New Nikon rangefinder designed for archers

Edited by Craig Nyhus, Lone Star Outdoor News

Photo by Nikon Sport Optics

Texas archery hunters are starting to think about the season. October isn’t that far away. Nikon’s new rangefinder is the perfect addition to their backpack or hunting bag.

The Nikon ARROW ID 3000 is built for archery hunters.  The proven TRU-TARGET Technology and the ID (Incline/Decline) Technology, the ARROW ID 3000 to removes the guesswork out of any shot’s equation, allowing archers to focus on the most critical aspect of the hunt; shot execution.

Is your blind or stand in the brush? Probably. TRU-TARGET TECHNOLOGY offers users the ability to select between FirstTargetPriotity (1st) mode and Distant Target Priority (Dst) mode. First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject — useful when measuring the distance to a subject in front of an overlapping background. Distant Target Priority mode displays the range of the farthest target among a group of targets measured, perfect in wooded areas.

Is your stand elevated, or your target area uphill or downhill? Likely. Nikon’s proven ID (Incline/Decline) Technology, included with the ARROW ID 3000, instantly calculates the horizontal distance to the target.

Do you hunt in low light conditions? Of course. The ARROW ID 3000 monocular system means less time searching for targets and more time preparing for the shot. The high-quality 4x monocular system features multilayer coatings for bright, clear images while offering invaluable field-of-view to easily locate and range targets quickly. The 20.3mm of eye relief makes ranging targets easy, even for eyeglass wearers.

The pocket-sized ARROW ID 3000 ranges distances form 6 to 550 yards, is rainproof, handles any temperature, and comes with a neoprene stay-on case and shoulder strap. It comes with a 2-year warranty.

For more information, see you Texas Nikon dealer or visit


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