Open country or in tall timber, precision and speed mean the difference between filling your freezer and tag soup. The Viper® HD 3000 laser rangefinder gives you the tools to act quickly and confidently, with a 3,000-yard max range and a stunning HD optical system that lets you pinpoint big game faster at distance. Four target modes (Normal, First, Last, ELR) and two ranging modes (LOS, HCD) mean you get the flexibility to range any shot on any hunt, making the Viper® HD 3000 perfect for the treestand and the mountains.
HCD CORRECTED SHOOT-TO RANGE
The Viper HD 3000 uses HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) angle-compensated ranging technology to give bow and rifle shooters the critical distance data needed to make accurate shots.
- Soft Carry Case
- Wrist Lanyard
- Bungee Cord Lanyard
- Lens Cloth
- Utility Clip
- Hook and Loop Harness Attachment
- 2.5mm Hex Wrench
- CR123 Battery
Range Reflective (yards): 3000 yds
Range Tree (yards): 2300 yds
Range Deer (yards): 2000 yds
Accuracy: +/- 1 yard @100 yards
Max Angle Reading: +/- 89 degrees
Objective Lens Diameter: 25 mm
Linear Field of View: 314 feet @ 1,000 yds
Angular Field of View: 6 degrees
Eye Relief: 15.5 mm
Length: 4.2 inches
Width: 1.7 inches
Weight: 9.1 oz
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- Max Reflective Range:
- 3000 yds.
- Tree Range:
- 2300 yds.
- Deer Range:
- 2000 yds.
- Linear Field of View @ 1000 yds.:
- Eye Relief:
- 9.1 oz.