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Introducing the Redfield Raider 600A Rangefinder

Introducing the Redfield Raider 600A Rangefinder

Redfield's John Snodgrass gave us a look at the brand new Redfield Raider 600A rangefinder at the 2013 ATA Show in Louisville, Ky. An updated model in the Redfield Raider line, the 600A includes angle compensation and is good out to 600 yards reflective, 500 yards on soft targets and 400 yards on deer. The Raider 600A retails for $234.99, and an alternate model without angle compensation retails for $215. Check out the video straight from the ATA Show.

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