PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) October 13, 2017
There’s probably nothing more disappointing to a hunter than the “one that got away.” Fortunately, an inventor from Battle Mountain, Nev., who is also a hunter, had such an experience and figured out how to reduce the chances of that happening again.
He developed a prototype of EXTRA HAND to keep a range finder readily accessible for hunters who need to calculate the distance to a target. As such, it allows the user to easily retrieve and replace the range finder with one hand. Besides saving time and effort, it enhances stealth and helps hunters zero in on a target quickly for greater success. Furthermore, it prevents the range finder from becoming tangled in a pocket or case. It is also lightweight, portable, sturdy and comfortable. Other reasons for its appeal are convenience, effectiveness and an affordable price.
The inventor’s personal experience inspired the idea. “I was on an elk hunt when a huge bull walked out broadside in front of me,” he said. “My range finder got caught up in my pocket, and I was unable to free it before the bull walked back into the timber.”
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