M1050r LRF on deployment Part 1

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photo by Luke Graham

Who is the number one in Military range finders?  Steiner that’s who!  YOU need to check out this M1050 LRF.  Read and Share it!

Blocked behind this wall, as we can still 20here gun fire coming from an unknown distance north of our position!  Our team is broken up into two different position and Ojeda and I are just west of our team.  We needed to take care of this problem and fast.  I peeked my head up to get a bearing of where he might be only to take it down fast because I did not want to get it shot off.  “I think we are going to have to do a hasty shot on this one,” I explained to Ojeda.  He nodded in agreement.  Ojeda took out the M1050 LRF (Laser Range Finder) and took position underneath a piece of concrete.

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Ojeda, places the M1050 LRF up to his eyes and starts to scan the area looking for our shooter.  It really was no problem for Ojeda to locate him through the 10X50 Magnification it had!  Next thing I knew Ojeda calls out, “I found him!”  OjedaSteiner-10x50-LRF-Military-Binocular-Reticle-500x500 press the button to find the yards out.  The range was 465 yards out.  Ojeda scans the area to determine the wind value.  Calls it out for me and I dialed everything on my scope.  I roll around and pointed the scope in the general direction and then Ojeda walked me in.  I saw movement and then verified the target and fired.  A direct hit center mass.  I could not have done this without the help of the M1050 LRF, thanks Steiner.

One of the most important things you need as a sniper is a great spotter and a good range finder!  When both of these are working together! You are an unstoppable force!

Check out what Steiner has to say about the M1050 LRF:

This compact, powerful laser rangefinder is universally suited for all military services and tactical units. It’s the perfect combination of premium Steiner binoculars with a powerful class 1/eye safe laser for determining range to targets. No other bino/rangefinder combo will deliver the image and ranging accuracy and reliability of these military veterans.

Features a wide measurement range from 27 yards to over 1,860 yards on reflective targets, plus scan mode to measure small or moving targets.

  • Magnification 10xopplanet-steiner-binoculars-military-brf-10x50-398-04-main
  • Weight 44.8 oz
  • Width 8.1
  • Height 5.4
  • Item no. 398

Floating Prism System

uses flexible silicon lens mount to absorb severe shock, impact and abuse without damage

Ergonomic Design

shifts the center of gravity into the palms for comfortable, long-time observation and round-the-shoulder shape won’t hang up on hatches and doors in urgent situations.

N2 Injection™ system

seals 14-psi pressurized dry nitrogen into the optic, for fogproof clarity in any condition – from artic cold to desert heat.

Sports-Auto Focus™ System

lets you focus each eyepiece to your vision once, then keeps images razor sharp from 20 yards to infinity. No more chasing focus on moving objects.

NBR Rubber Armoring

is durable, slip-proof and noiseless to ensure secure, chassis-protecting grip in all conditions.

Makrolon® housing

is durable polycarbonate with NBR Long Life rubber armoring, creating a lightweight, rugged chassis that withstands 11 Gs of impact. Impervious to harsh conditions for generations of trusted use.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Item No. Magnification Objective Lens Field of View Special Feature
398 10x 50 144 ft. Tripod Mount, Military Specifications Laser Rangefinder Measuring Range: 27 to 1,860 Yds.

So, you are very excited to know that you can get one of these for yourself!  Well if you are going to a Sniper /Designated Marksman or a Long Range Precision course you need one of these!  The amazing M1050 LRF Stand by for more reviews!

Until then, check out the video below!

 

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