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Sig Sauer’s Electro-Optics Division has taken 2015 by storm. Part of that line is the all new KILO2000 Rangefinder.

Extreme accuracy was the goal throughout the engineering process of the KILO2000. Updating at four times per second in HyperScan mode, the KILO2000 rangefinder with patented LightWave DSP technology is amazingly fast as well. Couple that with the ability to range reflective targets at 3,400 yards, trees at 1,500 yards, and deer at 1,200 yards for simple, intuitive long distance ranging.

The built-in inclinometer of the KILO2000 calculates AMR (Angle Modified Range) for angled shots to ensure accuracy. Sig Sauer’s proprietary Lumatic OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) Display, automatically adjusts display intensity to match ambient light conditions, bright in bright conditions and dim in twilight to protect the shooter’s eye.

As opposed to other products, the KILO’s simplified user interface clearly displays system status, but while ranging, only provides the necessary range data. At a very compact size of 7 X 25mm, the capabilities of the KILO2000 have created a rangefinder fit for any situation a shooter might encounter.

The KILO2000 retails for $499.99.

For more information on the KILO2000 and other products from Sig Sauer, please visit SigSauer.com.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Magnification- 7X
  • Objective Clear Aperture- 25mm
  • Exit Pupil- 3.6mm
  • Eye Relief- 15mm
  • Angular (FOV)- 6°
  • FOV 100 Yards- 34.6ft
  • Range Response- .25 SEC
  • Laser Divergence – 1.4 MRAD
  • Scanning- YES
  • Range Accuracy Under 100 Yards- .1 yds
  • Max Range- 3400yds (Reflective) 1200yds (Deer) and 1500yds (Trees)
  • Weight (Includes Battery)- 7.5oz

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