Quality meets performance - ultimate high-end technology
Every precise shot relies on knowing the precise distance! A rangefinder is an invaluable part of your equipment for safe and ethical shooting. And now, Leica is redefining safety and precision - with the CRF 1600-B. Never before has rangefinding been possible with such precision. Never before have people been able to calculate and apply the important ballistic data so easily and so quickly. In the calculation of the ballistic curve, the newly developed ABCTM ballistic program integrates data for the angle of declination, temperature and barometric pressure. A particularly useful benefit on mountainous terrain. It's astonishing to see how much the sighting point correction changes when shooting up- or downhill. Another special feature of the intelligent ballistics programme is its precise integration of ammunition parameters. In this way - and only in this way - is it possible to deliver truly precise details for sighting point corrections.
The Rangemaster CRF 1600-B also features high-performance optics that allow clear and unambiguous sighting of game, even at longer distances. The wide field of view makes target identification fast and easy. Its lenses are protected by AquaDuraTM hydrophobic coating.
The benefits at a glance
- Intelligent ABCTM ballistics program
- Ideal for all field sport applications and equipment
- Compact size and ergonomic design
- Outstandingly bright view
- Simple and intuitive handling
- Max. range 2,000 yds
Designed to meet the needs of all types of field sport, the ABCTM ballistics program offers a choice of three ballistic functions:
When using a classic reticle, the point-of-impact correction is applied by means of an elevation adjustment. The CRF 1600-B displays the distance and the required elevation adjustment in either centimetres or inches. The value displayed relates to the target and shows the required deviation from point blank.
If the point-of-impact correction is applied by click adjustments with rapid reticle adjustment (ASV), the number of clicks required to adjust the reticle can be displayed. Display formats: 1 MOA, 1/3 MOA, 1/4 MOA, 10 mm/100 m, 5 mm/100 m.
When using a ballistic reticle, level terrain distance information is vital for a precise shot. As in all other functions, this information is provided automatically taking into account the angle of declination, temperature and barometric pressure.