Vortex Razor HD 4000 Laser Rangefinder LFR-250. Razor HD 4000 Laser Rangefinder (LRF-250). The Razor HD 4000 is the essential companion for the extreme hunter, archer and shooter.
The extremely effective angle compensated laser rangefinder features four targeting modes (Normal Mode, First Mode, Last Mode and Extended Laser Range Mode) for any ranging environment. The primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) range mode provides key angle compensated range information required by the vast majority of shooters in a simple, quick to read display. The Razor HD 4000 also has a LOS (Line of Sight) range mode and scan feature.Locks in and displays the farthest distance when panning and scanning. This mode is ideal for ranging a specific target behind a group of objects like brush, trees, rocks, etc. Note: If unsure about the range, simply release the measure button and range again. The HCD range display is intended to be the primary modeused for most rifle and archery shooting applications. The yardage number displayed is the critical horizontal component distance. Use the HCD range mode in the following situations. Rifle shooting on level ground at any range. Rifle shooting out to ranges of 400 yards with moderate slopes (15-30 degrees) or out to ranges of 800 yards with mild slopes (less than 15 degrees). The displayed HCD yardage number is corrected for shot angle and needs no extra user input; shooters simply use the appropriate level ground bullet drop and wind adjustment for the range displayed and shoot. Archers use the appropriate level ground sight pin for the range displayed and shoot. LOS mode is intended for rifle shooters who are using slope correcting ballistic drop data cards, ballistic apps, or other devices with ballistic programs and who are shooting at distances beyond 500 yards with slopes greater than 15 degrees. The range number displayed in LOS mode is the actual line of sight range with no ballistic correction for slope. Most of the commonly used ballistic devices can provide independent slope correction for bullet drop data and require actual line of sight range input. Using the LOS range when calculating bullet wind drifts under these steep slope/long range conditions will provide a higher degree of accuracy than using the HCD range.
To use, simply input the LOS range number into the electronic device or use the LOS range when referencing ballistic drop cards with slope correction. The Scan feature can be used to range moving targets or help range smaller targets on uniform backgrounds, and works in both ranging and target modes. Once powered up, press and hold the Measure button and scan back and forth, watching for changes in the yardage number as the aiming circle moves across target objects. The illuminated Scan icon will blink, indicating Scan Ranging is activated. Using a tripod to steady the rangefinder will increase your ability to range small targets at longer distances.
If the Razor HD 4000 is used on a tripod, the reticle may appear tilted depending on tripod level. If the wrong contact details are provided any losses incurred as a result will be the buyers responsibility. International Buyers - Please Note. The item "Vortex Razor HD 4000 Laser Rangefinder LFR-250" is in sale since Monday, December 7, 2020.
This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Hunting\Scopes, Optics & Lasers\Range Finders". The seller is "all_outdoor_sports" and is located in Brookline, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.