sig sauer ki­lo­2400abs

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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.

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