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Sig Sauer Kilo 2200 MR

23 May 2018
@ 02:43 pm (GMT)

Andrew Murray

A mate picked this up the other day and let me have a play with it.

Very clear, exceptionally clear glass, although the next photo will not show it. Very hard to get it right using my phone... Very easy to use. Easy to read display

This photo below is designed to show the display. Range is in metres, you can also see the angle of the image too which is a great bit of information when shooting. In this one it is 2 degrees. The image is of the Agriculture plot on the school I work at (I live next door). The shed is 177m away according to the unit.

I'd be happy to get something like this myself. Reviews online say they work well out to 1500m which is far greater than anything I can shoot with the 308.


17 Jun 2018
@ 06:13 pm (GMT)

John D. Hays

Re: Sig Sauer Kilo 2200 MR
I played with one of these today. Very nice, but as a practical matter you lent one be better off with a range finder integrated into a pair of binoculars?

I mean, I’m afraid of packing around a plethora of separate gadgets to juggle.

Also, I work with tech every day and when I’m out and away I don’t feel like more tech tapping.
18 Jun 2018
@ 12:44 am (GMT)

Bryan Webster

Re: Sig Sauer Kilo 2200 MR
I agree with John. Just try the Swarovski EL binoculars with their great optics and range finder and you will agree. Only packing one thing is a plus.

Buy once and cry only once.
18 Jun 2018
@ 10:18 am (GMT)

Andrew Murray

Re: Sig Sauer Kilo 2200 MR
Those range finder binos from swarovski cost twice the amount as my rifle and scope combined! Holy moly.

If money were not an issue... then again if money were no issue i could buy all this gear and I would likely not have learned the lessons that come for free.
18 Jun 2018
@ 11:13 am (GMT)

Paul Leverman

Re: Sig Sauer Kilo 2200 MR
Hi Andrew. I picked up a similar set up on sale, 7X as well (different brand). My binos are 7X and 8X pocket size, and they do just fine, but very rarely do I have to look at anything past 500-600 yards. I am starting to use the rangefinder more as a monocular, as well as a ranger. I still take my binos just in case I take a dip or a short flight and something goes awry with whatever equipment I have on me at the time. But I also take an extra rifle or two, as well, for the same reason.

Good point on the lessons learned. Some people know the price of everything and the value of nothing.


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