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Precision Pro Golf wrote:
As someone has already stated, the configuration between golf rangefinders and hunting rangefinders are slightly different. Hunting rangefinders are configured with a last-priority configuration. This means that they want to be able to shoot past small branches, leaves, etc., without registering a distance until they hit something much larger. (Like the ground, a tree trunk or an animal.) Golf rangefinders are configured with first-priority configuration. This means that it will read a distance the first time it hits something -- most likely the flag or the flag pole.
If you're looking for a rangefinder that has both last-priority and first-priority technology, our [url="https://www.precisionprogolf.com/products/nx7-shot-rangefinder"]NX7 SHOT[/url] might be for you. This is a crossover designed rangefinder for golfers and hunters that can be switched be first-priority and last-priority modes. It also has a scanning mode, which is great for people who want multiple distances in one motion.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
Anybody use theirs for dual use? Which model?