sig sauer kilo2400abs
this extremely powerful, precise unit is in a class by itself. No other rangefinder in this year’s test could touch the Sig’s speed, accuracy on a wide variety of targets, or ability to offer nearly instant solutions to almost any shooting situation. It’s also quite expensive—for a consumer unit, at least. Its nearest competition are military-grade rangefinders that sell for two and three times the price of this $1,500 Sig.
The KILO2400ABS is sold as a system, with a wind meter and tripod adapter that are designed to be used with a phone app to calculate holdover and holdoff for shots out to 2 miles. Is never missing again worth $1,500? Will you ever attempt a 2-mile shot? If those questions are not rhetorical, then this sophisticated and elegant piece of technology might be for you.
The Sig’s accuracy and speed derive from a processor that uses advanced signal-processing algorithms and a more precise and powerful laser diode than others in its category. Other attributes include a lightning-quick scanning mode that returns four readings per second, sharp optics in the 7X viewfinder, a choice of reticles, and a dimmable red LED display. sigsauer.com
score: 95.67 price: $1,500
Sig’s KILO2400ABS ships with a tripodmounting bracket to stabilize the unit.