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Laser Range Finders & Zeroing Aids

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BKL600 1 inch (25mm) ring 12 Way Folding Anti Cant and Zeroing Bubble Level

Bubble level that attaches to 1" (25mm) tube scope tubes.

£22.95
£19.13 (ex. VAT)
BKL610 30mm ring 12 Way Folding Anti Cant and Zeroing Bubble Level

BKL610 - Attaches to 30mm tube scope tubes.

£37.95
£31.63 (ex. VAT)
Hawke Endurance LRF1000 OLED 6x21 Handheld Laser Range Finder 41211

Range (Distance): 5-1000m / 5-1094yds. Distance, Horizontal Distance, Angle, Rain and Hunt modes

£204.95
£170.79 (ex. VAT)
Hawke Endurance LRF1500 OLED 6x21 Handheld Laser Range Finder 41212

Range (Distance): 5-1500m / 5-1640yds. Distance, Horizontal Distance, Angle, Rain and Hunt modes

£219.95
£183.29 (ex. VAT)
Hawke Endurance LRF700 OLED 6x21 Handheld Laser Range Finder 41210

Range (Distance): 5-700m / 5-766yds. Distance, Horizontal Distance, Angle, Rain and Hunt modes

£214.95
£179.13 (ex. VAT)
Hawke Vantage LRF400 6x21 Handheld Laser Range Finder 41200

Range (Distance): 6-400m / 7-437yds

£168.95
£140.79 (ex. VAT)
Hawke Vantage LRF600 6x21 Handheld Laser Range Finder 41201

Range (Distance): 6-600m / 7-656yds

£178.95
£149.13 (ex. VAT)
Hawke Vantage LRF900 6x21 Handheld Laser Range Finder 41202

Range (Distance): 6-900m / 7-984yds

£199.95
£166.63 (ex. VAT)
Scope Setter Scope Reticle and Mount Rings Levelling Picatinny Rail Tool

Set it up right the first time! Scope Setter is a bench-top tool that enables you to level your scope reticle and align the scope rings relative to true level on an actual Picatinny rail.

£99.95
£83.29 (ex. VAT)
WULF 1200 Metre 6x LRF Laser Rangefinder

Line of Sight & Scan, Horizontal Distance, Vertical Height and Speed)

£129.95
£108.29 (ex. VAT)
How far away is the target? Can you realistically hit it? What mil dots should you be using? How far shoukd you aim off to allow for ballistic arc and/or wind? All these questions are solved by laser range finders.