This article outlines and reviews the ballistic functions of the Leica Geovid HD-B Edition 2200. It follows our main review of the HD-B Edition 2200, where we focused on general use and rangefinder performance. There’s a lot to cover with the Geovid. If you missed the first part of the review, check it out HERE.
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The elk grazed slowly along the edge of an old burn. With two quick presses of a button, the Leica Geovid HD-B ranged it at 854 yards, then displayed the MOA correction needed to make the shot. I ranged that cow several times, each time getting a distance and correction. It was the first time
Jessica and I just returned from our third Wyoming antelope hunt. We always look forward to this trip. Wide open spaces, unobstructed views, and lots of action are typical. We brought home some antelope meat and horns, tested some new gear and techniques, and enjoyed some pretty decent October weather. Like the first two, this hunt
I’ve had a lot of requests to do a review on the Leica 1600-B. With three seasons of using it for long range hunting and rifle competitions, I still recommend it for its high quality and overall value. This online review of the 1600-B is a supplement to our video review and field demo below.
Long range hunting puts serious demands on a hunter’s optics. The shot is taken at distances where most people would break out the spotting scope to size up an animal for a stalk. It entails hours of glassing, trying to pick out targets well beyond spotting with the naked eye. In northern Idaho, the vegetation