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Bushnell Tour V3 Rangefinder Vs. SureShot Pin Loc 1000 Rangefinder

 Newts14 ·  
Newts14Newts14 Members  6WRX Points: 0Handicap: N/APosts: 6
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Hey guys,<br />
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Just have a question regarding different rangefinders on the market.<br />
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Looking at purchasing my first one and wanted to know peoples opinions between the Bushnell Tour V3 and SureShot Pin Loc. Has anybody used both and know what differences they have? Does anyone have any other ones they'd consider in the same price range?<br />
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I've been reading through the info on this forum but there's so much. Just thought I'd ask instead.<br />
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Cheers,<br />
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  • staust5staust5 Members  66WRX Points: 52Posts: 66 Bunkers
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    Can't go wrong with a bushnell bro..
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  • Newts14Newts14 Members  6WRX Points: 0Handicap: N/APosts: 6
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    Yeah, I was thinkin Bushnell but the sureshot is on special at the mo where I'm looking. Anyone have any feedback on this one? Also, do people highly recommend slope models or are they just a nice to have?<br />
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    Cheers<br />
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  • Hateto3PuttHateto3Putt Smoking Makes You Look Cool! Members  6413WRX Points: 370Posts: 6,413 Titanium Tees
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    I'm no optics specialist, bu this is the first I've heard of "Sureshot."<br />
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    I'm a Bushnell fan, used them for years. As far as slope features, I'd vote nay.<br />
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    Either way, I think you'll find that lasers rock.

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  • cristphotocristphoto Members  4062WRX Points: 415Handicap: 7Posts: 4,062 Titanium Tees
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    Echoing what the previous post stated, I've never heard of Sure Shot either. I have a Bushnell Z6 Jolt that is accurate and easy to use. Its also compact enough that I keep it in my pocket when I play. I have friends that have V2 and V3 Bushnell's too. They all easily lock on to the pins and when we compare units they all basically give the same readings. Hard to go wrong with a Bushnell.
  • jacobtanakajacobtanaka Members  9WRX Points: 7Posts: 9 Bunkers
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    Please go through a review or comparison article online from a reputed website.


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