I wanted to start a discussion on rangefinders. Mostly because I suck at estimating long distances correctly, so for me to be able to place an accurate shot at long distances, I am handicapped where that is concerned and need a rangefinder badly. To what I think is 350 yards, may actually be closer to 270, as to which could be the difference between a hit or a miss altogether. My first rangefinder was in the form of a Bushnell Yardage Pro laser rangefinding 4-12x scope. I thought it was the coolest thing since ice cream when I first got it. It had a lot of good features (like a remote switch you can put on your handguard), but I always just used the manual button on the side of it. I sold the AR that scope was mounted leading up to the '08 elections and have went without since mostly due to not really having a gun that is capable of long distance shooting until I picked up the fal recently, so since it has the oomph and accuracy to get out there, I am getting that gun setup as my first grab for that sort of thing. So, I needed a new finder and found the one I wanted at ebay for far less than MSRP. I researched all of the big brands out there and settled on a Wildgame Innovations HALO X-Ray Z6X 600 Yard Laser Range Finder. More info here: http://www.wildgameinnovations.com/halo-xray600.html Its' small size doesn't take up much room (about 4"x3") and doesn't weigh a lot- (mere ounces), but it has one features that didn't even exist a few years ago, and that dealt with shooting at angles. Living in the Appalachian Mountains, I can count on 3 fingers the places where I can shoot that is mostly level and flat land, so having a rangefinder that calculates both the actual distance to the object and the "theoretical" distance based on your shooting angle will be very beneficial to me. I hadn't planned on adding any more weight or bulk to the rifle itself because it's a beast in its' own right, but found that the rangefinder fit in a Blackhawk cheekpad with side pocket perfectly, so at least this way the rangefinder is convienently located and with the gun where it needs to be and is not in my way. I was also able to fit a ballistic chart cheat sheet in the pocket with the finder so I can do holdovers at least out to 400 yards with no scope adjustments being necessary at all. Or at least theoretically LOL I am interested in finding out what kind of rangefinders you guys are using and how you like them (or not).