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Kestrel 5700 Ballistic Weather Meter with LiNK 0857BLTAN

SKU 0857BLTAN-Kestrel

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Know where your bullet will hit before your pull the trigger. The Kestrel 5700 Ballistic Weather Meter measures all the important variables to calculate an accurate aim point for long-range shooting. This all-in-one compact tool combines onsite environmental measurements with a powerful ballistics calculator to deliver precise elevation and windage solution for any gun, round, or shot. Trust to Kestrel 5700 to put you in the right position every time.


  • Easy Mode walks you through a simple step-by-step guide to using your Kestrel so you can learn faster and start shooting long range with confidence.
  • Muzzle Velocity Calibration Guide allows for accurate measurement of bullet speed without a chronograph to improve accuracy.
  • Environmental Capture measures and adjusts for actual conditions wherever you are and automatically updates the ballistic solution - eliminating the need to re-zero when moving to a different altitude.
  • Weather mode offers all the environmental measurements, storage, and charting capabilities of the Kestrel 5500 Weather Meter, including wind speed, direction, crosswind, temperature, humidity, pressure, and altitude.
  • Large, hi-resolution, hi-contrast, graphic display is perfectly readable in the brightest sunlight. Includes both bright white and night-vision-preserving red backlight. Easy to read.
  • Protective pouch, neck lanyard and Lithium AA battery included.
  • 5-year warranty.


  • Item ConditionNew
  • Product TypeWeather Meter
  • UPC730650003761
  • MPN0857BLTAN

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
February 22, 2022

The Kestrel 5700 is an amazing piece of equipment. The other day I was at the range and the wind was blowing really strongly. Paper was being ripped off of the cardboard backers and some shooters were having a hard time making hits even out to the 300 yard line. One guy said, "I wonder how hard the wind is blowing today." That's when I pulled out my Kestrel, powered it on, flipped open the wind cover and measured 10 mile per hour steady winds with 25 mph gusts blowing at approximately a 45° angle to our line of fire. I then preceded to make hits out at 500 yards on a 6 inch plate. It really is a great piece of gear.

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