The primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) range mode provides key angle compensated range information required by the vast majority of shooters in a simple, quick to read display. The Razor HD 4000 also has a LOS (Line of Sight) range mode and scan feature.
|DEER RANGE||TREE RANGE||REFLECTIVE RANGE|
|NORMAL MODE||1,600 yds (1,463 m)||1,800 yds (1,646 m)||2,400 yds (2,194 m)|
|NORMAL MODE (SCAN)||2,000 yds (1,829 m)||2,200 yds (2,012 m)||2,400 yds (2,194 m)|
|ELR MODE||2,200 yds (2,012 m)||2,500 yds (2,286 m)||4,000 yds (3,658 m)|
The Razor HD 4000 uses HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) angle-compensated ranging technology to give bow and rifle shooters the critical distance data needed to make accurate shots.