Dallas, TX (June 17, 2016) – Big game hunters face a variety of challenges. Their quarry’s nose, ears and eyes are finely tuned defense weapons designed to detect even the most subtle hunter error or oversight. Wherever and whatever they hunt, hunters must use the elements of wind, camouflage, stealth and their own primal instincts to get into position to make an effective shot. It’s our sport’s most significant and rewarding challenge.
But once that position has been earned, other variables come into play. The bond between hunter and weapon will be tested. At this point, those who have practiced shooting from different positions and have complete knowledge of the particular ballistics of their specific weapon/projectile combination have the best chance at taking down their trophy. But one key variable remains: What’s the distance to my target?
At go time, even the most practiced marksman possessing infallible ballistic knowledge will fail to hit his or her mark if they misjudge the distance to the animal.
Don’t take chances. A high performance laser rangefinder like Halo’s NEW XRAY 800 (Model No. ZIR8X) will make those final few seconds of the hunt worry-free, allowing hunters to close the deal with a confident and clean shot.
The NEW Halo XRAY 800 Laser Rangefinder is a precise and finely engineered tool that will aid in conservation and contribute to the success of many hunts over many seasons – for an equally fine price that easily fits within most hunters’ budgets.
Delivering accuracy to +/- one yard, the Halo XRAY 800 provides impressive ranging out to a maximum of 800 yards – plenty of distance for any hunting situation. Versatile 6x magnification provides bright, clear images in a range of lighting conditions, while an updated and easy-to-read display with Dusk / Dawn mode shows battery status, mode setting, numerical display and unit of measure, which is selectable by yards or meters.
Dual operating modes allow users of the new Halo XRAY 800 to range targets in two ways. Standard mode provides a precise distance reading with a single push of the button, while Scan mode enables users to quickly range multiple targets without having to reactivate the laser for each target. AITM (Angle Intelligence) Technology automatically detects and compensates for slope in both mode settings, providing an accurate, “shoots like” distance reading, regardless of changes in elevation between user and target.
The compact XRAY 800’s ruggedized and water resistant housing is both durable and functional. Its comfortable and ergonomically correct grip extends over the lens to minimize glare while increasing surface area for more reliable handling. A nylon strap and protective case are included.
HALO XRAY 800 LASER RANGEFINDER
• Maximum of 800 Yards to Reflective Target
• Dusk / Dawn Display Mode
• 6x Magnification
• AI™ Technology Accounts for Slope to the Target
• Scan Mode Allows for Constant Ranging
• Precise to +/- One Yard
• Water Resistant
• One Year Warranty
• Uses One CR2 Lithium Ion Battery (included)
• Nylon Case (included)
Model No: ZIR8X
Distance to target? We’ll be the judges of that. You have plenty of other things to worry about. With an 800-yard range, color LCD readout display, built-in AI™ Technology and an expected average retail price below $170, Halo’s new XRAY 800 Laser Rangefinder packs a lot of high-performance value into a compact, worry-free package.