Bushnell Prime 1300 Rangefinder

The new Prime 1300 rangefinder from Bushnell offers up to twice the light transmission in low-light conditions.

Bushnell Prime 1300 Rangefinder

The 2019 lineup of laser rangefinders from Bushnell has been engineered to be up to two times brighter than competitive models in their respective classes.

The Prime 1300 allows ranging of reflective targets out to 1,300 yards with 6X magnification and a 24mm objective lens. This rangefinder features Bushnell’s exclusive Angle Range Compensation (ARC) with bow and rifle modes as well as scan, bull’s-eye and brush targeting modes.

The Prime 1300 has an all-glass optical system that also features an enhanced LCD display. Large objective lenses on the Prime 1300 let in more light, and fully multi-coated optics with ultra-wide band coating provide sharp, clear images. The lenses are protected by Bushnell’s exclusive EXO Barrier lens coating.

Built with a proprietary algorithm to ensure quick, consistent readings, the new lineup of Bushnell rangefinders feature a two-lens system along with a powerful laser diode for longer, more accurate readings. In addition, the new rangefinders have an enhanced, ergonomic design that’s been slimmed down to balance evenly in the hand and offer a comfortable grip with or without gloves.

The minimum advertised price for the Bushnell Prime 1300 rangefinder is $169.99. Note: At the time of this article, the Bushnell website had not been updated with the company's new-for-2019 rangefinders.


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