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killerloop1

leupold Rx2

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Been screwing around with my rxII,,, question, if I leave it on the 150, will it not pick up anthing under? 150yards,, also do I use the LOS when set in BOW B....? Sucks to lose the temp when using LOS.. I'm confused, yes I read the instruc,,,, killing me.

Just seems like a lot of dicking around on the settings,,, maybe should have got a nikon,,,,,,, but thats not the topic,,,Thanks in advance

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ANYONE?????

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I was deciding between the RX II and Monarch 800. Sorry, I decided on the simplicity of the Monarch and ability to shoot thru the blind screen.

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Ya I like the idea that the nikon is back lit

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