Guessing at distances for targets at the range or in the field is useless for accuracy when dialing in a bow or firearm optic, and especially on a hunt.

Laser rangefingers are almost a must-have item for any big game hunter. Whether you’re glassing for pronghorn in Wyoming or on deer hunting near a swamp in Alabama, pinpoint accuracy for the shot is what most folks want.

Halo’s new XL600 Laser Rangefinder has several top performance features along with an affordable price. It’s a solid item to suggest for hunters and target shooters if you’re looking to make additional sales.

The Halo XL600 quickly ranges to 600 yards  with accuracy to +/- 1 yard. Its 6X magnification provides bright, clear viewing and fast target acquisition. The internal LCD displays the reticle, battery status, mode setting, numerical display and unit of measure, which is selectable by yards or meters.

The Halo XL600 Laser Rangefinder operates in dual modes. Standard mode provides a single precise distance reading with one push of the button, while Scan mode enables users to quickly range multiple targets without having to reactivate the laser for each target.

Angle Intelligence technology automatically detects and compensates for slope in both mode settings, providing users with an accurate, “shoots like” reading, regardless of topography.

The XL600’s has a water resistant housing and comfortable, ergonomically correct grip for easy handling.

HALO XL600 Laser Rangefinder

  • Maximum of 600 yards to reflective target
  • 6x magnification
  • AI™ technology accounts for slope to the target
  • Scan Mode allows for constant ranging
  • Precise to +/- one yard
  • Water resistant
  • One-year warranty
  • Powered by one CR2 lithium ion battery (included)

MSRP is $119.99