“Close enough” simply isn’t good enough for Leupold®, and probably not for you, either. Leupold RX Series Rangefinders range faster, more accurately and to longer ranges than ever before. Our proprietary DNA engine responds instantly with crisp precision within 1/10th yard and TBR (True Ballistic Range) gives you all you need to place your shot perfectly.
|FullDraw2 with DNA Digital Laser Rangefinder||6.00x||23.00mm||4.00in||7.00oz||6.00yd||$324.00|
|RX-600 Digital Laser Rangefinder||6.00x||23.00mm||4.00in||6.80oz||6.00yd||$249.00|
|RX-750 TBR Digital Laser Rangefinder||6.00x||23.00mm||4.00in||6.80oz||6.00yd||$349.00|
|RX-850i TBR with DNA Digital Laser Rangefinder||6.00x||23.00mm||4.00in||7.00oz||6.00yd||$324.00|
|RX-1200i TBR/W with DNA Digital Laser Rangefinder||6.00x||22.00mm||3.80in||7.80oz||6.00yd||$454.00|
|RX-1200i with DNA Laser Rangefinder||6.00x||22.00mm||3.80in||7.80oz||6.00yd||$454.00|
Advanced OLED Technology (RX 1000 / RX 1200)
The OLED advantage: A major advancement for the RX platform is the significant improvement in light transmission and resolution. Leupold developed a platform to support an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display. Instead of looking through a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) as with traditional rangefinders, where the LCD film reduces image quality by stripping out light and reducing the resolution, the OLED display is reflected into the light path of the RX optical system leaving a crystal clear image. When in early morning or late evening low-light conditions, the 3x greater light transmission over competitive LCD rangefinders will give you that extra advantage.
Built-In Inclinometer (TBR Models Only)
CR2 Lithium Battery
Clicking Fast-Focus (RX)
Fast-focus eyepiece with precision clicks for quick adjustments in the field.
DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy)
Leupold has achieved a remarkable advancement in digital laser rangefinding. Our next generation rangefinder engine pushes the envelope forward to reach greater precision at larger distances and with increased speed. Leupold rangefinders with DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) are able to deliver faster and more precise results, accurate to within 1/10 of a yard – against all background colors and textures.
Fold Down Rubber Eyecups
Fully Multicoated (RX)
Fully multicoated lens system for a bright, pristine image.
High Performance Optics
Line Of Sight Distance (RX)
Line Of Sight Distance (LOS) gives you the straight line distance to the target.
Quick Set Menu
Scan Mode (RX)
Continuous range updates in Scan Mode keep you on target as you track movement or scan an area.
Select from three different reticles
Choose from three different reticles: Plus Point™, Duplex, and Duplex with Plus Point.
Trig (RX 1000 / RX 1200)
Select models of Leupold’s legendary RX rangefinders now feature TRIG, a unique function that is included to support engineers and professionals. TRIG displays the true horizontal range (cosine) and true vertical range (sine), which is based upon trigonometry and the Line Of Sight distance.
Trophy Scale (RX)
Select RX models let you instantly and accurately judge the width and/or height of a target using Trophy Scale. To be used properly, you must enter the width/height measurement you would like to use as a baseline. Once the baseline Trophy Scale value has been saved, the Trophy Scale bracketing system will automatically adjust to changing distances to the target. Trophy Scale™ lets you know if your target measures up.
True Ballistic Range (TBR)
Not only will you have accurate laser range finding capabilities with True Ballistic Range® technology matched to your rifle’s ballistics, you get the ballistics range to the target shown as a holdover point, an MOA adjustment, or the equivalent horizontal distance.
The RX™-1000i TBR and RX™-1200i TBR have Four True Ballistic Range readouts for rifle shooters:
MOA: The minutes of angle of elevation to adjust your riflescope for precise zero.
HOLD: The number of inches or centimeters to hold over or under aim point on target.
MIL: The milliradians of angle of elevation to adjust your riflescope for precise zero.
BAS: The equivalent horizontal range for which you should hold for use with your bullet’s ballistics.