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Sig Sauer Kilo 1250 Laser Range Finding Monocular, 6X20MM, Graphite, Class 3R$219.00 Add to cart
Sig Sauer Kilo 2200MR Laser Range Finding Monocular, 7X25MM, Milling Reticle, Graphite, Class 3R$499.99 Add to cart
Sig Sauer Kilo 2400 ABS Applied Ballistics System Laser Range Finder$1,499.00 Add to cart
Sig Sauer Kilo 850 Laser Range Finding Monocular, 4X20MM, Black, Class 3R$189.99 Out of Stock
How much will a rangefinder improve my accuracy for hunting?
A rangefinder is an absolute necessity for long range shooting and big game hunting. These aren’t your golf buddy’s simple rangefinders. They’re a league of their own. Imagine you’re treed up and off to the right you see a buck that impressive mounts and great stories are made of. While your custom rifle sports a premium scope, can you make the guesses and calculations for the shot before your prize walks off behind those boulders? This is where a rangefinder is worth its weight in gold. Unlike cheap rangefinders- which depend on near targets for calculations – our true long range rangefinder will encompass the ability to compute weather conditions on the fly, in addition to accurately calculating long distance targets which will bring your hunting to a whole new level.
How does a rangefinder work?
That really depends on the model, and how much you’re willing to pay to have the highest advanced gear in your hands. A rangefinder is a handheld device that emits a laser beam which bounces off objects and returns. The onboard analytics convert the time it takes into distance. These days, pretty much every rangefinder across the price and quality spectrum works this way. It’s actually very similar to your digital camera when it’s on auto focus.
Most golfing rangefinders calculate only a few hundred yards at best, and require close distance to make those calculations. For long distance, it’s all about the onboard computer. True long distance range finders should feature distance target priority, ultra-fast computer processors, clear digital displays, as well as ranging and targeting algorithms that can bring back a multitude of compensation calculations in a fraction of a second. This cutting edge technology makes all the difference in the realm of 1,000 yd long range shooting.
What are the benefits of using a digital rangefinder for long distance shooting?
The short answer is accuracy. The long answer is unparalleled accuracy. Whether hunting or target shooting, using a rangefinder will allow you to hone in on your target and the environment, and calculate compensations for distance, wind speed, angle, temperature, and atmospheric pressure in a fraction of a second with clear and concise digital readouts. Additionally, the computerized ballistic solver and selectable targeting modes increase accuracy and efficiency.