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Nikon RifleHunter 550 MAX-1 Camouflage

Nikon RifleHunter 550 MAX-1 Camouflage
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3 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Nikon RifleHunter 550 MAX-1 Camouflage. The average rating for this product is 5.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Binoculars for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 100/100.

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Nikkon 550


You can't go wrong and the price on Newegg won't be beat.

This range finder is right on the money. Newegg has the best price I found. Shipping and delivery were fast and efficient as always. If you're shooting a bow from a tree 30 feet in the air, this is your baby. It gives you the true archery yardage and...


Feb, 2011

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The Egg Strikes Again


You won't find this product online any cheaper. Oh, sure, I've seen it new (supposedly new anyway) on a certain auction website (that shall remain nameless) for just about the same price. But, most of those sellers want at least $15 to ship the item....

Quality product with clear optics, variable ranging modes, as well as the "latest & greatest" angle compensating technology at a great price. It's also thinner and lighter than the model I was replacing... a Bushnell Legend

Can't really think of any legitimate issues. It even came with a battery. I guess I could say that the carrying case is not as form-fitting as the one that my Bushnell rangefinder came with. But, it's still quite serviceable

Sep, 2010

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Simple to use - great price


When I set on looking for the best price from a reputable vendor I did NOT think of the 'Egg. I buy a lot of stuff here, but a hunting accessory was not something I would have expected to find. Turned out that with my web searching that the 'Egg had...

Great price from the 'Egg. Simple to use this unit. Compared to a leupold rangefinder that also had the built-in inclinometer (sp?) and it had too many menu selections (which is a big thumbs down for field use). The Nikon Riflehunter switches modes...

Step down to 6X magnification from 8X magnification on the older 400 series. 8X would have been nice

Dec, 2009

Product Specifications

The new RifleHunter 550 incorporates Nikon¿s ID (Incline/Decline) Technology to compensate for bullet drop over virtually any shooting angle. No more guessing about holdover, just fast, accurate and consistent reads that get you on target quickly when seconds count.