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  1. #1
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    Rangefinder Recommendation

    I need a rangefinder for bow hunting mostly. I have an older bow that is a very accurate bow. When the deer are out to 50 to 60 yds I start to have trouble guessing the correct range. I hunt quite a few different areas.
    Now I want to buy Sig Kilo 2000 rangefinder.

    Its specification is:
    Magnification Range: 7x
    Finish: Matte black w/Rubber
    Objective: 25mm
    Eye Relief: 0.59? (15mm)
    FOV: 34.6? @100 yards
    Max Range: 3400 yards on Reflective targets
    1500 yards on trees
    1200 yards on deers
    Reticle: Circle with data
    Battery: CR2

    If this rangefinder could do that for me or you have any other opinion, I would be happy.
    Thanks in advance for your opinions.

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamhoward View Post
    I need a rangefinder for bow hunting mostly. I have an older bow that is a very accurate bow. When the deer are out to 50 to 60 yds I start to have trouble guessing the correct range. I hunt quite a few different areas.
    Now I want to buy Sig Kilo 2000 rangefinder.

    Its specification is:
    Magnification Range: 7x
    Finish: Matte black w/Rubber
    Objective: 25mm
    Eye Relief: 0.59? (15mm)
    FOV: 34.6? @100 yards
    Max Range: 3400 yards on Reflective targets
    1500 yards on trees
    1200 yards on deers
    Reticle: Circle with data
    Battery: CR2

    If this rangefinder could do that for me or you have any other opinion, I would be happy.
    Thanks in advance for your opinions.
    I think the Sig would be a good choice even though it may seem like overkill. If you look at others there are two things you should bear in mind for a bow-hunter: can you read the display against a dark background? and how *close* will it range? My Sig will range at indoor distances. My Leica won't range anything closer than about 25-30 yards (but has the best display). My old Bushnell had an LCD readout and you either had to be looking at a snowbank, or up into the sky to be able to read it...

    GsT

  3. #3
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    Jun 2018
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    Sig is the best brand. I have Sig 2400 and it's a nice rangefinder.
    So, I can say that you can go with your any favorite sig model.

  4. #4
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    Vortex Ranger 1000. Nice range finder, red display, and a 100% iron clad, no BS, transferable warranty means they stand behind their products.

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