Compact, ergonomic and lightweight, the Ranger 1800 is easy to pack or hang around your neck using the included lanyard. The adjustable, utility clip mounted to the body offers an innovative way to clip the unit to a belt, pocket, or other flat edged surface for easy access. Clip can be mounted to right or left side of the unit or completely removed. Runs on common CR2 battery.
Capable of ranging targets to 1,800 yards, the Ranger 1800 gives hunters and shooters the distance data needed to make accurate shots. Primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) mode displays an angle-compensated distance reading. Easy to use with a clean display and highly intuitive menu, the Ranger 1800 keeps things simple, yet provides a high level of performance.
Fully multi-coated lenses deliver optimal light transmission and o-rings seal the Ranger 1800 for waterproof performance. Can be set to read in yards or meters to accommodate user preference. Ideal for gun hunters, target shooters and bowhunters, the Vortex Ranger 1800 is sure to be a hit—and ensure hits.
Soft carry case
Anti-reflective lens coatings provide brighter views
O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust, and debris from getting inside
Compact, lightweight and built to handle tough situations
Rubber armor provides a secure, non-slip grip
Diopter adjusts for precise focus
Utility clip provides quick, convenient access
Horizontal Component Distance (HCD) mode for angle compensated ranging
Line of Sight (LOS) mode displays actual line of sight range
Scan mode displays continual distance readings when panning across a landscape or tracking a moving animal
Intuitive, easy-to-use menus feature a simple, clean illuminated display
They were out of stock when I ordered it but they let me know the whole story with why and got it delivered pretty quick (4-6weeks sooner than anybody else )I bought this to put on a savage 110 elite precision , it’s built very sturdy very impressed with the quality , I don’t have much experience with other bipods other than the generic stuff along the lines of Harris etc. but leaps and bounds in differences definitely worth the money!
I recently bought this as a gift for my son, so I can not make any claims towards longterm durability. Installation is stupid simple. If you own a flat head screwdriver and can remove the factory handguards, you’re good. If you have some thread locker, you’re even better. Once installed, handguards are extremely solid feeling, and the integrated qd sockets are a nice feature. These are inevitably compared to the KAC M4 RAS. The only negative difference I can come up w/ is the lack of a heat shield. I don’t know how much that matters, but I’m betting it will be a nonissue.