https://www.rmef.org/elk-network/revic-br4-ballistic-rangefinder/

The BR4 ballistic rangefinder is your one-stop-shop for both ranging and providing ballistic outputs based on the bullet used and the local environment. The BR4’s simple and intuitive design ensures quick and accurate firing solutions in MOA, MIL or Shoot-To-Range in BDC. Equipped with a maximum 4,000 yard ranging capability and 10X magnification you can range farther with more accuracy and confidence. Multiple sensors reliably read out environmental factors such as pressure, temperature, wind, and even incline/decline to instantly provide accurate information. Meanwhile, its Bluetooth capability makes it possible to create and sync up to ten ballistic profiles plus receive over-the-air updates using the free Revic Ops app. Different targeting modes (Near, Far, LR Near & LR Far Mode) assist in ranging the correct target in the field depending on its position compared to background or foreground objects. Also in Long Range Mode, the rangefinder takes time to collect more data points to help identify the target and perform better at longer distances. Both base and vector wind inputs enable quick or fine tuned wind holds. All of this works together to ensure quick and simple solutions in the heat of the moment, ensuring a timely and accurate shot. The lightweight Revic BR4 ballistic rangefinder combines efficiency with modern technology to bring you the best and latest in smart optics. Learn more at www.gunwerks.com/br4

Features & Specs:

  • 4,000yd Capable on reflective targets
  • On board ballistic solver, programmable by bluetooth via free Revic Ops app
  • Incorporated sensors measure range, angle, compass bearing, temperature & pressure
  • Ballistic output modes in MOA, MIL, Inches & exclusive BDC “Shoot To” range
  • Holds up to 10 on board ballistic profiles
  • 10x magnification
  • Weight: 10oz
  • Dimensions: 3.25”x4.85”x1.65”

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