SIG Sauer Introduces KILO2400 ABS Rangefinder

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posted on December 1, 2016
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The new KILO2400 ABS Rangefinder from the SIG Sauer Electro-Optics Division is billed as "the world's most advanced rangefinder," with an included ballistics calculator, environmental sensors and Bluetooth sync capabilities.

"This really is rocket science," said Andy York, president SIG Sauer Electro-Optics Division. "The KILO2400 ABS solves the shooting solution and provides windage and elevation adjustments in MOA or MRAD, instantly."

The KILO2400 ABS features a 7x25 mm monocular lens with an anti-reflective coating for improved clarity and light transmission. The rangefinder features proprietary technologies, such as the company's LightWave DSP, which is billed as the fastest and longest rangefinder engine ever produced. The included HyperScan Technology enables the device to range targets four times a second, and the RangeLock feature locks in the last range result on distant targets.

Other features include an OLED display that provides holdover points, angle, wind direction, wind speed, target mode, density altitude and shot angle. The KILO2400 ABS also features a digital compass, magnetometer, inclinometer and Coriolis adjustment.

The rangefinder comes with a tripod adapter, wind meter with a smartphone jack, MOLLE kit bag and a nylon carry pouch in addition to a lanyard, batteries and a SIG Sauer tactical pen. The compatible SIG Ballistic App is free for Android and Apple devices.

Total reflective range for the KILO2400 ABS is two miles. The rangefinder can reliably range trees out to a distance of 1,800 yards and deer out to 1,400 yards. Total weight with the battery included is 7.5 ounces. The suggested retail price on the KILO2400 ABS is $1,799.99.

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