FHF Rangefinder Pouch 2.0
FHF Rangefinder Pouch 2.0 Details
- Fixed bungee and hook closure to provide quick, easy, silent access to your rangefinder
- Padded and structured build
- MOLLE attachment system
- Attachable to everything from our bino harness and chest rig to belts and pack straps
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Small Rangefinder Inside Dimensions:
Regular Rangefinder Dimensions:
How It's Built
- Cut: Accessory
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 1.4oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
I just received this rangefinder 30 days ago. I have not had a chance to use it however it appears to be made in First Lite form, utilizing high quality materials.
I received a Vortex Ranger shortly after purchasing this Regular Size pouch. The Ranger unfortunately fits in the Small Size pouch. First Lite was great about letting me exchange, even 5 days after the 30 day return policy. Just make sure your item is still new, unused, and in original packaging. Love the upgraded Molle attachments on this pouch. Helps attach it any way you want to, and offers ways to attach other items to it. Haven’t used in the field yet but it seems extremely protective and durable. I would recommend any product from FHF because of their attention to detail and dedication to providing products that are extremely functional and efficient.
All items in package have exceeded
Used on my crossbow hunt , harvested a 9 point . Worked perfect , easy access. Very convenient
Bought the standard size pouch. It appears to be well constructed, and made of high quality tough tough materials. I attached it to the straps of my Vortex bino chest rig without difficulty. My older Bushnell 440 Range finder fits easily into the pouch, without being loose in it, although the pouch is too long for the range finder. This means no tension on the elastic closure for the top flap. I will have to shorten the loop to hold it snugly. This is does not appear to be the fault of the product itself, as it is with my Vortex bino rig, but simply that my rangefinder is too small.
However, I knocked the overall rating down a bit for the following 2 reasons:
1. I found the closure loop is difficult to open and close while wearing bulky gloves on frigid days.
2. The pouch is not secure against debris, snow, rain etc. A drawstring top/ "storm closure" may help under the top flap. That being said, this idea may cause other problems.
Overall it is great product that I would recommend to others.