Sig Sauer Kilo10K rangefinding binoculars and wind meter

Sig Sauer Kilo10K rangefinding binoculars


Sig Sauer recently introduced its new Kilo10K-ABS HD binoculars with rangefinding capability. Available in 10x42mm, they offer a maximum reflective range of 10,000 yards — over 9km — and include Applied Ballistics Elite (BDX Elite) software along with environmental sensors and digital compass.

The new Kilo10K has Bluetooth for connecting to external devices, particularly useful when shooting with BDX-enabled sights.

The Gen II LightWave DSP engine features new target modes: Extended Range (XR), Fog mode, along with first, best and last target.

Incorporating the first active-matrix OLED display, these new Sig Sauer binoculars will provide all the relevant ballistic information such as range to target, elevation holdover, wind hold, bullet energy on target and bullet velocity at target distance.

Knowing a bullet’s remaining energy and velocity when it reaches its target is particularly relevant to ensuring you make humane kills at long ranges, where it’s not just about making an accurate hit but delivering a fatal blow.

The Kilo10K’s rangefinder is also integrated with BaseMap to provide remote waypoints on ranged targets and it can be fully configured with the Sig Sauer BDX app.

The Kilo10K comes with a multicam chest harness and WeatherFlow Bluetooth wind meter.

Ask to see these new binoculars at your local gun shop or visit the OSA Australia website for more information.

 

 

 


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Tony Pizzata

Tony's hunting career spans more than 50 years, from small game here in Australia through to big-game hunts around the globe. His first article was published in Sporting Shooter magazine almost 40 years, and he has worked full-time here as National Sales Manager and Field Editor for over 35 years. Tony's contribution to Sporting Shooter's solid foundations spans its printed history as well as its move to a digital future.

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