Solutions for Long Distance using the Sig Kilo 2400 ABS or others?

mmcguckin1

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    Those of you with the Sig Kilo 2400ABS, do you still find any merit in having a Kestrel or what are you using for wind speed if not? Or if you don't mid please share your set-up for Distance, wind and solutions?
     

    BiggBeans

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    dont have a 2400abs. but i do have the sig 3000bdx binos linked to my kestrel. and i love it. works great when out hunting coyotes at long range.
     

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    dont have a 2400abs. but i do have the sig 3000bdx binos linked to my kestrel. and i love it. works great when out hunting coyotes at long range.
    That sounds like a solid set up. Im going binos, range finder, kestrel, dope. The coyotes have already had two more kids by the time I'm ready
     

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    I run zeiss victory rf 10x42 which have ballistics built, drop no wind. Have a kestrel for wind. Without a true wind meter(kestrel or equivalent) giving you data, you never know. I'd love to streamline down to one lrf and no more tools, but kestrel is essential for wind data. I mean there are adapters that go into headphone jack on ur phone, gives wind, then you input in the solver on your phone. But you're still utilizing 2 pieces of kit.
     
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    Appreciate everyone's input, pretty sure I've made my mind up and I'm going with a Kestrel Elite and a Leica CRF 3500.com Rangemaster.