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Sig Sauer KIL02200MR 7x25mm Rangefinder(1465096)
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Sig Sauer KIL02200MR 7x25mm Rangefinder - The KILO2200MR is the latest generation 7 x 25 mm laser rangefinding monocular with more range performance, tighter laser beam collimation and an upgraded milling reticle with smaller aiming circle for more precise ranging performance at extreme distances. All KILO’s feature the Lightwave DSP ranging engine with HyperScan with 4x per second range updates in scan mode.
Sig Sauer KIL02200MR 7x25mm Rangefinder - Ranges up to 2 miles with the Revolutionary LightWave DSPTM Technology for the fastest and longest distance rangefinder engine. Revolutionary LightWave DSPTM Technology for the fastest and longest distance rangefinder engine. HyperScanTM Technology provides 4 range updates per second in scan mode while RangeLockTMreports the last range result when ranging distant targets. Advanced OLED display provides a smaller, more accurate center aiming circle along with milling features. Line of Sight or Angle Modified range in addition to full ballistic holdover results in MIL or MOA. LumaticTM Display automatically calibrates display brightness to changing ambient light conditions. Compact, magnesium housing with binocular style eyecup and diopter adjustment. Sleek design for one handed operation and lanyard attachment point.
- Magnification: 7x
- Object Clear Aperture: 25mm
- Display Type: OLED
- Battery: (1) CR2
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Like the other reviewer, I too started w/ the Kilo2000. Out of the box, it wouldn't range reflective targets consistently at 1000 yds and would barely range elk at 700 yds. I was comparing it to my friend's Leica 1600 and we weren't in the same ball park for being able to pick up targets and the Sig had a blue tint that wasn't apparent in any other optics I've used. I called Sig several times (hoping to get someone competent) and was told they could test it at their facility (Oregon I think?) but only on reflective targets out to 2000 yds (1400 short of spec). They also said the specs were under "ideal" conditions, but never said what those were and they mentioned it would take 4-6 weeks to get it back. I returned the unit after 60 days of trying to get it to come close and when the 2200 came out, I gave it a try. Same results as I saw with the Kilo 2000.
TLDR-you're taking a gamble with the KILO, I'm 0/4.
I've had 4 different Sig Kilos, not one has been 100% right and have returned them all. Started out with the Kilo 2000, bought one and for the first couple weeks it was great! Ranged trees out to over 2000 yards no problem, then one day just stopped ranging anything over 800 yards tried several types of brand new batteries, nothing, returned that one and bought another a few months later. It wouldn't range anything over 1100, returned as well. I then gave it a year, and saw they release some new ones and they had a different laser with supposedly better capability. I bought the 2200mr, and went out and immediately discovered that the reticle was way out of alignment, but again it could reach trees out past 2400 yards, so I went and exchanged it thinking this one would be great, and the reticle is right on! But to my great disappointment, the thing will not range trees half as far as the one I just returned, so it's going back now as well. Sig makes some awesome stuff, I however am extremely disappointed in their quality control for their rangefinders.
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