Ranger 1000

Ranger® 1000

SKU
RRF-101
Ranger 1000 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 244.
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MSRP $449.99
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Overview

Capable of ranging targets to 1,000 yards, the Ranger 1000 gives hunters and shooters the distance data needed to make accurate shots. Primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) mode displays an angle-compensated distance reading. Easy to use with a clean display and highly intuitive menu, the Ranger 1000 keeps things simple, yet provides a high level of performance.

Fully multi-coated lenses deliver optimal light transmission and o-rings seal the Ranger 1000 for waterproof performance. Can be set to read in yards or meters to accommodate user preference. Ideal for gun hunters, target shooters and bowhunters, the Vortex Ranger 1000 is sure to be a hit - and ensure hits.


Compact, ergonomic and lightweight, the Ranger 1000 is easy to pack or hang around your neck using the included lanyard. The adjustable, utility clip mounted to the body offers an innovative way to clip the unit to a belt, pocket, or other flat edged surface for easy access. Clip can be mounted to right or left side of the unit or completely removed. Runs on common CR2 battery.

Included in the Box
  • Utility Clip
  • Neck Lanyard
  • Soft Carry Case
  • CR2 Battery
Range Reflective (yards) 11-1000 yards
Range Deer (yards) 11-500 yards
Accuracy +/- 3 yards @ 1000 yards
Max Angle Reading +/- 60 degrees
Magnification 6x
Objective Lens Diameter 22 mm
Linear Field of View 315 feet/1000 yards
Angular Field of View 6 degrees
Eye Relief 17 mm
Operating Temperature 14°-131°F
Length 3.9 inches
Width 3 inches
Weight 7.7 oz
Product Manual (PDF) Download

Reticle

HCD CORRECTED SHOOT-TO RANGE

The Ranger 1500 uses HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) angle-compensated ranging technology to give bow and rifle shooters the critical distance data needed to make accurate shots.

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crystal clear and TOUGH! I just bought this Rangefinder this year for my first archery hunt in Idaho. This thing is amazing! I can see everything in very low-light the lighted reticle is beautiful. This thing is also tough-as-nails! I was riding my 4 wheeler on a trail and it slipped off my backpack at 28mph onto the trail. I had to backtrack four and a half miles to find it laying in the middle of the trail. It was covered in dust but when I picked it up cleaned it off and look through it to test it out the thing worked just like it was new. I also know that it has an amazing VIP warranty so no worries at all. I will be nothing but Vortex products for all of my Optics.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First Range Finder This thing is solid. Clear optics. Excellent display. Easy to use. I am a surveyor by trade. As such I regularly use $70,000+ dollar EDM's or Electronic Distance Meters. I basically got a mini version of our total station for my pocket which I think is awesome. I can tell you I have ranged everything in my yard, my neighbors yards and up and down the road to the shooting range. I don't know how long the battery will last, but I can tell you it did two solid days with no problems. I did however find it very hard to range with the fresh snowfall, which I presume is difficult to do with any rangefinder. Anyway I highly recommend this rangefinder.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid product at a reasonable price Purchased this rangefinder for my 12 year old sons first elk hunt. We were hunting in very windy, wet and snowy conditions. During our final stalk we had to crawl the last hundred yards through wet snowy ground. I had to wipe the accumulated slush off the lens with my wet glove at least 10 times prior to checking the range. Every time I put the optic to my eye I had a fog free lens and an accurate readout. My son shot his first elk at 350 yards and we have a freezer full of tasty meat. The shot was uphill and across a large drainage. Without the built in height corrected distance I would have totally guessed wrong on the distance. Thanks Vortex.
Date published: 2017-06-15
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