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SIG's Kilo2000 Rangefinder puts all the information you need for long-distance accuracy in the palm of your hand. LightWave™ DSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology leverages HyperScan power management to update yardage four times per second, providing quick, precise ranges on reflective targets to 3,400 yds., trees at 1,500 yds. and deer at 1,200 yds. Integrated inclinometer reads the incline/decline angle and modifies the effective ballistic shooting range to the target, displaying AMR™ (Angle Modified Range) for proper holdover on angled shots.
Item number#: IK-714560
SKU#: SOK16701 ($379.99)
UPC#: 798681521531 ($379.99)

Power Weight (oz.) Color/ Camo Pattern Maximum Range (yds.) Dimensions (L" x W" x H")
7X 7.5 Black 3,400 3 x 4.2 x 1.3
7X 7.5 O2 Octane 3,400 3 x 4.2 x 1.3

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This is a BONKERS good LRF. I have a PLRF 15 ($5,000) and a Terrapin ($2,000) (along with a small drawer-full of sub-$500 LRFs) and this $400 Kilo 2000 is just mind-numbingly good. It's also surprisingly TINY by comparison and fits into a pocket or pouch and weighs almost nothing. It can range out to 2000+ yards on a clear day during the brightest sunlight on non-reflective targets. It's not as fully-featured as the higher-end units, but it's also 10% of the price. It is, however, every bit as accurate and returns instant ranges on stuff that chokes Leupolds and Leicas costing 2-5x as much.

Sig has crushed it out of the park on this one. It's a grand slam.

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Picked one up and really like it. It has some sort of camo patern on the metal parts that I wasn't expecting.

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