Leupold Introduces RX 600 and RX 750 TBR Rangefinders

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Leupold Introduces RX 600 and RX 750 TBR Rangefinders

7/8/09

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</td></tr></tbody></table>BEAVERTON, Ore. - Souped up and simplified - these words best describe Leupold's® new RX®-600 and RX-750 TBR® digital laser rangefinders for hunters and shooters.

Enhanced digital signal processing delivers faster ranging performance than comparable rangefinders while ensuring accurate distance measurements. An improved user interface and simplified Quick Set Menu make the RX-600 and RX-750 TBR easier to operate than similar models.

The RX-600 provides straight-line distance measurements, while the advanced RX-750 TBR offers True Ballistic Range® technology to help place shots with exceptional accuracy.

"Whether you're a bowhunter or shooting varmints, our RX-600 and RX-750 TBR rangefinders will meet your needs," commented Mike Slack, Leupold's marketing communications manager. "We designed them for topflight performance, but priced them to be surprisingly affordable."

Maximum range of the RX-600 and RX-750 TBR on reflective targets is, respectively, 600 yards (548.6 meters) and 750 yards (685.8 meters). Measurements are provided in yards or meters.

Each model has 6x magnification and a fully multicoated lens system for a bright, pristine image.

Both the RX-600 and RX-750 TBR measure only 4.2 inches long and weigh just 6.8 ounces. They are weatherproof and rugged, with rubber armor in a black finish. The RX-750 TBR is also available in Mossy Oak® Break-Up® camouflage.

The RX-750 TBR can automatically calculate the shot angle and provide the True Ballistic Range rather than the straight-line distance to the target. Optimized for most popular bow and rifle trajectories, the rifle settings also work in conjunction with Leupold's Ballistic Aiming System® riflescope reticles for exceptionally accurate shot placement.

Other key features of both models include:

* fast-focus eyepiece with precision clicks
* three selectable reticles - hunters can choose the reticle best suited to the terrain and game
* fold-down rubber eyecups accommodate users with or without glasses

For more information, go to www.leupold.com or call 1-800-LEUPOLD.

Leupold & Stevens, Inc., the most prominent American-owned and -operated optics company, employs more than 650 people in its state-of-the-art Beaverton, Ore., facility. Leupold is a fifth-generation, family-owned company whose products are sold worldwide to hunters, wildlife observers, competitive shooters, law enforcement officers and special operations military personnel. The product line includes rifle, handgun and spotting scopes; binoculars; rangefinders; flashlights; mounting systems; and optical tools and accessories.


Contact:
Patrick Mundy (503) 526-1467 or pmundy@leupold.com

Jeff Patterson, Swanson Russell, (402) 437-6410 or jeffp@swansonrussell.com
 

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The wife said I could get a new rangefinder for my birthday. So, I went and bought the RX600 this week at bass pro. The online sale ad lists it for $199.00 and on sale for $169.00. Bring a copy of the online ad because in store it is still listed @ $199.00. I used it on Sat. and it worked great.
 

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The wife said I could get a new rangefinder for my birthday. So, I went and bought the RX600 this week at bass pro. The online sale ad lists it for $199.00 and on sale for $169.00. Bring a copy of the online ad because in store it is still listed @ $199.00. I used it on Sat. and it worked great.
I got my RX600 and it works great. Thanks for pushing me over the edge Farmerdoug!
 
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