Nikon Archer's Choice Laser Rangefinder

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Nikon Archer's Choice Laser Rangefinder -
A trusted tool among bowhunters, the Nikon Archer’s Choice Laser Rangefinder gives quick and precise readings in .1-yard increments. It utilizes Nikon’s ID Technology for angle compensation and has an easy-to-view, uncluttered LCD display with LED backlighting that allows you to select the mode that contrasts best against subject and background. The effective range for the Archer’s Choice rangefinder is 5 to 600 yards. The new Nikon Archer’s Choice is truly the ultimate bowhunter’s rangefinder – specifically designed and engineered with the help of Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo of Archer’s Choice, for real world bowhunting situations. This rangefinder features Nikon’s legendary multicoated optics, waterproof/fogproof ruggedness, pocket-sized portability, long eye relief, Tru Target Technology, unique switchable display and Nikon's ID (Incline/Decline) Technology. Viewfinder can display in meters or yards. Includes a silent technology case in Realtree APG and one CR2 lithium battery. Color: Dark Green/Green. Size: 4.4’’L x 1.6’’W x 2.8’’H. Weight: 5.8 oz.
Manufacturer model #: 8394.


  • Compensates for shot angles to 89° up or down

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof and fogproof optics


  • Ultra-compact size


  • 21% wider field of view
  • Long Eye Relief
  • ID (Incline/Decline) Technology
  • Tru Target Technology
  • Enhanced ocular lens and bright, multicoated 6x optics
  • Accurate to 1/10 yd./meter to 100 yd./meters
  • Easy-to-view uncluttered LCD display w/ LED illumination
  • Single button operation
  • Waterproof/Fogproof (except battery chamber)
  • Includes a Silent Technology Case in Realtree APG camo with single motion lanyard
Designed and engineered with the help of Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo of Archer's Choice for real-world bowhunting applications. Large ocular lens results in a 21% wider field of view so you can locate targets quickly and range them faster. Displayed range compensates for shot angles to 89° up or down. Accurate to 1/10 yd./meter to 100 yd./meters. Active brightness control viewfinder automatically adjusts display and reticle to target color for optimal readability. Waterproof and fogproof optics. Easy single-button operation.
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Nikon Archer's Choice Laser Rangefinder Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great rangefinder

I just got the Nikon Archer's choice and the guys that we were talking to said that it only goes to 100yds. and shuts off but that is NOT true. This is a great rangefinder for bow hunters because of the angle intelligence!
Nikon at Cabelas on 12/20/2012

Negative Reviews:

Do NOT buy this range finder

This range finder is a complete flop. When you need it most during low light it switches to orange and the entire field of view is washed out, you cannot see anything. Nikon let this one out to early and when I called them they didn't care in the least. It is much worse than a standard black readout model. A huge mistake - NEVER BUY THIS UNIT
Laportehunter at Cabelas on 09/19/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Good rangefinder

The archers choice max is a good quality rangefinder for the price. I have always gotten good accurate readings and the optics are ok. In low light the orange readout is too much however I have never had a problem getting a reading on the target. It is usually in very low light when a shot would be questionable anyway. The other issue I have with the archers choice max is the case it comes with. Mine broke right away. I am sure there are better rangefinders out there (at a much higher cost) but this is a good one for the price.
bvogt89 at Cabelas on 01/09/2012

Auto not good. IMO

The Nikon Achery line of range finders are the best I could find for bow hunting but the Max has the orange LED read out for low lighting that come on automatically when ranging and shade out the veiw finder. Not good. I went with their standard Achery choice range finder which allows you to do that manually. Kilboar
Kilboar at Cabelas on 10/29/2013