There's a new Ranger in town. Steiner Optik just released Steiner Ranger LRF 10x42, their first rangefinding binoculars in a sleek Roof-prism build. With a competitive price and improved ergonomics, the Ranger LRF series is primed to be a great success. The 10x42 LRF model caters to deer hunters who shoot from longer distances but can also be a handy tool for an avid birder.
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