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Badlands Mag Rangefinder Case



Product Description

Badlands Mag Rangefinder Case

Pull and check, Pull and check, Pull and check, sound familiar? When you are checking for accurate distances it seems as though you are reaching for your range finder constantly. With Badlands new ZIP-NO™ range finder pocket this is easier than ever. Quiet Magnetic closure, no loud zipper!

Pack Details:

  • WEIGHT : 7.7 oz
  • DIMENSIONS : 7" x 6" x 3.5"
  • RIFLE : NO
  • BOW : NO
  • CAMO : Max-1 & AP

Warranty Information

Badlands does not care what happened, or whose fault it was, they will fix it for free forever. Badlands could care less if you bought it at a garage sale or a gear swap, as long as it says Badlands, it's covered. However, your Badlands pack must be repairable, if you throw it in a fire,-with the expectations that sort of craftiness will yield you a brand new pack - that is incorrect. In all honesty, Badlands have seen it all and they understand accidents happen and if it is legit Badlands will always do their best to find you a replacement pack from their demo fleet.

Contact Badlands directly for any Warranty questions PHONE: (800) 269-1875
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Product Reviews

  1. Not My Bag (case) 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Jan 2015

    I was interested in a smaller case for my rangefinder and the magnetic closure intrigued me. I do not like the low comfort of wearing this on my pant belt and I dont trust the magnetic closure.
    The materials and construction are first rate and the size is right. I'm not a fan of camo. Solid earth tones would be preferred. Just not for me. I'll keep searching.

  2. Best way to carry a rangefinder 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Jan 2012

    I've tried the S4 Sidewinder ION rangefinder tether, the Eberlestock A1SS Small Accessory pouch, and the Badlands Rangefinder case and I have to say the Badlands was by far the best of the bunch. The S4 is actually bulky in the way it protrudes from the waistbelt of the pack, or even the belt on your pants if you're not wearing a pack. Its also way to easy to accidentally detach the rangefinder from the tether, which is not what you're looking for. The Eberlestock pouch is nice and roomy with good structure but its hard to attach it to any pack but an Estock and its zippered which makes it tough to access the rangefinder, and tempts you to keep it partially unzipped, which could let the ranger fall out. The Badlands is the quietest and allows for easiest access. The bungee cord is invaluable since it effectively tethers the ranger to you but you can still use it very easily. There also enough room with the small divider and zippered pocket for a windchecker and my go-to mouth reed, putting the 3 most important items to a western hunter in a very convenient spot.