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Picked up a pair yesterday for hunting, and absolutely love them, they are immaculate out to 500 yds(thats all the distance I have here) and very affordable. Picked them up at Academy for 79. I would suggest these to anyone looking for a good set of binos for hunting, or just looking. Clear picture, easy adjustments, great binos.
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Excellent indeed. Got out at 11pm last night and looked at the back treeline (350-400 yds) and could perfectly see the outline, and see anything with a lighter contrast up against it, and darker things in the lighter colored fields on the other side. Great deal that SWFA sells them!
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Originally posted by LRSMike LRSMike wrote:

Picked up a pair yesterday for hunting, and absolutely love them, they are immaculate out to 500 yds(thats all the distance I have here) and very affordable. Picked them up at Academy for 79. I would suggest these to anyone looking for a good set of binos for hunting, or just looking. Clear picture, easy adjustments, great binos.
That is a shame we could have saved you a few $.
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CF II, I'll make sure to always look on stuff that I'm really looking into. Those just happened to be an impulse buy since we were out doing Christmas shopping. I wasn't even looking for binos, just happened to walk by them and picked them up.
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Yours is s pretty typical reaction of anybody who has ever looked through a Yosemite.  I see they have a new designation and some changes in the Wind River Green Ring line, including the Yosemite..
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So most people that you know love theirs?
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I haven't heard a negative word.
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Originally posted by Chris Farris II Chris Farris II wrote:

Originally posted by LRSMike LRSMike wrote:

Picked up a pair yesterday for hunting, and absolutely love them, they are immaculate out to 500 yds(thats all the distance I have here) and very affordable. Picked them up at Academy for 79. I would suggest these to anyone looking for a good set of binos for hunting, or just looking. Clear picture, easy adjustments, great binos.
That is a shame we could have saved you a few $.


What is the difference between the original Yosemite and the new BX-1?  Is it just cosmetic?
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I scored a pair of those 6x30's and I have to agree with you.  So far they seem to be a great value for the price.  I will be trying them in the field next week during the second Tennessee rifle season. 
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The only stated specs. that I see that changed, are close focus is 10 ft. on the new model,
a little shorter than the previous,  I have found the early version is much the same 10', the FOV is
the same.  There is a change in the armor.  So I suppose a new look is the update.
 
Otherwise, maybe someone else has found some other changes.  Either way, these are a nice
binocular.
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Well, whatever the differences, I bought a Yosemite for each of my two boys for Christmas.  When they arrived I couldn't help myself but to open them up and give them a quick once-over.  (the boys will never know... right?)   I was pretty impressed.  Now I need one for my wife and another - maybe one in pink camo - for my daughter.
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Originally posted by lucznik lucznik wrote:

Now I need one for my wife and another - maybe one in pink camo - for my daughter.
Well, since the older models are being discontinued, this might be a good time.
 
 


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