New for 2019, Sig Sauer has released a new BDX rangefinder. They’re calling this unit the Electro-Optics KILO 3000. Rangefinder binoculars are very handy for the field, as they eliminate the need for two devices at your hip. We are excited to test the new KILO 3000 BDX system from SIG, as their optics department only continues to grow.
If you’re considering purchasing the new KILO 3000 BDX rangefinder binoculars, you’ll need a Sierra 3 BDX riflescope to ensure they work properly. When paired through their app, this shooting system is one of the most technologically advanced that exists.
We highly recommend the Sierra 3 BDX scope, theKILO 3000 binocular system is designed to work seamlessly together with it.
SIG Sauer Electro-Optics KILO 3000 BDX Rangefinder Binocular Review
The KILO 3000 rangefinder binoculars are the result of SIG Sauer taking their BDX technology and putting it inside a pair of binoculars. Since coming up with their BDX system, designed to have their rangefinders communicate with the rifle scope, SIG Sauer has elevated their platform to the KILO 3000, an all in one system for rangefinder binoculars. The KILO 3000 can be used to identify both targets and game, of course. When you’ve located either, the marksman uses it’s built in rangefinding capabilities to zero in and get the exact distance to the desired target. Prior to use, it’s imperative that you’ve paired your optics system with the KILO 3000 binoculars. When paired, your binoculars will calculate a bright holdover in the optics reticle.
All of these capabilities are included in the SIG Sauer Kilo3000BDX laser rangefinder binoculars without weighing it down or expanding its size beyond standard field binoculars used by generations of hunters and shooters.
KILO 3000 Rangefinder Binocular Specs
- Can get reflective targets up to 5,000 yards
- Deer and elk, 2,000 yards
- Update with BDX app if using SIG scope
- High definition glass
- Color: OD green
- Magnification: 10X
- Objective size: 42mm
- Powered by CR2 battery
KILO 3000 BDX Rangefinder Binocular: Worth The Money?
In our opinion, absolutely. When paired with a BDX compatible scope, of course. These rangefinder binoculars aren’t cheap, but saving money by combining both and sacrificing the weight of one makes it well worth the price you’ll pay.