Hit your long-range targets with incredible accuracy while using the Leupold RX-2800 TBR/W Laser Rangefinder. Press play to view this rangefinder's features.
Choose the Leupold RX-2800 TBR/W Laser Rangefinder when you need to measure the distance between you and your target. Equipped to measure the distance with an ample amount of accuracy, this rangefinder has a 1/2 yard accuracy out to 2,800 yards. Not to mention, the armor coated, easy-grip rubber coating is an ideal design for a steady grip, while the rugged black and grey design keep a low-profile in the field. Even if the target is moving quickly, this Leupold rangefinder features an on target scan mode when tracking moving targets—meaning, you don't have to worry about inaccurate distance or missing the trophy shot. Enjoy accuracy with the Leupold RX-2800 TBR/W Laser Rangefinder.
On-Target Scan Mode: Tracks a moving target
Waterproof: Protects rangefinder from damage
OLED Display: Offers more light for a clear view
Fully Multi-Coated Lenses: Provide a clear image
Alpha IQ: Improves accuracy on long-range readings
True Ballistic Range with Wind: Tracks angle of your shot
Angle Compensation: Accurate data despite uneven terrain
Armor Coated: Easy-grip rubber coating for added protection
I bought this in replacement of my Leupold 1200 for long range capability. Good quality rangefinder. Ranges quickly. Display is good, but it's a little tedious to change brightness settings. The MOA indication is a nice feature, however it does not track perfectly with my ballistics calculator with very precise load data entered. I think it could be useful with shooting out to 250 to 300 yards, but then I would have to rely on the ballistics calculator. Overall a good product with great optics clarity.
Just got this one today, need to test it in the desert at longer ranges, but I'm ranging trees at 1300 meters. Far beyond what my RX 1200I could do. The cool thing is no misreads or fail to get a return, this thing sees it all. I needed something that can hit a steel silhouette at a mile. I think this can do it. we'll see. But for everything inside what my LR rifle can do (1275m) I'm good.
I just purchased this Rx-2800 After the lights burned out of my older RX-1000. Although I have not used this much I have ranged several different targets out to over 1500 yds and it does give a quick reading. I believe Leupold should eliminate the ammunition library and groups to choose from in this model and give the ability to input maybe up to 5 custom ballistic curves in the next generation of the RX-2800. My thought is that if a shooter needs or wants to range targets more than 600-700 yds they are likely reloaders and if you are shooting over those distances choosing from factory load groups just isn't going to cut it. I also think the TRIG mode could be eliminated as it seems somewhat redundant of the TBR and only accurate to 400 yds. The windmode is nice for a quick read but the MIL/MOA setting needs to be independent of the main BAS/MIL/MOA setting so that it can read MIL when set on BAS. Overall I am still a big fan of Leupold and do find the value in this rangefinder.
I have used this extensively while shooting over 1000yds and for hunting in the mountains so far this fall. Super fast range, will hit non-reflective targets farther than claimed. Very fast readings past 2000yds on semi-reflective targets(dirt banks and grass mountainsides). Angle feature is accurate. It will beat my two shooting and hunting partner's Sig 2400's by far. Good optical clarity for a rangefinder, and the reticle is fine enough to get good fixes as extended ranges. Typical Leupold-gives more than advertised. Would be nice if the included case kept out dust & snow better, as it is open on the bottom/top. The case does nicely hold the unit without slop.