SIG Sauer has announced its next generation KILO laser rangefinders with the the introduction of the KILO5K model. This new rangefinder includes SIG Sauer’s proprietary LightWave DSP Gen II engine with extended range XR technology, integration with the popular BaseMap app, on-board Applied Ballistics capabilities and complete configurability with all SIG Electro-Optics BDX devices.
The company says that the new KILO5K can range reflective targets up to 5,000 yards, trees up to 2,500 yards and deer up to 2,000 yards. Additionally, KILO K-series rangefinders allow users to range a tree, rock or deer and instantly drop waypoints into the BaseMap app to help navigation to that target. Integrated BDX technology provides ballistic solutions out to 800 yards with Applied Ballistics Ultralite, or will sync with external devices featuring Applied Ballistics Elite. Plus, the K-Series now boasts a complete suite of onboard environmental sensors for real-time ballistic solutions.
The KILO5K 7x25 mm laser rangefinder monocular features the LightWave DSP Gen II engine with multiple target modes: Extended Range (XR) for distant targets, Fog mode to cut through fog, rain and snowy conditions, along with First, Best and Last target modes. The rangefinder incorporates a red segmented OLED display which provides range to target, elevation holdover and wind holds. The KILO5K ships with a black and grey carry pouch and lanyard.
MSRP for the new SIG KILO5K rangefinder is $779.99. Learn more at sigsauer.com.
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