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New for 2021: Leupold RX-1400i TBR/W Rangefinder

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Leupold introduces its new RX-1400i TBR/W laser rangefinder, which the company claims is the most versatile, feature-rich rangefinder in its class.

Leupold RX-1400i TBR/W Laser Rangefinder Side Left Profile

Equipped with the company’s proprietary DNA ranging engine for lightning-fast accuracy and an exceptionally bright red display, the RX-1400i’s True Ballistic Range/Wind (TBR/W) feature uses ballistically calculated ranges to keep you on target even when on the most extreme uphill and downhill shots. TBR/W accounts for the angle of your shot and your rifle’s ballistics to put you dead on target. The wind feature provides 10 mph full value wind hold to help users calculate a hold value in rapidly-changing wind environments.

Leupold’s DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) laser engine delivers exceptionally fast ranging speeds, and the RX-1400i is capable of ranging 1,400 yards on reflective objects and 1,200 yards on trees. Its 5x magnification makes it easy to find your target.

Leupold RX-1400i TBR/W Laser Rangefinder View from Back

The rangefinder also features BOW mode to provide a super-fast and accurate archery ranges within +/- 1-yard at inclines/declines and line of sight (LOS) for use with ballistic apps. BOW mode works with the unit’s TBR engine to provide the equivalent horizontal range (level fire range) for arrows. The displayed range represents the ballistically equivalent horizontal distance to the target if the target is 175 yards or less.

Weighing in at just 5 ounces, the RX-1400i is wrapped in a rugged polymer housing that is 100 percent waterproof and extreme climate tested.

The RX-1400i TBR/W has an MSRP of $199.99. For more information, visit leupold.com.

Article by American Hunter Staff

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