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SIG Sauer KILO3000 BDX 10 x 42 Laser Range-Finding Binocular
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SIG Sauer KILO3000 BDX 10 x 42 Laser Range-Finding Binocular is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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SIG Sauer KILO3000 BDX 10 x 42 Laser Range-Finding Binocular
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SIG Sauer KILO3000 BDX 10 x 42 Laser Range-Finding Binocular

SIG Sauer KILO3000 BDX 10 x 42 Laser Range-Finding Binocular is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Item No. 280121
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Connect The Dot:
SIG Sauer Electro-Optics transforms hunting with the unprecedented simplicity and accuracy of BDX (Ballistic Data Xchange). KILO BDX rangefinders use your ballistics and Bluetooth to illuminate the exact holdover dot in Sierra 3 BDX rifle scopes. For the most accurate and ethical shot, just connect the dot!

How Does BDX Work?
The BDX rangefinder and riflescope system is simple, fast, and intuitive. Simply download the SIG BDX app available for Android or iOS smartphones, pair the KILO BDX rangefinder and Sierra 3 BDX rifle scope (sold separately), set up a basic ballistic profile, and then you're ready to shoot or hunt. Once you're in the field, range your target as you normally would, and the KILO BDX rangefinder will utilize onboard Applied Ballistics to instantly send info to the scope via Bluetooth. Using your basic ballistic profile, the ballistic solution is calculated for your target and will instantly illuminate on the BDX-R1 Digital Ballistic Reticle with windage and elevation holds in the Sierra 3 BDX riflescope. A blue LED on the riflescope power selector indicates that the BDX system is paired, and when the reticle has received new ballistic holdover and windage data from the rangefinder.

SPECIFICATIONS:
* Class: 3R
* Maximum Range: 3,200 yds.
* Minimum Focus Distance: 4 ft.
* Minimum Range: 1.5 yds.
* Operating Range: -40° to 140° F
* Range Response Time: 0.25 seconds
* Battery Life: 20,000 hrs.
* Model#: SOK31001
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  • Laser rangefinder and binocular all in one
  • Innovative BDX (Ballistic Data Xchange) technology
  • Enables interoperability of ballistics & Bluetooth
  • Lights exact holdover spot in Sierra 3 BDX scopes
Battery Type CR2 (included)
Eye Relief 3.00 mm
Finish O.D. Green
Length (in.) 4.00 in
Lens Coating HD Glass
Magnification 10x
Objective Diameter 42.00 mm
Reticle BDX-R1 Digital Ballistic
Weight (oz.) 4.00 oz
Unit Weight 0.00 lb
Brand Sig Sauer
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good features but some misses First, kudos to Sig for bringing bluetooth integration to rangefinding items, it's something Leica/Swarovski/Zeiss should have done 5+ years ago but have been happy to sit and do nothing but make trivial max yardage improvements. Plus let's face it the Sig at normal street prices is 1/3 of the price of the big boys. The things I like about the Sig are of course the integration, and as a competitive archer as well I appreciate it will range actually down to 0.9 yards and has a decimal yardage value. Many have complained of the ocular adjustments being very loose, but it appears they may have fixed it as mine are very tight, almost too tight to make fine adjustments. The Sig also takes measurements faster than some other units I've used. The things I don't like about the Sig 1) No lens caps, ridiculous for an optic where the objective lenses have almost no protection from the housing because they are only recessed a couple mm's. Especially when their case design is basically a giant mount to gobble up all kinds of stuff in the field that will scratch your lenses when you shove them back into the case. 2) The manual range of display brightness is great, but the "Auto" setting is too dim in medium light settings. 3) As someone else mentioned the two sides are each VERY color tinted, the right side is a very blue/green and feels like looking through an RMR and the other side is a yellow/orange. My guess is the blue/green is for the display, and they are doing yellow/red on the other side to balance it out because you don't notice it looking through it with both eyes. The downside I'd bet is that to hurt low light performance.
Date published: 2019-12-11
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