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Leupold RX-FullDraw Archery Digital Laser Rangefinder

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Rangefinder, CR2 battery


Boost your confidence and effective range with the RX-FullDraw, Leupold’s new rangefinder designed specifically for archers. The RX-FullDraw lets you instantly and accurately judge the width and/or height of a target using the unique Trophy Scale feature.  Simply set the baseline measurement you are looking for (between 10 and 60 inches) and Trophy Scale lets you know if your target measures up.
Leupold’s legendary TBR (True Ballistic Range) provides accurate aiming ranges to an astonishing 175 yards regardless of angle, and also delivers Line Of Sight readings to 800 yards.  5x magnification
provides an exceptionally wide field of view, while the new LCD display and fully multi-coated optics provide an image up to 3 times brighter than competitive models.  Leupold’s 3rd generation infrared laser technology and the advanced signal processing of the DNA engine significantly increases ranging consistency on soft, non-reflective targets and provides superior ranging speed and accuracy (within ½
yard to 125 yards) regardless of target color.  Compact and lightweight, the RX-FullDraw with DNA is waterproof and features the intuitive quick set menu, 5x magnification, 3 user selectable aiming reticles and a fold down rubber eyecup for use with or without eyeglasses.  When size really does matter, the RX-FullDraw provides the confidence, precision and accuracy necessary to bring home that trophy of a lifetime.



How The RX-FullDraw Works
The RX-FullDraw is a top-quality 5x23mm monocular that incorporates the additional benefit of a state-of-the-art laser rangefinder capable of measuring the distance of a deer-sized animal from 6 yards to 550 yards, an inanimate object from 6 yards to 650 yards, and a reflective target from 6 yards to 800 yards. The rangefinder emits a series of invisible, infrared energy pulses that are reflected off the selected target back to the optical unit. State-of-the-art circuitry and precision computing circuits are used to calculate the distance by measuring the time it takes for each pulse to travel from the RX-FullDraw to the object and back.


BOW Mode
Your RX-FullDraw always operates in BOW mode utilizing Leupold’s legendary True Ballistic Range (TBR)
to provide the equivalent horizontal range (level fire range) for arrows. TBR is a marriage of laser ranging, an inclinometer, and an advanced computerized ballistics program. The result is distance measurements accurate within a yard, no matter the angle at which the laser is fired. Arrows travel in a ballistic arc, yet conventional rangefinders only provide a linear distance to your target.  TBR delivers the ballistic equivalent range to the target, accounting for the effects of inclines or declines on the path of your arrow. The displayed range represents the ballistically equivalent horizontal distance to the target if the target is 175 yards or less. If the target is farther than 175 yards (160 meters), the LOS icon will flash while BOW remains displayed, and the resulting distance will be the Line Of Sight distance only.
Most importantly, using your RX-FullDraw effectively means to Practice, Practice, Practice. Anytime you handle a bow or firearm, you are ultimately responsible for your projectile.


Trophy Scale
The RX-FullDraw lets you instantly and accurately judge the width and/or height of a target using Trophy Scale. To be used properly, you must enter the width/height measurement you would like to use
as a baseline. To set the Trophy Scale, enter the Quick Set Menu and activate Trophy Scale. Once Trophy Scale has been activated, press MODE to enter the Trophy Scale value set-up. At this point, the Trophy Scale value will be flashing; pressing POWER will increase the Trophy Scale value two inches/5 cm, at a time. The Trophy Scale value will begin at 10”/25 cm, for the initial set-up, or the last saved value for subsequent changes, and will progress up to 60”/150 cm. The next press of the POWER button will reset the numbers to 10”/25 cm again. Press MODE or wait for the power to “time out” to save the
baseline measurement. Once the baseline Trophy Scale value has been saved, the Trophy Scale
bracketing system will automatically adjust to changing distances to the target, displaying a single mark on the left, and two marks on the right.  To use Trophy Scale, place the left edge of the target on the left mark, the two marks on the right will represent a range of widths; for example, the closest of the right marks may represent a width of 21” and the farther mark may represent a width of 29”. If the target brackets perfectly between the left mark and the closer right mark, it measures 21”, if the target brackets perfectly between the left mark and the farthest right mark, it measures 29”. If the target falls between the two right marks, it measures approximately 25”. To measure height, the same marks are used, but the RX-FullDraw rangefinder must be held on its side. It is important to note that distance may limit the sizes available as a baseline measurement; small measurements may be limited at long distances and large measurements may be limited at short distances. Trophy Scale measurements are for reference only and may not be exact.


Last Target Mode
This mode is used to display the distance to the farthest object when more than one object may be read. Multiple objects will often return an average distance. Last Target Mode ensures an accurate reading on the farthest object being ranged. To activate Last Target mode, navigate through the Quick
Set Menu by pressing the MODE button until the Last Target icon is shown in the left portion of the display.  Press and release the POWER button to turn Last Target on/off.


3 Selectable Reticles
This mode allows you to choose any one of the 3 preloaded reticles as the primary aiming point for the RX-FullDraw digital laser rangefinders. To select a reticle, press Mode repeatedly until the current reticle is blinking. Press POWER repeatedly to scroll through the available reticles, then press MODE when the preferred reticle is shown.

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Dimensions & Specifications


4.2 x 3.0 x 1.6


7.0 oz.

Eye Relief





Archery Rangefinders



Objective Lens Diameter


Field of View at 1000 Yards

375 ft.

Angular Field of View

6 Degrees

Exit Pupil


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