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Thread: Range Finder Advice

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    For the price, I’ve been very happy with my Sig Kilo2000 as well. I’ve also got quite a bit of time behind a Leica and was never overly impressed with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertTheTexan View Post
    Vortex range finders are great ranger finders but none of their offerings are going to give you a 2500m read.
    What RPR are you looking at with that kind of range?
    Yeah I haven't seen anything on Vortex like that, and based on everybody's opinions in this thread, it looks like I'll be going with a Sig K2000 or 2200. Part of the learning experience for me has also been about the distance itself, and really 2500 meters was a nice round number in my head to start with, with no real basis in application. It's obvious to me now that if I'm in a position to reach out that far, I'll know a whole lot more about things, and I have no need for that kind of power at the moment.

    Thanks for all the input, this thread has been very helpful.

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    What about the new Nikon's with the anti-vibration tech that helps you hold it study wwhile lasing longer ranges?

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    For years I had a Leica 1600. I lost it. I replaced it with the Sig 2200. About a month after getting it I got out my favorite hunting coat.....something heavy in the pocket....Leica 1600....So, I took both out to the field for a couple of weeks and honestly, they returned the exact same readings across a wide spectrum of targets and light conditions. Sold my Leica on Ebay. To me, electronics are a consumable item, you can't realistically expect them to last forever so the newer unit was better to me even if identical in ability.
    "When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own house, his possessions are safe." Luke 11:21

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