There are now new-generation telescopic sights that include range finders that calculate an aiming point on the objective lens of a scope based upon the distance to target and ammunition being used. These devices are currently legal because the aiming point is not projected onto the target.
"Red dot" scopes that have a red dot in the middle of the sight but do not transmit a beam are permissable. As long as a beam is not projected, these scopes are allowed for hunting.
23rd of February, 2016