Billed as the "world's most advanced rangefinder," the SIG Sauer Electro-Optics division introduced the KILO2400 ABS rangefinder, which offers an internal ballistics calculator, environmental sensors and Bluetooth sync capabilities. The rangefinder uses a 7x25 mm monocular lens with anti-reflective coatings and a number of proprietary technologies, such as the company's LightWave DSP engine, the HyperScan feature, which ranges four times a second, and the RangeLock feature. The suggested retail price on the new KILO2400 ABS rangefinder is $1,799.99. Watch our video above to learn more.
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