The Razor HD 4000 is the essential companion for the extreme hunter, archer and shooter. The extremely effective angle compensated laser rangefinder features four targeting modes (Normal Mode, First Mode, Last Mode and Extended Laser Range Mode) for any ranging environment. The primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) range mode provides key angle compensated range information required by the vast majority of shooters in a simple, quick to read display. The Razor HD 4000 also has a LOS (Line of Sight) range mode and scan feature.
|DEER RANGE||TREE RANGE||REFLECTIVE RANGE|
|NORMAL MODE||1,600 yds (1,463 m)||1,800 yds (1,646 m)||2,400 yds (2,194 m)|
|NORMAL MODE (SCAN)||2,000 yds (1,829 m)||2,200 yds (2,012 m)||2,400 yds (2,194 m)|
|ELR MODE||2,200 yds (2,012 m)||2,500 yds (2,286 m)||4,000 yds (3,658 m)|
- ELR – Ideal for ranging targets at extreme distances. A slightly longer response time allows greatly extended range distances. Best used on a tripod.
- HCD – Horizontal Component Distance (HCD) mode for angle compensated ranging.
- LOS – Line of Sight (LOS) mode displays actual line of sight range.
- Scan – This feature displays continual distance readings when panning across a landscape or tracking a moving animal.
- Easy-to-use Menu – Intuitive, easy-to-use menus feature a simple, clean illuminated display.
- AWC ™ – All Weather Capable ranging allows the unit to return a distance even in a variety of adverse weather conditions.
- Ranging Format – Range in yards or meters.