Vortex Drops New Laser Rangefinder Lineup

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Whether your perfect day consists of time at the range or on the mountain, three new laser rangefinders from Vortex will help you do what you love and do it well.

The time-tested Vortex Razor HD 4000 is now joined by the new Viper HD 3000, Diamondback HD 2000, and Crossfire HD 1400 laser rangefinders. Each unit comes equipped with a powerful HD optical system and soft carry case.

VIPER HD 3000 LASER RANGEFINDER

Whether you’re in open country or tall timber, precision and speed mean the difference between filling your freezer and tag soup. The Viper HD 3000 laser rangefinder gives you the tools to act quickly and confidently, with a 3,000-yard max range, and 2,000 yards on game.

• 7x magnification

• Red OLED display for stellar low-light performance

• .1 yard increment display

• Line of Sight and Horizontal Component Distance range modes and Scan Feature

• Normal, First, Last, and ELR target modes

• Tripod compatible to get the most out of its range

• $599.99 MSRP – Viper HD 3000 Laser Rangefinder

DIAMONDBACK™ HD 2000 LASER RANGEFINDER

If ranging targets at 1,000 yards and beyond is a staple in your repertoire, your laser rangefinder needs the horsepower to go long and the toughness to stand up to the field. The ultra-fast Diamondback™ HD 2000 gives hunters 2,000 yards max range, and 1,400 yards on game.

• 7x magnification

• Red OLED display for stellar low-light performance

• .1 yard increment display

• Line of Sight and Horizontal Component Distance range modes and Scan Feature

• Normal and Last target modes

• Tripod compatible to get the most out of its range

• $449.99 MSRP – Diamondback HD 2000 Laser Rangefinder

CROSSFIRE™ HD 1400 LASER RANGEFINDER

If you’re on the hunt for the perfect go-to laser rangefinder for archery and rifle hunters alike, you’ve found it in the Crossfire™ HD 1400. It carries light at only 4.8 ounces and hits hard, offering up to 1,400 yards max range, and 750 yards on game.

• 5x magnification

• Red TOLED display optimized for low light

• .1 yard increment display

• Line of Sight and Horizontal Component Distance range modes and Scan Feature

• Normal, First, and Last ranging modes

• $269.99 MSRP – Crossfire HD 1400 Laser Rangefinder

To learn more about the all-new lineup of Vortex laser rangefinders and how they stack up against previous models, tune in to episode 233 of the Vortex Nation Podcast. For an in-depth look at which rangefinder is right for you, check out “Rangefinder Modes – EXPLAINED!” on the Vortex YouTube channel.

For a list of specifications, frequently asked questions and high-resolution images, check out the Vortex New Product Portal. For more information, visit VortexOptics.com and be sure to follow Vortex Optics on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.


About Vortex Optics:

American owned, veteran-owned, Wisconsin-based Vortex Optics designs, engineers, produces, and distributes a complete line of premium sport optics, accessories, and apparel. Dedicated to providing unrivaled customer service and exceptional quality, Vortex® backs its products with the unconditional, transferrable, lifetime VIP Warranty. Built on over 30 years of experience in the optics industry, Vortex® has emerged as a leader in the optics market.Vortex Optics

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Happy Everafter

I hate this newspeak. “He” could be “she,” no such thing as a “woman,” “LBJ” didn’t mean some sort of gender weirdness, and
“Vortex Drops New Laser Rangefinder Lineup” would mean “no longer producing” or “no longer marketing.”

Boom

Any of them not made by communists?