Bushnell Scout DX1000 Rangefinder with ARC

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Identify and range targets quickly with the Bushnell Scout DX1000 Rangefinder with ARC. The Scout DX 1000 provides bow hunters and rifle shooters accurate distance readings from 5 to 1000 yards with +/- 1/2 yard precision. The new E.S.P. processor– Extreme, Speed, Precision– provides faster and more precise distance readings than ever before: 1/10th yard display precision within 125 yards. It also features the patented Angle Range Compensation (ARC) technology, which uses the built in inclinometer to determine terrain angles that provide bow hunters with the “shoots like” distance and rifle hunters with holdover data in inches, centimeters, MOA or MILs. In addition, the rangefinder includes Variable Sight-In Distance (VSI), which allows shooters to receive holdover data based on a zero of 100, 150, 200 or 300 yards. With three modes of operation, Scan, BullsEye and Brush, the Scout DX 1000 is just as effective in the woods as it is on the open plains. And with a six power magnification optic, hunters and shooters will have no problem identifying and ranging targets at long ranges. Carrying case, battery, and neck strap included.
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Cost effective and packed with features, the Bushnell Scout DX 1000 ARC Laser Rangefinder provides accurate readings from 5 to 350 yds. on animals, 650 yds. on trees, and 1,000 yds. on reflective targets. Extreme Speed Precision (E.S.P.™) technology allows for half-yard accuracy, and display in tenth-yard readouts. 6X magnification allows you to pinpoint your target for positive readings, while the 21mm objective lens lets in plenty of light for dawn and dusk situations. Vertical configuration offers comfortable one-handed operation. The Bushnell Scout DX 1000 ARC Laser Rangefinder has BullsEye, Brush and Scan modes. Aiming circle reticle and built-in tripod mount. Runs on one CR-2 battery (included). Angle Range Compensation (ARC) in both bow and rifle modes provide true-angle compensation by accounting for the terrain angle when calculating distance, giving you exact distance from where you stand. In rifle mode, you'll see bullet-drop, variable sight-in distance and hold over in both MOA and MIL with Variable Sight-In (VSI™) distance technology for the exact zeroed range of your rifle. Also, capable of measuring distance in meters. 100% waterproof housing.
Weight: 6.6 oz.
Color/Camo pattern: Black, Realtree XTRA®.
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Bushnell Scout DX1000 Rangefinder with ARC Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Bushnell impressed me

I received my Scout 1000 back in Sept 2012. I took it out and tested it and was extremely happy with the performance. I put it up and took it out later for my wife's elk hunt in November. The battery was dead so I replaced it no problem. I put it away and didn't touch it until the following year for my elk hunt and had to replace the battery again and then again just a couple weeks later. I contacted Bushnell and they advised to ship it to them and they would take a look at it. A week later I called to check on the status because I had an Oryx hunt approaching just 2 weeks away. Mr. Loper was the supv. that I spoke with. He found my range finder looked at the issue and immediately processed a NEW range finder to be shipped to me. Very happy with both the performance and the customer service from Bushnell. Cabela's has a great business partner with Bushnell and with that kind of customer support from both companies, I wouldn't hesitate to buy or recommend this product.
DDGWPKNL at Cabelas on 02/05/2014

One of my Best Purchases Ever!

GREAT DEAL! Works fine in all situations as advertised. Very good in all light situations and all climates hunting Deer and other Big Game. I am an experienced hunter and woods man. There are more expensive devices out there but this one works great for its reasonable price. Works well in very low light by the way. Get one and try it out!
BrownWaterSailor at Cabelas on 12/21/2013

Negative Reviews:

Poor performance

I picked up the scout dx1000 arc for a dual pupose rangefinder. One that would give me accurate angle compensated up close readings for bow hunting, and long range readings for rifle season on open ground. Save the headache buy a higher end rangefinder if you plan on ranging anything over 300 consistently. The rangefinder is supposed to work on deer to 325, trees to 650, and reflective targets to 1000 yards. However, I have had no success ranging deer over 250, trees consistently over 300, and even reflective targets over 400. I tried ranging a broadside steel building approx. 750-800 yards, no reading. A grain cart at roughly 500, no reading. And my pickup at 5-600, still no reading. I have tried in varying conditions and light levels with dissapointment. I works great for inside 200 yards (great for archery) outside of that this rangefinder is worthless. I will be returning it.
SDGolden at Cabelas on 11/05/2013

Shoot Range to 300 yrds, Useless Hunting

I have had this range finder for a year. It works fine if you are sitting at a range out to 300 yds. After that forget it. It just won't give a reading. I was just hunting and tried to range a wooden deer blind that I know is at about 400 yrds. Nothing but lines. I couldn't get a reading .This is typical of what happens. When it does read it is slow. As for hunting, good luck. I tried to range a deer and it would not give me a reading. Turns out the deer was at 240 yrds. You would think a range finder that is rated for 1000 yrds could range a deer at 240yrds. If you like pressing buttons and getting no reading this is the range finder for you. If you just want one for the range< 300 yrds, it may work for you too.
2BFree at Cabelas on 11/24/2013