your shot.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago