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4 hours ago, iacas said:

Is the logo on yours backward too? 🙂

Good price. I think Callaway is Nikon.

No I think mine has the correct logo  😛. It is a great little rangefinder, I just don't need it because I still have the Leupold we got at the Newport Cup those many years ago. That Leupold is second to none.

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I still have this if anyone is interested. We will be able to play golf again one day I swear!

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18 hours ago, NM Golf said:

Yes it is. 

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