Ruttin’ Review: Dead On Range finder

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O.K. I admit I am a pretty good shot. I also admit that my distance guessamation skills needs a little work. O.k., o.k. alot of work.

So I bought a range finder under $30.00.

No, I didn’t get a old used one and I’m not crazy, it’s called the Dead On range finder!

This isn’t something you wear on your neck and need to bring it up to your face when you see game,  hopefully they don’t see you,  it’s mounted right on your bow sight.

You’ve seen those before and they only work on whitetail?


This isn’t one of those step ones that look like they didn’t trim your sight right.

You can adjust the rangefinder to work for elk, antelope, caribou, bear, turkey, mule deer and yes even whitetail.

When I seen it I was a little leery about the whole set up but for under what I pay for a good dinner I decided to give it a shot.

I ordered it on a Wednesday and it was at my door in less than a week, 4 days to be exact. That alone is impressive.

How this works is a rubber mounting bracket with tiny holes to put the fiber optic pins, you clean your site housing and stick it on. Then you look up your draw length, what animal you want to shoot and start counting. You need to go the web site and look up the animal you are hunting, the company predetermined what holes you need to put the fiber optic pins in.

This thing is extremely easy to install, the only bad thing is I had to break out my reading glasses, the holes were small, but I guess that is on my genetics not the product.

That’s it! You have a range finder up to 60 yards with minimal movement.

No more little voices in the back of your head saying “That’s 25, no.. maybe it’s 30…” This will bring confidence to your shooting and killing with a clean shot. You know as well as I do a confidant shot is a good shot.

The price of this thing is 3 bad shots with a quality arrow,but, no more sleepless nights of what went wrong. No more buying batteries, lugging another gadget in your back pack.

I was on my last day of my turkey hunt, a turkey was behind me and if it wasn’t for the Dead On Range Finder I would have shot low on the bird. Instead I have a bird in my freezer.  What would rather have dirt on your broadhead or  meat is in the freezer waiting to be marinate  with some garlic and chicken broth?

I thought so.

Get one, it  will give you confidance and piece of mind for that quick or long distance shot.

Go to the web site at

This is a must have for ALL bowhunters. By far the best thing I have every field tested.

About 6or7

1st in formost I am saved by the blood of my savior Jesus Christ. I fall in love with my wife on a daily basis. I have a strong passion for the outdoors and shooting my bow.
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3 Responses to Ruttin’ Review: Dead On Range finder

  1. Pingback: 2010 in review and looking ahead… « 6 or 7

  2. Marty says:

    Hey there 6or7
    I was not going to believe your review until I seen you are a disciple of the King of Kings. Amen to your statement brother and thanks for not hiding your identity in CHRIST that so many,.. so called CHRISTians do all the time. Keep wearing our LORD on your sleeve brother.

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