Tagged Out Archery Range Finder "Range Thru Sight System"
Bad River Outdoors is proud to present the Tagged Out Archery Range Finder: A hands-free, full-draw archery rangefinder that will change the way you look at bowhunting forever. The Tagged Out Archery Range Finder is designed to fit virtually any bow sight, both left- and right-hand models. With the Tagged Out Archery Range Finder on your sight, you'll never again forget to range your target before you shoot! Imagine being at full draw and instantly knowing the distance of your target within 3 yards, all possible using the Tagged Out Archery Range Finder!
Acrylic Mounting Instructions
Step 1: Trial fit your Tagged Out Archery Range Finder before applying adhesive.
Step 2: Position your Tagged Out Archery Range Finder on sight so the vertical line is slightly off center toward the outside of sight frame. This allows your longer sight pins from being obstructed. If your Tagged Out Archery Range Finder overhangs sight frame, mark on back and trim to fit.
Step 3: Apply adhesive by removing one side of tape and placing it at the outer edge of the front (flat side) of sight.
Step 4: Firmly press the Tagged Out Archery Range Finder in place.
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How to use the Tagged Out Archery Range Finder "Ultimate Accuracy" method to calibrate your sight to your range finder. This is accomplished by establishing yardage with your "Tagged Out Archery Range Finder" to set each pin rather then measuring or pacing etc.
Step 1: Cut out a piece of cardboard or paper that fits the animal body size of the "Tagged Out Archery Range Finder" that you're using.
|Deer 150 . . . . . . . 16"||Deer 250 . . . . . . . 18"|
|Elk . . . . . . . . . . . . 25"|
Step 2: Establish the top pin of your sight half way between the 20-yard and 30-yard bracket of your Range Finder. Now tighten down pin in that position.
Step 3: Now use a 3-D target that is approximately 16" from belly to back or, create a 16" cut-out to simulate the profile of a life size deer and install it on your target.
Step 4: Holding your bow at arms length and the belly line of your range finder just under your target or cut-out, adjust the distance between you and your target until the 20 yard back bracket is at the top of the back of your target or the top of your cut-out.
Step 5: At that distance using your sight frame, adjust your 20 yard pin to exactly correspond with the location on your target or cut-out that would represent a vital shot. Then tighten down your sight frame so your pin is stationary.
Step 6: Now repeat step 4: but adjust your distance out to the next range finder bracket and set your 30 yard pin. You now only have to do elevation as your windage has been set in step 5. Keep repeating for all remaining range finder brackets and sight pins.
Step 7: This is the most important: Practice!!!
Important Note: Always keep belly line at bottom of target. Not doing so will cause inaccurate yardage reading!
How-To Practice Ranging
Step 1: Cut out a piece of cardboard or paper that fits the animal body size of the Tagged Out Archery Range Finder that you're using.
Step 2: Place the bottom horizontal line on the bottom of the cut out.
Step 3: Read the horizontal line on the top of the cut out for appropriate yardage.
Step 4: Now use the correct yardage pin on your sight for proper shot placement.
Cut out sizing
Deer: 16" top to bottom
Mule Deer: 18" top to bottom
Elk: 25" top to bottom