What is an Aoe Rangefinder – Detailed Guide with Advice & More

If you are new to rangefinders, you might wonder what an AOE rangefinder is.

We will explain that in this article.

What is an AOE Rangefinder?

The AOE Rangefinder is a rangefinder by Aim Sport. It is one of cheapest rangefinders in the market with good quality.

The AOE rangefinder includes a Multi-Directional Ranging System (MDR), which allows you to quickly and accurately determine the distance and angle of the target without sacrificing precision.

AOE Hunting Rifle Scope

The AOE rifle scopes are designed to be used with a rangefinder, with adjustable tripods and retractable sunshades.


  • It fits perfectly into your hands.
  • It has built-in sunshades, reticles, and shades for easy accessibility to the rangefinder.
  • This product has great practicality and maximum clearness for the face, body, and skin.
  • With this scope cap, you get a wide variety of scopes with a light, compact and portable body.

Which Leupold model is best for Marlin 1895?

The Leupold Mark II 2-7x33mm is an excellent choice for the Marlin 1895. It’s small enough not to unbalance its appearance, but has enough magnification for hunting with the.45-.70 cartridge.

Victoptics 2-6 x 32 AOE SFP Illuminated Rangefinder Reticle Rifle Scope

It is an illuminated air rifle crossbow scope with adjustable parallax and free weavers.


  • Magnification: 2-6x
  • Objective Lens: 32mm
  • Ocular Lens: 26mm
  • Ocular Length: 50mm
  • Exit Pupil: 4.6-14.00 mm
  • Eye Relief: 75-95mm (30.-3.7 Inch)
  • Optics Coating: Multi-Coated
  • Range: 60 MOA


  • Shockproof, waterproof, fog proof (nitrogen purged).
  • High-quality aluminum in a durable black matte finish
  • Feature 1/4 inch windages and elevations adjustments with audible clicks
  • Fast focus adjustment at an optical lens.
  • 25.4-millimeter weaver, sunshades, and flip-up caps.
  • Middle one-inch tubing lengthen is 70 mm (2.7 inches).
  • Front gap between the objective lenses and turrets is 0.8 inches (20 mm).
  • Rear gap between the ocular lenses and the turret is 0.7 inches (19 mm).

AIM Sports 10-40X50 A.O.E. Dual Illuminated Rifle Scope

With its green fused multi-coatings, the AIM Sports 10-20×50 A.O. E. Dual Illuminated RifleScope offers you terrific light transmission.


  • Lets you switch between red or blue illuminated reticles, with variable brightness settings.
  • Flip-up lens cover to protect the optics when they’re not in use.
  • One-piece aircraft-grade aluminum frame that’s nitrogen charged with waterproof seals, making the telescope fully fog proof and shockproof.


  • Magnification: 10X-40X
  • Tube diameter: 1 inch
  • Objective: 50 mm
  • Eye Relief: 3.2″ – 3.6″
  • Exit pupil: 5mm – 1.25mm
  • Feet at 100 yards: 9.8 – 2.7
  • M.O.A: 1/8

Other Related Products

  • Aim Sports Inc M-14 Scope Mount/V2
  • AIM Sports Inc M44/Mosin Nagant 91/30 Scope Mount
  • AIM Sports AK Double Side Rail Mount w/ QR Lever
what is an aoe rangefinder

What is an Aoe Rangefinder?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the marks under the crosshair?

They’re used to indicate the elevation required to hit your targets at different ranges. The distances should always be specified in your owner’s manual. For example, if you’ve been sighted in at 100 meters (300 yards), then the first would be 200 meters (600 yards), and so on.

The two front lenses have become cloudy. What can I do about it?

They get their moisture from heating up to chilling down, so they don’t require disassembly until they’ve cooled off.

You can’t do any more than just wait for it to warm up. It may take a few hours.

How can I dial in the right distance?

Sighting in and inserting the ring for the specific ammo and distance you’re shooting at is the first step. Then, you can adjust the distance and the crosshair will be right on.


Most of the AOE rangefinder models have been discontinued and are now unavailable. But many rangefinder enthusiasts still want to know all about them.

If you are one of them, comment below.


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