Archer’s Delight: Leupold RX-Fulldraw 4 with DNA Laser Rangefinder
Adam Scepaniak 09.18.20
A lot of the fall hunting seasons are beginning to open up across the United States and typically the first ones hunters can chase are archery seasons. This is perfect timing for the release of Leupold’s newly debuted RX-Fulldraw 4 with DNA Laser Rangefinder (LRF). Just in time for fall archery season, it can account for the precarious angles we as archers often find ourselves in while hunting and pursuing big game. Some of the hallmark traits that the RX-Fulldraw 4 has from Leupold can be read below:
- 6X Magnification
- Advanced OLED Technology
- Archer‘s Advantage Software
- Armor Coated
- DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy)
- Flightpath Technology
- Fully Multi-coated Lens System
- Line Of Sight Distance
- Scan Mode
- Select from three different reticles
The current MSRP is $714.99 in its one color offering of a Black and Olive finish. The new RX-Fulldraw Laser Rangefinder with DNA technology features the Leupold “Electronics Limited Two-Year Warranty” in the event that your product should ever need service. A further explanation as to what this new laser rangefinder is all about can be read below in the Press Release statement from Leupold:
“Built with the bowhunter in mind, the new RX-FullDraw 4 gives you the advantage you need to tag out every season.
By combining lightning-fast ½ yard accuracy with the acclaimed Archer’s Advantage™ software, the RX-FullDraw 4 is the most ballistically advanced archery rangefinder on the market.
You can also take the guess work out of achieving the perfect shot thanks to the new Flightpath™ technology, which uses your bow’s ballistics to display the highest point of your arrow’s flight, so you can take tighter shots with more confidence.
This extremely fast rangefinder will range out to 1,200 yards, so even if you’re too far to take the shot, you’ll know how much distance you need to close in order to seal the deal.“
With archery season right upon us, Leupold has impeccable timing with the release of their RX-Fulldraw 4 Laser Rangefinder with DNA Technology; impeccable timing like a well timed arrow released from your bow string. The only question that remains is what do you think? And would you be willing to spend $714 on this LRF? Let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.