SIG Sauer Kilo3000BDX Laser Range Finding Monocular, 10x42mm SOK31001
SIG Sauer Kilo3000BDX Laser Range Finding Binocular, 10x42mm SOK31001
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SKU SOK31001-SIG
$1,199.99
$999.99

Specifications

  • Item ConditionNew
  • Weight:31 oz.
  • Dimensions:Length: 5.75"
    Width: 5"
    Height: 2.5"
  • Eye Relief:18mm
  • Field of View:320 feet at 1000 yards
  • Angular Field of View6.1°
  • Range:Up to 2000 yds (deer)
    Up to 4000 yds (trees)
    Up to 5,000 yds (reflective)
  • Close Focus Range:20ft
  • Objective Diameter42mm
  • LaserClass 1M
  • Angle CompensationAngle Modified Range
  • Measuring Time~.25 seconds
  • Measurement UnitsYards/Meters
  • Beam Divergence1.5x0.6 MRAD
  • Battery Type(1) CR2
  • Product TypeRangefinding Binocular
  • UPC798681588183
  • MPNSOK31001

Description

Featuring Sig Sauer’s BDX technology, the KILO3000 BDX is the world’s most advanced laser rangefinder. When paired with a SIERRA3BDX riflescope, the onboard Applied Ballistics Ultralite calculator sends ballistic drop data via Bluetooth directly to the SIERRA3BDX’s BDX-R1 reticle, providing an illuminated holdover dot and wind hold. Download the free BDX App for iOS or Android to setup ballistic profiles and synchronize custom profiles to your KILO for exact ballistic solutions.

Sig Sauer BDX is the newest in electro-optics technology. BDX or Ballistic Data Xchange technology is found in the new Sierra3BDX and Sierra6BDX riflescopes and KiloBDX rangefinders. To get the most out of your BDX products you can also download the SIG SAUER BDX app on Android and Apple devices and receive information via Bluetooth. The BDX allows for both accuracy and simplicity.

About Sig Sauer

From humble beginnings as a wagon to factory to one of the world’s largest firearms, optics, and ammunition manufacturers; the history of Sig Sauer is rich in innovation and achievement. After winning a contract from the Swiss government in 1864 for their Prelz-Burnand muzzleloading rifles, the Swiss Wagon Factory change its name to Schweizerische Industrie-Gesellschaf, the Swiss Industrial Company, better known as SIG. In 1949 SIG developed the SIG P49, the predecessor to the P210 and continued developing small arms for the Swiss military and police.

Since then the company has changed its name, acquired other firearm manufacturers, and crossed the Atlantic—setting up headquarters in New Hampshire. However, what hasn’t changed is the innovative spirit that has driven SIG SAUER to develop firearms like the SIG516 rifle, MCX rifle, P320 pistol, and P226 pistol. With clients like the Texas Rangers, United States Secret Service, Navy Seals, and dozens of local law enforcement agencies nationwide; SIG SAUER is there When It Counts.