No More Guessing Yardage While at Full Draw! Get Drawn, not Busted!
Be drawn and ready to range in a moments notice. Don't be caught holding a range finder in one hand and your bow in the other just to watch an animal walk away.
The RangeViewer is legal in all 50 states and the Pope and Young Club recognize entries harvested with the aid of the RangeViewer.
It is set up for mature animals were there is less than 5% variation in size. Just range, select pin, aim, and shoot. You can still use it for younger animals and females, but you will have to make a slight aiming adjustment and hold the calculated sight pin on the bottom portion of the kill zone. Smaller animals will visually range farther because they have smaller bodies than mature male animals. Size data for different age classes and females will be included with each purchase.
The Rangeviewer is set up to range animals broadside or slightly quartering by using the lines cut into the top of the key. In this example of a right handed Rangeviewer, the starting point is on the far left. To range an animal with its head facing to the left you put the flat end on the left side on its shoulder then look to see where the hind end stops in relation to the key. If it stops between 30 and 40 yards the animal will be 35 yards away from you. The bottom cut marks in the key ranges an animal when it is facing towards you or away from you. Simply put the flat left end of the key on the left side of the animal and see where the right side falls in relation to the bottom of the key. If the viewed width stretches to the 20 yard marking, the animal will be 20 yards away.