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Yard Range: 10-1600 yards
Magnification: 7X 24mm objective lens
Display Type: LED/Red
Dimensions: 4.5″ x 2.25″ x 1.25″
Angle Compensation: Yes
Measuring System: Yards/Meters
Measuring Distance: Line of sight/Slope
Use: Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting, Target Shooting, Golf
Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B Review
The Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B is a compact unit that may be small in size but not in features. As a Leica, it has everything you should expect from Advanced Ballistic Compensation (ABC) Technology and Aqua Dura Coatings to 1600 yard readouts and 7X magnification with a wide field of view.
The Rangemaster holding a near perfect rating online. With many reviewers putting in their opinions about it, it’s proving to be a hands-down rangefinder worth investing in.
According to reviewers, it has better ranging quality and easier display readings than the older Leica 1600 rangefinder. While both are at the same price, you can bet the newer model is going to be a better buy.
- Ballistic data
- Angle compensation
- Multiple built-in features
- High power
Rangemaster CRF 1600-B Rangefinder Q&A:
The Aqua Dura Coating is the ultimate form of protection for your optics that Leica has to offer. Even with a very rugged terrain, don’t give a second thought to your lenses.
In the worst conditions possible, Leica’s special coating with increased abrasion resistance will repel dirt and dust and protect against damage so that you can keep your pristine image of your target. When it comes time for a wipe down, maintenance is a breeze.
The Leica 1600-B rangefinder has the convenient automatic power-off function. It’s intelligent sensors know when it’s being used or not. When it’s not in shooting position you’ll notice the laser dot will shut down to preserve battery life.
The display readings also have a various display time. If you’re in normal mode, the readings will stay up for a lengthy six seconds. If you’re in scan mode, the readings will linger for three seconds.
The majority of rangefinders only offer up to 6X magnification, but this rangefinder takes it to another level at 7X magnification. That means you can range further with more precise images and detail without compromising on depth and clarity.
Like the older model, the Leica Rangefinder 1600, it can officially range out to 1,600 yards. Off the record though, many reviewers are posting that it can range far beyond the official 1,600. Many report distances of 1,700 to 2,000 yards. But for long range rifle use, you’ll get the sharp, clear images you need to hone in your target anywhere between the 10 to 1,600 yards promised.
Yes! This rangefinder has thermometer, barometer, and inclinometer functions that make it a great accessory for any kind of terrain you’re ranging in. While in a mountainous area, you can range your target for a true equivalent horizontal distance reading as well as the angle of incline/declination to make your shot.
- 7X Magnification
- Advanced Ballistic Compensation
- Inclinator, Barometer, Thermometer features
- Aqua Dura Coating on external lenses
- Internal Ballistic Curves calculations with ammunition types
- Waterproof to 3.2 feet
Our Verdict on the Leica 1600 B Rangefinder
The aim of it is, the Leica Rangemaster CRF 1600-B is the epitome of ranging perfection. There’s nothing that the Rangemaster misses when it comes to reliability, accuracy, and maxed-out features to get the job done and on the spot! That’s why we awarded it a place in our line-up of the best rifle hunting rangefinders.
The Rangemaster CRF 1600-B has been superseded by another Leica Rangefinder that’s new to 2017 is the CRF 2000-B. You know it’s going to be mouth-watering to check out. Make sure you’re ready to dish the cash before you start window shopping!
But, another brand to rival Leica is Zeiss. Take their Zeiss Victory PRF Monocular for example. It’s priced just right, has awesome features, and pristine-clear images. For a couple hundred dollars less, you’ll be sitting alright. Don’t over spend or you’ll be a sitting duck!
Everything that Leica pumps out is absolute perfection. If you’re a perfectionist and you don’t want to settle for anything less than the best, Leica is a no-brainer buy. It’s that simple. You have permission to indulge in your perfecting quirks – Leica is right there with you!