SIG Optics KILO 2000 rangefinder

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lovec_SK
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SIG Optics KILO 2000 rangefinder

Postby lovec_SK » Sun Jan 24, 2016 11:57 am

Very interesting. There are (were) only very few options for powerful laser rangefinder - (ex) Vectronics Terrapin and still in production canadian Newcon LRM Line. What laser rangefinders do you use guys?

Now SIG Optics is coming out with small device:

http://www.sigoptics.com/model/kilo2000-7x25-mm/#

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Re: SIG Optics KILO 2000 rangefinder

Postby dchamp » Sun Jan 24, 2016 6:13 pm

I have the Leica LRF 1200 scan and the Laser Technology's G7 BR2.

The Leica I think is clearer to my eye, but I have difficulty ranging past 600-700 yards or meters with it.

The G7 while not quite as clear has features I like; I have ranged past 1200 yards, they claim up to 2500 yards range and up to 1400 yards with ballistic solutions. You can setup 5 different ballistic profiles, it compensates for atmospherics and angle and will give you a firing solution which so far seems to work well. The main downside I see with the G7 is that it only ranges in yards and has no metric capability.

http://www.gseven.com/Files/G7-Imperial-Manual-Version-3_small

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Re: SIG Optics KILO 2000 rangefinder

Postby marcofran_1989 » Sun Nov 19, 2017 9:30 am

lovec_SK wrote:Very interesting. There are (were) only very few options for powerful laser rangefinder - (ex) Vectronics Terrapin and still in production canadian Newcon LRM Line. What laser rangefinders do you use guys?

Now SIG Optics is coming out with small device:

http://www.sigoptics.com/model/kilo2000-7x25-mm/#

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hi guys, i'm a new member of this forum, I think Simmons 801600 Volt 600 Laser Rangefinder has the best review. if u find something better than this one please inform us...

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Re: SIG Optics KILO 2000 rangefinder

Postby trazman » Tue Nov 28, 2017 6:01 pm

marcofran_1989 wrote:
lovec_SK wrote:Very interesting. There are (were) only very few options for powerful laser rangefinder - (ex) Vectronics Terrapin and still in production canadian Newcon LRM Line. What laser rangefinders do you use guys?

Now SIG Optics is coming out with small device:

http://www.sigoptics.com/model/kilo2000-7x25-mm/#

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hi guys, i'm a new member of this forum, I think Simmons 801600 Volt 600 Laser Rangefinder has the best review. if u find something better than this one please inform us...


Are you kidding or what?

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Re: SIG Optics KILO 2000 rangefinder

Postby marcofran_1989 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 12:22 pm

This rangefinder is a great value. I used this for the first time on a recent golf trip to Las Vegas. It was easy to use and gave me accurate yardage. Customer service is very good. While I did not have any problems, I was contacted to make sure everything was good.

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Re: SIG Optics KILO 2000 rangefinder

Postby frankhunter » Thu Dec 28, 2017 8:54 am

I have one from ATN https://www.atncorp.com/range-finder (laserballistics 1500). It has an effective range up to 1,500 yards, and after being connected with your phone and Smart-HD scope, can adjust the reticle in only five seconds. It is modern and affordable device, I recommend to read the review


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