Video Product Review: Bushnell Trophy Binos and Rangefinder
Bushnell knows what it takes to make quality optics. But, the thing that I like most about them is that they are super affordable.
New for 2016, Bushnell has introduced their Trophy Binoculars and Trophy Xtreme Rangefinder. The binoculars feature a smooth center focus nob, diopter adjustment, fully multi-coated lenses and a durable rubber exterior. The fully multi-coated lenses work to give you that bright, clear image, while the textured rubber exterior make them very comfortable to hold. Having an ergonomic pair of binoculars makes it easier to glass longer. The longer you glass, the better chance you have at finding that trophy animal. The rubber exterior gives you added protection against the elements and the occasional drop or bump.
Bushnell’s Trophy Binos are water-proof, giving you fog-free performance and can withstand complete immersion in water while staying dry inside. They have a field of view of 330 feet at 1000 yards and the twist-up eye cups give each user a custom fit, even for those that wear glasses. They are light, weighing in at only 25.3 ounces, making it easy to take them on any type of hunting trip.
The Trophy Xtreme Rangefinder pairs perfectly with the Trophy Binoculars, making them a lethal combination. This great rangefinder is extremely easy to use. Simply put the aiming circle on the target, depress the power button and hold it down until the range number appears. When you depress the power button, center crosshairs will appear, meaning that the rangefinder is working and the laser is active. When the crosshairs disappear, the correct yardage will appear. The Trophy Xtreme features ARC (Angle Range Compensator) which will take into account the uphill or downhill angles and calculate the corrected range for you to aim at. Simplicity is the name of the game with this rangefinder. There is only one button to push, so you don’t have to worry about switching through complicated modes. Check out the new Trophy Binoculars and Trophy Xtreme Rangefinder today at your local Sportsman’s Warehouse.
My name is Dan Kidder, I am Managing Editor of Sportsman's News Magazine. I am a former Marine who served with the Fleet Anti Terrorism Security Team Company during Operation Desert Storm. Prior to moving to Utah, I served as communications director for Georgia Congressman Mac Collins in his Washington, DC office. I am the President and CEO of On Target Defensive Training, offering firearms and unarmed combat courses to civilians and law enforcement. My students have included federal agents of the FBI, CIA, Secret Service, Border Patrol, ICE, local and state law enforcement, national celebrities, and the general public. My beat at Sportsman's News includes tactical firearms, personal protection, survival, first aid, camping, and hiking.