"Hone, hone on the range" is what you'll be singing after you've experienced the power, accuracy, and angle range compensation of Bushnell laser rangefinders. And they don't only go where the deer and the antelope and the bow hunters play. You can use a Bushnell laser rangefinder where land surveyors work or where the flag placement and playing conditions call for a 2-iron instead of a 5-wood. Not a bad little gadget to have in your pocket.
The Bushnell 4x BowHunter Chuck Adams Edition Laser Rangefinder is a standout of the Bushnell Laser Rangefinders series. The legendary bowhunter lent his name to a Bushnell rangefinder that's specially designed for archery-specific measurements. In steep terrain or tree stands, Angle Range Compensation (ARC) accounts not just for horizontal distance, but also for extreme uphill and downhill angles that will affect your shot. When the rangefinder is in bow mode, you'll get a simultaneous display of line of sight, angle, and true horizontal distance.
The Bushnell Yardage Pro Sport 450 Laser Rangefinder is one of the most popular Bushnell rangefinders. It provides simple, one-button operation; bullet-drop compensation turrets; and +/- one-yard accuracy to a distance of anywhere from 200 to 999 yards, depending on the object.
The game is called golf, but what you really need is a laser rangefinder that can win 18 straight games of capture the flag. Used by pros such as Sergio Garcia and Hale Irwin, Bushnell golf laser rangefinders zero in on the pin instead of the background, providing ultra-accurate measurements that will lower your score, and possibly your blood pressure as well.